Optional Lawn Care Services

Grub Control
This is a curative application that is applied after a grub problem is detected. Grub problems can be difficult to detect in the early stages due to the grubs developing beneath the top soil and hidden from sight. Therefore sporadic grub damage is likely to occur. If you have a grub problem, damage will likely occur during the months of April or late July and September.

Grub Proofing
This is a preventative application and is 100% guaranteed effective for the entire season. It is applied in the late spring, preventing grub damage throughout their active cycle. This active cycle occurs during the fall and following spring.

Slice Seeding
A mechanical seeding process which involves the slicing and detaching of a damaged lawn area and the application of seed into the layer of cultivated topsoil. This process eliminates the need for total renovation such as new topsoil and grading. Slice seeding does not disturb the existing lawn areas and is often much more affordable than conventional renovation.

Core Aeration
This process involves the mechanical removal of small cores of soil in your lawn to allow air circulation and more moisture and fertilizer access to the turf root zone. Aeration also reduces soil compaction and disease activity to help create healthier roots and a thicker, lush lawn.

Shrub Bed Weed Control
Applied to your shrub bed areas during the spring/summer seasons, these applications greatly minimize the event of weed infestation in bed areas. Control measures are customized to each property. It is important to note that a healthy application of mulch to your bed areas works well in cooperation with this application to diminish weed problems.

Tree and Shrub Fertilization
Designed to enhance and protect your landscape, our standard 5 step program combines fertilization with insect/disease control to keep your trees and shrubs thriving. Click here for more information.

Pellitized Lime
This helps maintain a proper soil PH level. Lime reduces the acidic levels in your soil allowing better turf growth and improving the response from fertilization applications. Lime also contributes to natural thatch breakdown and decreases the incidents of some turf diseases and weeds. Lime treatments are normally applied during the late spring or fall season.

Mosquito, Flea, and Tick Control
Kills existing pests, repels active ones, and smothers larvae. Click here for more information.