For your lawn to be its best requires an ongoing balanced diet of nutrients. Because many of the elements required to sustain a beautiful lawn are soluble, they get used up and must be replenished. That’s why regular grass fertilization is necessary to maintaining a healthy lawn.
You can’t just buy a random bag of fertilizer at the store and expect to get amazing results. That would be essentially taking a shot in the dark, since you have no idea what state the soil is in and what the grass needs. Each bag of fertilizer comes with three numbers printed on it. They represent the percentage of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium in the mix. Some sources are “slow” release, others “quick” release, and then there are micro-nutrients.
If selecting an optimal fertilizer for your lawn sounds technical, it is. We have the expertise to know exactly what your grass needs to grow healthy and strong, plus we have the skills to apply the fertilizer appropriately. You'll love the results.
Examples of problem weeds in this area include:
Grubs literally make a snack out of your lawn’s roots. They can kill entire sections of grass, making them a considerable problem. You should know these tiny, white creatures that look like short worms are actually the damaging larvae stage of several beetles, weevils and moths. Failing to kill off a significant grub population in your lawn’s soil will only lead to continued damage this season and next.
We apply preventive products to control damaging insects, before you even notice a problem. And take appropriate action to get the situation under control, so your lawn rebounds.
6 Inspections from a Licensed Technician
You’re not a lawn expert, but you do know when something doesn’t look right. We provide 6 inspections by one of our licensed technicians as part of the lawn care program. They can and will identify problems early, so we take corrective action before a problem gets out of hand. All this is included in our lawn care program.