Fertilization + Crabgrass Prevention
An application of complete balance granular fertilizer and Crabgrass prevention to your lawn. Broadleaf weed control as needed (weather permitting)
An application of broadleaf weed control to control spring weeds and fertilizer to promote green up and recovery from winter.
An application of controlled release fertilizer and broadleaf weed control. Perform an inspection of the lawn for insect or disease activity.
An application of fertilizer and weed control. Designed to increase disease resistance and drought tolerance. Monitor for surface feeding insects and lawn diseases.
An application of controlled release granular fertilizer and weed control.
An application of pelletized Dolomitic limestone designed to maintain soil pH and enhance nutrient uptake. Cool season weed control.
Our premium lawn care program featuring eight treatments.
This Grass Canvas program offers all the benefits of the "Custom Care" program listed above PLUS...
An application of Grub Control that will protect the lawn against turf damaging grubs for a full season. Could help against moles.
Core aerification relieves soil compaction and helps control thatch build-up. This procedure greatly improves the flow of air, water and fertilizer into the root zone. This important service significantly aids in developing, and maintaining a thick, green lawn.
Lawn aeration whereby a machine mechanically removes plugs or "cores" of soil and thatch from a lawn reducing soil compaction, creating a channel through which oxygen, water, and nutrients can penetrate the soil.
We use Grub Control for season-long protection. Grub control is applied to prevent damage to the grass roots from damaging larva which allows for a stronger root base.
Having a lawn that's free of Ticks, Fleas and other annoying pests is one of the best ways to live more life outside.
Choose from Tall Fescue, Bermuda and Zoysia grass.
Lawn diseases and fungi can progress on a yard quickly, starting out as yellow, tan or brown spots in your yard before degrading into something worse, potentially even killing your turfgrass if there is no intervention.