Lawn Care Tips

Keep Your Mower Blades Sharp

A grass leaf that is torn or shredded with a dull blade, allows up to 4 times the amount of water to be released from the plant.

Water Your Lawn Efficiently

Your lawn should get around an inch of water every week. You don’t have to water your lawn every day. In fact, it’s best to┬áskip a day in between waterings.

Watch For Pests

Lawn pests such as Chinch bugs can destroy your lawn quickly. Know how to spot for dangerous insects that may be lurking in your lawn. How To Spot Common Lawn Pests

Aerate Twice A Year

Aerating in the spring and fall allows for your lawn to absorb the maximum amount of nutrients.

Fertilize Often

A healthy lawn requires that your lawn has an adequate amount of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. The best way to feed your lawn those nutrients is a summer fertilization program from a lawn care specialist.