Baby it’s cold outside!!!! So let’s think about SPRING instead!!! Are you thinking about a project for next year? Looking to make some changes with your lawn care service? Now is a great time to give us a call 330-454-8525 or an e-mail email@example.com or visit our website lawnworks.org to get set up now for an estimate come spring time. Believe it or not, lots of people are already doing this and it’s a great time to take action as when spring hits we are insanely busy with estimates. Why not be one of the first in line?!?!?!?!?
Let your lawn breathe and give Lawnworks a call 330-454-8525 to schedule leaf clean up as soon as possibly next week!! Or shoot us an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Now is also the time for fall cutdowns, things like Hosta, Ornimental Grass, etc. We can take of of leaves and cut downs for you in one trip!!!!
It’s time to start thinking about leaf clean up. As the leaves fall you do not want to leave them lay on the grass over winter, as they will smother your lawn. But you don’t want to clean up the leaves? Then give Lawnworks a call, our professional crews can have them cleaned up and out of your way in no time!! 330-454-8525 or send us an e-mail email@example.com
Is your lawn stressed from the drought over the summer? Do you want to give your lawn a jump start for next year? This is the perfect time for lawn aeration, over seed and starter fertilizer. Lawn aeration removes plugs of the lawn so you can get more oxygen, water and nutrients to the roots, allowing for much stronger rooting, during that time is perfect for over seeding and starter fertilizer. With all the rain lately it helps so you don’t have to use extra water for the new seed and the warmer days help the seed to germinate. These items will give your lawn a jump start to looking good for next year!! Give us a call today for pricing and to schedule 330-454-8525 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Estimate season and Spring are coming!!!! Call 330-454-8525 or e-mail email@example.com now to get a head start on your upcoming project or lawn maintenance!! You can also contact us directly from our website Lawnworks.org
With the warmer weather we have had this year (Thank You Mother Nature!!!) there is still time to give us a call for leaf clean up or other lawn projects. You definitely want as many of those pesky leaves off your lawn as possible before the snow does fly!! Just call Lawnworks and we will get a crew to you as quick as possible. 330-454-8525
Common mistakes made during dry hot months is cutting your lawn to short. When the weather is dry an hot with no rain you should cut your grass at a higher length. When you cut at a higher length this will allow your lawn to have a fresh cut and will make for a healthier thicker lawn and will help prevent weed growth. Another way to keep your lawn healthy is to mulch the grass instead of bagging it. When you mulch the grass it puts all the nutrients back into the lawn as bagging the grass clipping deprives the lawn of the nutrients. Leaving the left over grass clippings will also create a thatch layer that will help hold the moisture, protect the roots from the beating sun, and help shade the soil. During dry months you should also make sure your lawn receives at least an inch of water per week. Let us help you keep your lawn maintained give us a call @ (330) 454-8525
During the summer when temperatures start to reach 80 degrees and above lawn growth will slow down and color will start to fade, your lawn should receive at least one inch of water per week or more when the heat is severe in and there is little rain. You will want to water early in the day to prevent evaporation and fungal growth. Drought stressed lawns are more susceptible to insect infestations and fungal disease and you will start to notice more signs of wear and tear on your lawn through the summer months, as they are less able to recover from stress and traffic on them. June through August is the best time to apply summer fertilizer because they grow steadily through these months and it will protect and strengthen them. To let us help you get your lawn fertilized and healthy contact us at (330) 454-8525
What Are Lawn Grubs?
Lawn Grubs are also called white grubs, they are the immature form of beetles. They are C shaped with white soft bodies and have brown heads with legs on them. They will eventually turn to adult beetles and emerge from the soil to mate and lay eggs which will hatch into more grubs.These lawn grubs feed on the grass and lawn roots along with the organic matter in the soil which kills your lawn.
How to Detect and Treat them
Different ways to to detect lawn grubs are, you will start to notice brown patches in your lawn, your turf will start to feel spongy, or birds, skunks, and raccoon’s will start tearing up your lawn (they eat grubs). You can also check by digging up a piece of you lawn that is 1ft square and 2-4 inches deep. If you have grubs you will be able to see them in the soil feeding.
It is best to treat for grubs in the mid to late summer, this is when the newly hatched grubs are feeding and are most susceptible to pesticides. Our preventative pesticide will kill the grubs present at the time of treatment along with those that hatch during the season. Don’t let Grubs take over your lawn let us prevent and get rid of them. For pricing or any questions call our office at (330) 454-8525.