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core aerationSPRING AERATION (April-May) & FALL AERATION (Sept-Oct)

A mechanical process removing small plugs 2-3 inches deep of thatch and soil from the lawn.

Benefits include:

  • Reduces soil compaction
  • Stimulates root growth
  • Improves fertilizer and water uptake
  • Helps reduce thatch layer
  • Improves air exchange between the soil and atmosphere

OVERSEEDING (September-October)Overseed

We overseed the lawn with a spreader using a premium 50/50 blend seed. (50% Kentucky Bluegrass and 50% Perennial Ryegrass)

Why Overseed?

Overseeding is one of the most important tasks involved in growing a healthy lush lawn. While fertilizing your lawn is important, grass plants slow down their rates or production after a few years. Over time, lawns that have not been overseeded will grow thin and unhealthy, making it much easier for weeds to overtake the lawn.

GRUB PREVENTATIVE (June-July)Grub damage

A grub control is applied to help reduce the number of grubs in the soil to a sustainable level. White grubs are the larvae of various scarab beetles; all grubs are similar in appearance.

  • white to grayish with brown heads
  • 6 legs near front of body
  • "C" shaped
  • 3/4 -1 1/2' long

Damage occurs when they feed on turf roots causing the grass to wilt, turn brown and die. Birds, skunks and raccoons may tear up the sod to feed on grubs. Sod may also pull back like a carpet.

LAWN INSECT CONTROL (May-September)Insect Chart

An insect control is applied to the lawn to help reduce a variety of damaging and unwanted insects including;

  • Fleas
  • Chinch Bugs
  • Ticks
  • Cutworms
  • Mosquitoes
  • Bill Bugs
  • Sod Webworms
  • Many More


  1. Early Summer (May-June)
  2. Mid Summer (June-July)
  3. Late Summer (July-August)

We create an invisible barrier by applying a insect control to the perimeter of the outside of your home to help reduce and eliminate unwanted guests such as:

  • Ants
  • Spiders
  • Mosquitoes
  • Earwigs
  • Box Elder Bugs
  • Silver Fish
  • Fleas
  • Ticks
  • Centipedes
  • Millipedes