A beautiful lawn is the pride and joy of any homeowner. But for many people, lawn maintenance is anything but a joy. At your local business lawn care, there’s nothing we like more than keeping your lawn healthy and beautiful. Whether your home is inland or at the coast, we have the knowledge and experience to give your lawn exactly what it needs throughout the year. From regular feeding to pest control to aeration, local business lawn care is your source for stress-free lawn care.
Cool Season Grass Care
If you live in the Triangle area, there is a good chance that your lawn is fescue. This grass is very popular because it maintains its lush green appearance year round. It’s also a hardy variety, so it stands up well to disease, insect and weed infestation. We keeps cool season grasses happy and healthy with the following care programs:
Lawn Pest Control
Even well-maintained lawns experience occasional pest problems. We are well-versed in providing fast, effective treatment of some of the most common issues.
Aeration & Overseeding
Over time, all lawns will develop compaction and thatch. Thatch is a layer of living and dead stems, leaves and roots that accumulate between the layer of actively growing grass and the soil underneath. Too much thatch is an ideal breeding ground for disease and insects that can damage your lawn. Compaction occurs naturally over time and with increased activity. What’s the best defence? Core aeration. Using this special machine, we remove plugs of thatch and soil relieving compaction letting oxygen and nutrients easily reach the root zone. Annual core aeration (springtime for warm season lawns and fall for cool season grasses) keeps your lawn looking its best by ensuring it’s healthy from the roots up.
Organic lawn care is a chemical free approach to maintaining a healthy and natural lawn that looks great and is safe for the environment, your community and family. Instead of using harsh fertilizers and pesticides, organic fertilizers and treatment programs allow natural compounds to do the job they were intended to do – encourage healthy soil and plant life.