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Lawn Care FAQ

  • What are grubs and should my lawn be treated every year?
    • Grubs are a lawn damaging insect. They create problems in our lawns by eating at the root system. Customers often think it is a watering issue. A preventative treatment done each year will protect your lawn and stop grubs before they can cause damage.
  • When is the best time to water my lawn?
    • Lawns should be watered in the early morning between 3 to 9am. The water will then soak in but begin to dry as the sun comes up. This helps prevent disease in your lawn.
  • How long after a lawn treatment is it safe to walk on my lawn?
    • Depending on weather conditions the average drying time is between 1-3 hours.
  • How does aeration improve my lawn?
    • Aerations breaks down soil compactions and allows water to absorb more affectively into the soil. Lawn aeration also stimulates root growth and increases the drought tolerence of your lawn. We recommend aerating your lawn once a year.
  • What are your guarantees?
    • We guarantee our work 100%. Just give us a call and we will help you with any concerns that you have.
  • What can I do to fix poor soil?
    • Poor soil is one of the biggest problems we see! Without enough nutrients it makes it difficult for grass or plants to thrive. We use granular and liquid organic products to help fix your soil. The products we use are high in organic matter, humic acid, trace nutrients, minerals, carbon, and organic NPK. Another helpful tip is to mulch your grass clippings. As the clippings decompose they will turn into organic matter and improve your soil. Our technicians are happy to provide soil testing to find the best treatment for your lawn.
  • Can I mow my lawn the same day a treatment was done?
    • Follow the instructions left by our lawn technician. You can mow 24-48 hours after application.
  • What height should I mow my lawn?
    • Early Spring mowing height 1.75 inches to 2.25 inches (Cool Temps 50 to 75 degrees)
      Summer mowing height 2.25 inches to 3 inches (Warm Temps 75 to 100 degrees)
      Fall mowing height 1.75 inches to 2.25 inches (Cool Temps 50 to 75 degrees)