- Subscribe to Premium Service Lawn Care Package and receive a complimentary Power Rake, Vacuum and Aeration
2. Power Rake, Vacuum and Aeration
3. Aeration and one fertilizer application
Lawn Care Packages
$800 for the season (monthly payment plan of $160/month)
Includes trim grass edges, cut lawn areas once per week during the season plus:
- 3 fertilizer applications spread throughout the season
- 2 weed control applications on lawn areas spread throughout the season
$650 for the season (monthly payment plan of $130/month)
Includes trim grass edges, cut lawn areas once per week during the season
Cutting season is May 3rd - Sept 26th (21 weeks)
Power Rake & Vacuum
Weed control Application
Healthy Roots = Healthy Green Lawn = Beautiful Property
Over time, lawns can begin to deteriorate for many reasons. Insect damage, weed infestation, drought and traffic can all cause lawns to suffer. Many homeowners believe the only solution is to replace the existing turf with new sod. The effort and cost associated with lawn replacement is in many cases, prohibitive, but fortunately there is another alternative. With a few basic lawn restoration techniques, use of fertilizer, grass seed and proper watering a lawn can be restored to its original condition.
A beautiful lawn adds to curb appeal and increases property value.
Over-Seed to Crowd out Weeds
- Over-seeding is a process where grass seed is applied over existing grass in order to fill in bare patches and create a thicker lush lawn. This can be done using a broadcast spreader or a machine called a slit seeder (picture above). The slit seeder makes small slices into the turf and deposits grass seeds into the slits thereby improving seed to soil contact which is essential for seed germination.
- A thick healthy lawn will choke out weeds and minimize the need for herbicide treatments.
Lawn Over-seeding – Prices vary depending on size of the property and area to be seeded. Please contact us for a quote.
Lawn aeration involves the removal of small soil plugs or cores from the lawn. This is done mechanically with a specific machine which is equipped with hollow tines mounted on a disk or drum. Known as a core aerator, it extracts 1/2 to 3/4 inch diameter cores of soil and deposits them on your lawn. Aeration holes are typically 1-3 inches deep and 2-6 inches apart. Core aeration is a recommended lawn care practice on compacted, heavily used turf and to control thatch buildup.
- Reduce soil compaction
- Penetrating heavy thatch
- Allows water and nutrients to more efficiently reach roots
- Enhance root growth
- Enrich soil surface
- Decreasing water run-off