Our Lawn Care Program involves first inspecting your lawn. This evaluation will determine its current condition and what, if any, steps might be needed to reach its potential.
Our goal: give you the lawn you want at the lowest cost with the best environmental outcome.
Stimulates green color with fertilizer, organic matter and crabgrass preventer. Broadleaf weed control is used selectively if needed.
Your lawn is fed to keep it lush without stimulating excess growth. A second crabgrass protector plus broadleaf weed and insect controls are applied.
Fertilizer and organic matter are applied to keep your lawn green in warmer weather. Weeds are controlled and your lawn is inspected for insect and disease activity.
Fertilizer with organic matter is applied to keep your grass healthy through late summer. Monitor and treat grassy and broadleaf weeds, inspect for insect and disease activity. Report to you issues with mowing, watering.
Heavier feeding with organic matter to stimulate top growth and root growth in this important part of the season. Broadleaf and grassy weeds are treated as needed.
This is the heaviest feeding of the season to keep your lawn greener later in the season. It prepares your lawn for dormancy and early spring green up.
This is a common lawn care question. It would be nice if our lawns could be fertilized once and done, just like it would be nice if they didn't have to be cut so many times during the season. In the real world, your lawn provides a growing, natural environment for your home, a safe place for your family, and a place where children and pets can play.
Your lawn also is a great friend of the environment. A thick healthy lawn reduces not only air pollutants, but also reduces soil runoff from entering our watershed. A recent study by the University of Florida showed that a healthy lawn also effectively filters water before it enters important underground aquifers.
To be effective, grass needs regular fertilization. Grass should regularly receive appropriate levels of the right nutrients — not too little and not too much.
Healthy soils turn natural elements into a soluble solution easily absorbed by turfgrass roots. Once absorbed the turfgrass can then turn sunlight into food and the grass grows in a natural, steady rate, not too face, and not too slow. Over time, those elements will be depleted and the health of the grass declines, causing it to thin out providing the right environment for lawn weed seeds to take hold. To avoid this fertilizer is added to the soil where tiny microbes digest these elements into a solution that can then be absorbed by the plant, and the process can continue, in a natural way with plenty of benefits.
Hi, I'm Don Zerby and I've been helping people have soft, thick grass since I was 13. That's longer than most of my competitors have even been around!
You can expect individual advice, help and suggestions on improving your property at no extra charge, with our service. Customers often report how our service is 'above and beyond' what they were expecting. Have a question? Your call will be returned promptly and you can expect an expert answer!