Determine what your lawn needs with our FREE analysis
Our lawn care professionals know what it takes to make a lawn healthy. If your lawn is experiencing issues with common broadleaf weeds, discoloration, patches, or difficult to treat weeds contact us and we will analyze your lawn to determine the best treatment plan to get it back in shape.
Why Get a FREE analysis?
Before a lawn can be properly treated it needs to be inspected and analyzed. We will inspect various aspects of your lawn to come up with a plan to get it back to proper health with a greener and weed free appearance. Here are some aspects we will check for.
- What type of grass do you have? In our part of the country most laws consist of several types of grass; typically Kentucky Bluegrass, Fescue, and Rye Grass.
- How thick is your lawn? The denser you lawn grows the better. This discourages the growth of weeds and crabgrass.
- How green is your lawn? The color of your lawn says a lot about how healthy it is.
- How much thatch is in your lawn? This is the layer of grass and leaves that have built up just above the soil. If the thatch gets to thick it will affect how nutrients (fertilizer) get into the soil and can enhance the growth of diseases and insect issues.
- Does your lawn have any diseases? There are a number of lawn diseases that can affect the healthy and condition of your lawn. These need to be controlled in order to keep your lawn healthy and to prevent them from spreading.
- What type of soil do you have? Knowing the type and condition of the soil in your lawn will determine what needs to be done to grow a healthy lawn. Soil can also be compacted which deters from growing a healthy lawn.
- Does your lawn have weeds? Weeds certainly do cause a problem in a lawn and need to be taken care of or they will continue to dominate your lawn. Some can be very difficult to control. So if you let them go they will choke out your lawn. We can control those weeds to keep your lawn growing healthy. We can make sure this doesn't happen.
- How are you cutting your lawn? The typical homeowner doesn't realize the importance of mowing their lawn correctly. Cutting at the correct height or not at the right time can promote weed, disease and crabgrass growth.
- Does your lawn have insects? Insects will always be in your lawn but are they good insects or bad insects for your lawn? We take a look to see if your lawn has insects that are damaging it and suggest the best way to prevent or control them.
- How much shade does your lawn have? The amount of sunlight that your lawn gets will play an important role in how well your lawn grows. It's one of the key components.
- How much water does your lawn get? The amount of water your lawn gets is a key component of how well it grows. Setting the wrong watering schedule can cause a number of disease and weed problems.