Unsure about how to properly maintain your yard as the season changes?Did you know that fall is the most important season for fertilization?The summer heat can be brutal on your lawn, but cooler temperatures in the fall allow your yards to recuperate. It’s important to fertilize in the fall for a few reasons:Root growth during the fall means a healthier lawn in the springYour grass will gro...Read More!
Do you wish your lawn was as green and lush as a golf course?Have you tried everything to get rid of unsightly brown patches, or spots that don’t look right?There are so many lawn issues that may appear from time to time in your yard. If you’re tired of playing the guessing game with identifying your turf issue and choosing the right treatment plan, we can help.Here are some of the ma...Read More!
We’ve had a hot start to summer in Michigan, with temps reaching near 90 degrees as early as mid-May! When the dog days of summer arrive, it’s important to recognize the signs of heat stress on your lawn.Proper watering is critical to maintaining the health of your lawn throughout the summer!When to water: For most of the year, your lawn gets enough water from rain. But during unusual...Read More!
Are broadleaf weeds taking over your yard?Are you tired of spending countless hours weeding every spring and summer?Broadleaf weeds can jeopardize the health of your lawn by soaking up nutrients that would otherwise keep your grass healthy.Common broadleaf weeds like dandelions are tough to get rid of. Our broadleaf weed control program can help!Mowing height: While short grass may have the crisp...Read More!
How often should you fertilize? When?What type of fertilizer do you need?Every spring, home and garden stores are full of folks trying to answer these same questions. Unfortunately, fertilizing your own lawn requires specialized equipment as well as specific knowledge of your lawn’s pH level and grass type (or types.) If you don’t have a specialized spreader or pH kit handy, you ...Read More!
Spring is almost here, which means more time outdoors enjoying cookouts, games and other fair-weather activities.But before you can revel in all your yard has to offer this season, it’ll need to be whipped into shape after the dormant winter months.Here’s our spring lawn care checklist:Tune up your lawn mower: After sitting idle in your garage or tool shed all winter, your mower will ...Read More!
In Michigan, spring can be a volatile time! We can go from a warm sunny day to a snowy, cold day, so how do you know when to get outside and start taking care of your lawn?After a long winter, it can be tempting to start fertilizing and prepping your lawn for spring at the first sign of snowmelt, but patience is a virtue.Here’s why you should hold off on lawn fertilization until later in Ap...Read More!
Like many of us in the Midwest, you’ve probably already put away the lawn mower and gotten out the snow shovel for the winter.Do you really know the right way to take care of your lawn during the winter?With no more mowing or weeding, winter is a period of rest from traditional lawn maintenance, but there are a few things you can do to make sure your lawn comes back green and lush in the sp...Read More!
Do you know how to maintain your lawn during the winter?Have you prepared your mower for the off-season?With another winter knocking on the door, now is the time to get your lawn ready for the cold and snow.Winter lawn care is unlike lawn care during the rest of the year, but it is still very important to the health of your lawn. Following these helpful tips will have your yard ready to re-emerge...Read More!
Your lawn has served you well all summer. How do you make sure your fall lawn care protects your grass for a beautiful lawn in the spring? Here’s how you know your lawn needs some fall lawn care to make it come back strong next year:Your lawn is looking dry after a long, hot summerYour lawn has thin patches or bare soil showingYour grass is being pushed out by weedsEven if you’ve take...Read More!
Are you wondering what you should be doing to take care of your lawn in the fall?Keeping up with lawn care throughout autumn keeps your grass green and healthy for the rest of the year. It’s essential for maintaining your lawn over the winter! Learn how to maintain your lawn this fall with these tips from one of the top professional lawn care companies in Livingston County!Take care of...Read More!
Is your lawn looking dry or even turning brown in spots?Do you worry you’re not getting enough water into the roots of your grass, or that there’s a deeper issue with your lawn?Catching lawn issues early can save you a lot of time and money. Here are our top lawn issues to keep an eye out for…Water Levels and WeedsSoutheast Michigan has times of rain and drought. If it hasn&rsq...Read More!
When you look at your lawn, what do you see?Do you see bare spots, or signs of grubs and pests?Do you wish your lawn was thicker and greener?There are some easy ways you can amplify your lawn’s health and make sure it stays lush and green, even if you’ve had problems with your grass in the past!Here’s our tips to making sure the lawn is greener on your side of the fence:Are you ...Read More!
Have you noticed signs of grubs in your lawn? Maybe you’ve noticed the grass feels a little spongy, or you’re finding brown patches where the grass was once green. Grubs are a huge problem through the summer in Michigan. When you’re beginning to prep your lawn for warmer weather, there are a few things you can do to make sure grubs won’t be an issue later on.How to Pr...Read More!
Are broadleaf weeds taking over your yard?Are you tired of spending countless hours weeding every spring and summer?Aside from their unsightly appearance, broadleaf weeds can jeopardize the health of your lawn by soaking up nutrients that would otherwise keep your grass healthy.Common broadleaf weeds like dandelions are tough to get rid of. We can help! Our tips for broadleaf weed control:Mowing ...Read More!
Broadleaf weed control is a really important aspect to your lawn care program. Even if you spend hours mowing, weeding, and pruning, you might still run into issues related to weed control. In fact, weed control is the main reason homeowners hire lawn care professionals!In the spring, broadleaf weeds are a main target for fertilization companies. To make sure you get your broadleaf weeds under co...Read More!
Have you ever asked yourself, “how do I find the best lawn care company near me?”If you’ve tried asking friends and neighbors for referrals or searching online and haven’t had any luck, we know how frustrating it can be.With spring on the way, you want to find a lawn care company to treat your lawn for weeds, pests, and grubs to make sure your lawn looks its best.How do yo...Read More!
Did you know that 2020 was one of the worst years for crabgrass Michiganders have seen in a long time?Were you frustrated with the endless weed pulling you did on your lawn?Did you miss the optimal time for weed and crabgrass treatment?Most annual weeds start to grow in the spring. Crabgrass is no exception – this weed thrives on the soil in your lawn warming up and providing a great enviro...Read More!
If you’ve lived in Michigan for years, you know how rough winter weather can be on your lawn. Months of freezing cold and snow can take a toll on your previously green lawn.It may be early in 2021, but it’s never too early to start thinking about spring lawn care!When spring has sprung, make sure you’re prepared with our spring lawn care prep tips:Clean: When the snow melts, pic...Read More!
Has it snowed in your city yet?Are you already dreaming of warmer spring days?As you daydream about sunnier weather, there are some lawn care tasks you can take care of right now to make sure your grass looks its best in the spring.Most lawns suffer from these common issues:Grass is too thinBare spotsUgly brown spotsGrubsOut of control weedsCrabgrassYellow stripesThe best thing to do to tackle tr...Read More!
Do you have a year-round lawn care plan?With how cold and dreary Michigan winters can be, it’s not surprising if it’s the last thing on your mind as fall winds to an end and winter begins.There are some merits to having a full 12-month lawn care schedule, though, especially if you hire a professional or commercial lawn care company to work with you on fertilization and weed control.Ma...Read More!
Did you know that fall is the most important season for fertilization?Do you have questions about fall fertilization? Should you mow first? Wait until after it rains? When is the best time of the day to fertilize?Summer heat can be stressful on our lawns, but the cooler temperatures in fall help the grass regain strength. Fall fertilization is important because:Morning dew on chilly mornings deli...Read More!
Is the lack of rain lately combined with hot temperatures making your grass look dry?Across Michigan, the lack of significant rainfall has resulted in turfgrass stress, or dry lawns that are turning brown. According to the Michigan State University Department of Plant, Soil, and Microbial Sciences, “the vast majority of lawns in Michigan are primarily composed of Kentucky bluegrass.&rd...Read More!
One of the simplest, easiest ways to keep your lawn looking healthy and lush is to maintain fresh cut grass with regular fertilization service. Keeping your lawn looking as good as possible adds to curb appeal and the overall value of your home, but we know that our busy lives often prevent us from spending as much time as we should taking care of our lawns.Hiring a professional lawn care co...Read More!
When it’s finally nice enough weather to sit outside and enjoy your yard, it can be discouraging to see dead patches.What do dead patches mean? Can you get rid of them?You probably ask yourself questions like these every spring and summer. The good news is you can restore the beauty to your lawn with the right methods and materials.Diagnose the CauseBrown spots are not only ugly, but could ...Read More!
Whether you’re fertilizing for the first time or trying to improve on last year’s lawn care, figuring out lawn fertilization can be intimidating.How often should you fertilize? And when?What type of fertilizer do you need? Every spring home and garden stores are full of folks trying to answer these same questions. Unfortunately, fertilizing your own lawn requires specialized equipme...Read More!
Are you tired of spending countless days pulling weeds in spring and summer?Is there a particular weed that wreaks havoc on your lawn no matter what you do to get rid of it?Even the most well-tended lawns can come under attack from common weeds, especially those whose seeds float on the wind. Creeping weeds can also be a problem if you don’t pull them out all the way down to the root.These ...Read More!
Spring has sprung, and with it comes weeds. You hate them, and we hate them too!Sometimes it feels like you do everything to keep them away, but nothing works. We know how frustrating it can be when dandelions and crabgrass come back time and time again.Weeds are a big challenge when you’re trying to grow a healthy, lush, green lawn. They compete with your grass for water, light, soil nutri...Read More!
Keeping a healthy lawn is a year-round project, and fertilizing is a huge component. But when is the best time to fertilize?How much fertilizer do you need?What type of fertilizer is best for your lawn?Many folks aren’t even sure what type of grass they’ve got, much less know how or when to fertilize it. As the temperatures start to warm, it’s time to formulate a lawncare plan. ...Read More!
In Michigan, winters can be harsh. There are strong winds, below freezing temperatures, and (usually) inches upon inches of snow accumulation.You’re normally not thinking of lawn care during the coldest months of the year, but when spring finally comes, there are several things you should do to make sure your lawn looks its best, especially if you notice any bald spots.While the weather may...Read More!
Do you know how to maintain your lawn during the winter?Have you even thought about your grass since the first snow fell?Like many of us in the Midwest, you’ve switched out the lawn mower for a snow shovel.While your lawn may not require as much care in the winter as it does during the other seasons of the year, did you know there are some steps you can take to make sure your lawn is in goo...Read More!