Lawn Maintenance

A-Z Landscaping LLC , will work with you to assess your lawn’s needs and develop a lawn maintenance program that will keep it looking healthy and beautiful.

Lawn maintenance programs require a 12-month contract with us. The contract will specify the services to be performed and ensure priority scheduling.

Our lawn maintenance programs consist of the following services:

* Mowing
* Edging
* Fertilization
* Weed Control

Lawn Treatment Schedule:

* March: Crab Grass Pre-emergent; fertilizer
* May: Fertilizer
* June: Broadleaf weed control plus fertilizer; grub control
* August: Low nitrogen / high iron fertilizer
* September: Core aeration, overseeding, fertilizer
* November: Fertilizer
* December: Winterize

Other Available Services:

* Core Aeration
* Dethatching
* Overseeding
* Weeding
* Shrubbery Trimming

Contact A-Z Landscaping LLC to “Request an Estimate ” now to schedule a Lawn Maintenance Contract for your home!!!!

5 Responses to Lawn Maintenance

  1. Julie Sidwell says:

    My yard has no grass except for some areas. There are splotches of grass and dirt on one side of my yard. The dirt is very dry and I’m thinking about aerating it. I have a bunch of weeds not really grass. I have three big pine trees in my yard and I heard these came be acidic for other plants. I have no I idea how to make a beutiful green yard with all this.

    • MoneyMan says:

      One more thing to check out would be to look for chinch bugs. They can damage your lawn and it would look similar to what you described..

  2. MoneyMan says:

    Aerating it is always a good place to start. It will stimulate the grass roots and cause them to thicken in. On a normal lawn you would then put down a fertilizer. However because you said you have multiple pine trees in your yard you should go to your local Department of Agriculture and obtain a soil kit to have your soil tested. They can then tell you exactly what type fertilizer or lime to put down.

    After establishing a good lawn you should be on a routine lawn treatment schedule..

    See the schedule above.

  3. Chuck Gordner says:

    Here is a folow up on aeration:

    Question: When is the best time to aerate my lawn? Should I aerate my lawn in the spring?
    Spring is not the ideal time to aerate the lawn, but circumstances may require it.
    Answer:
    Spring aerating is usually discouraged because the aeration holes provide a perfect spot for weed seeds to germinate. Weeds seeds (especially crabgrass) are the first seeds to germinate in the spring, aerating the lawn just stirs them up and gives them an ideal home.
    Late spring aerating may be beneficial if the thatch in the lawn is excessive (over 1″), the ground is extremely compacted, or there is excessively thin turf. Later in the spring is best, when weeds have established but before they flower and go to seed (around Memorial Day).
    The best time to aerate is in the fall, when the temperatures have cooled off, the weed pressure is minimal, and grass is actively growing.
    Aerating is primarily done to relieve compaction and reduce thatch. If spring overseeding is the goal, slice seeding can be done or seed can be sown and topdressed to provide adequate germination conditions.

  4. Chuck Gordner says:

    When to fertilize a lawn.

    April: crabgrass controler

    May – June: Weed & feed

    July- August: Weed control

    September – October: Weed & feed

    November: Weed control plus for winter

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