Q: How long until my weeds are controlled?
A: You will see some activity within the first 2-5 days. After 2-3 weeks it will be very visible. The speed of control will be faster with warm temperatures and slower when it's cold. Normally it takes 1 full year for all applications to be effective. The seasons change and so do our applications.
Q: How often do you mow my lawn?
A: We service your property every 7 days. Your grass should be cut every 7-10 days to prevent scalping. 7 days helps keep a constant schedule.
Q: What is scalping?
A: Scalping occurs when you cut more than 1/3 of the total height of the grass plant. You will notice brown or yellow spots when this occurs. If this happens during periods of heat and/or drought it can cause your lawn to die.
Q: Do I have to be a mowing customer to get weed control?
A: No. We can provide your weed control program without being on our mowing schedule.
Q: I can get weed control products from the store, why should I use your service?
A: We have a licensed applicator with a horticulture degree that can use the correct products at the right time for the best results.
Q: What types of products do you use?
A: All of our products are in liquid form. This ensures uniform coverage. Most of our products are only available to licensed applicators.
Q: How will I know your mowing crew is on my property?
A: All of our employees are in full uniform with clearly marked trucks.
Q: I have a lower priced quote from another company, will you match it?
A: Yes, in most cases.
Q: What is your service area?
A: We service most of the metroplex. Give us a call and we'll do what we can to help.
Q: What equipment do you use?
A: All equipment is commercial grade. We have Toro 21" mowers for small to medium residential all the way up to Ferris and Scag 61" zero turn mowers for large area mowing.
Q: Do you spray large areas?
A: Yes. We have a 200 gallon spray rig normally used on golf courses that can spray 16-20' wide with each pass. This is normally used on 2+ acre projects.
Q: Why do you do a soil test before your first application to my yard?
A: We send a soil sample to a lab to check for soil nutrient levels and soil pH. If your soil pH is too high, some nutrients can actually become unhealthy for your lawn.