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24 Jul

Summer Lawn Care Tips: Keeping Your Lawn Lush and Green

Hey there, lawn enthusiasts! Summer is here, and with it comes some of the hottest and driest days of the...

10 Jun

Protecting Your Lawn and Home from Fleas and Ticks: Essential Lawn Care Tips

As the warm weather arrives, so does the increased activity of fleas and ticks. These pests can not only harm...

a clump of crabgrass in the yard
22 Apr

How to Kill Crabgrass & Prevent It From Growing Back

Crabgrass — the bane of every homeowner's existence. This annual grassy weed sprouts relentlessly in warm weather, stealing precious nutrients...

16 Apr

How Often Should You Aerate Your Lawn?

Does your lawn look patchy or generally unhealthy even if you try to keep up with its fertilization and water...

09 Apr

DIY vs. Professional Lawn Pest Control: Which One Is Better for Your Yard This Spring?

You worked hard to maintain a lush, green lawn, and now you want to be able to enjoy the fruits...

18 Mar

When Is the Best Time to Spray for Weeds?

There's a timeless saying that goes: "A stitch in time saves nine." It couldn't be more applicable than when it...

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, every product we use has been EPA approved. We follow the label on every product we use to ensure the safest results possible.

No, we do not require anyone to be home during applications. Are technicians will leave the invoice on your door with instructions and advice. They will also leave a flag in the yard visibly showing an application has been made.

That depends, dry fertilizer and many of our other products need to be watered in so technically speaking rain is the best thing for that. Our weed control does contain a biding agent to help stick even in the rain. If we get a heavy rain immediately after an application is made there is a possibility some of the product may wash off. The best thing to do is wait 10-15 days and if you don’t see results, we recommend calling into our office.

The best time to fertilize is in the spring and fall when turf is actively growing. We also apply a winterizer that needs to be applied once grass begins to go dormant. Ideally this is November into early December.

We have multiple ways to pay. You can pay by sending your invoice in with a check, cash, or card number. You can also call our office and they will gladly help you with the process, or you can create an account inside our customer portal and pay online. 


Learning Center

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Control of Summer Annual Grass Weeds in Turfgrasses
The Impact of Mowing on Weed Pressure
Weed Identification

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