Atlanta Lawn Service
With a great customer service staff, we make it our mission to provide you with the best lawn care and landscaping services possible. If you’re not satisfied then we’re not either.
We call ourselves a client service business doing lawn care and landscaping. If you’re looking for a cheap, “cut-n-run” operation, novice workers, office staff who won’t call you back or a provider who doesn’t connect with you–we’re not for you! We can manage all that your grass, shrubs, and trees need to be safe–and make your yard the neighborhood yard of envy. Our lawn and landscaping professionals will provide the best service you’ve had. We want you to suggest us to your neighbors, friends and family. We hope to spend decades doing business with you.
Even if you’re unsure about our routine service, give us a call and we would be happy to answer any questions you may have about your lawn.
Lawn Care Service
Lawn Mowing: This service includes complete mowing of the lawn patches, trimming, edging hard surfaces and cleaning up all the garbage.
Fertilization and Weed Control: A main operation. Okay, the lawn needs natural fertilizers to grow healthier and weeds also need to be removed from time to time.
Clean ups: Clean ups are usually performed during the Spring and Fall seasons to clear the fallen leaves, accumulated debris and other minor tasks in your home’s front and backyard lawns.
Aeration: This is a process of removing a few small cores from the lawn to remove thatch, loosen the soil, allowing water and nutrients to get deeper into the soil.
Dethatching: It includes the removal of the chaff in the lawn to avoid disease spreading in the yard.
Pruning: This is a way to eliminate fallen and sucker branches and dead wood for preserving the lawn’s safety and appeal.
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Landscaping is the art of planning, designing and turning an environment into a lovely place to walk around. It Includes planting and plant maintenance. Hardscaping and construction of different structures such as walkways, patios, pavers, decks, and added decorations such as ponds, fountains, etc. to catch the visitors ‘ attention.
Landscaping has many practices. Healthy landscaping practices will match your house style perfectly. Some of the components of good landscaping are as follows: Green Trees with Flowers and Shade Base Plantings Walking paths in the Lawn Driveways for vehicles Planting Garden Sculptures Fencings and Fountains Ponds and Outdoor Patios.
In your garden, plants and ponds give a sense of relief from the stress and tension that we experience daily. A yard filled with trees gives you no contaminants in the fresh air.
Frequently Asked Common Questions
Fertilizers containing weed killers are broken down into pre-emergent and post-emergent. As the name suggests, the pre-emergent herbicides avoid the germination of weed seeds. For pre-emerging weed killers, it is important to apply the drug before germination of the weed seeds.
If you try to control many summer weeds, early spring is the time to apply the weeds and feed. If you were trying to control crabgrass the exception would be. Crabgrass prevention should be used in mid-April, which is too late to include a fertilizer application on cool lawns during the season.
Most of the weeds and feed fertilizers you see in the shops now include a post-emergent weed killer. For these post-emergent herbicides to function, at the time of application, the weed needs to grow aggressively. So, if you're applying a post-emergent weed and feed now, you're just going to kill weeds that are up right now and it's going to have no effect on weeds that come up later.
It will be too late to apply a weed and feed as fertilizer applications are not recommended on cool seasonal lawns in the summer as summer weeds get up in the lawn. Post-emergent weeds and feeds may also cause damage to existing ornamentals if they are applied under inappropriate conditions, such as temperatures above 90 F.
Weeds and feeds both pre and post-emergent can harm newly seeded lawns. Certain limitations on when and how to use such materials can also apply. While purchasing any product which contains weed killers or pesticides, read the label carefully.
Crabgrass is among the most harmful weeds impacting Pennsylvania's lawns today. So smart decisions are crucial to avoiding and eradicating this challenging plant. Some suggestions for creating a crabgrass-free lawn are below.
Prevention–Prevention is a major part of dealing with crustaceans. When you keep your grass at a slightly higher height it can shade out the crabgrass and make it difficult to grow. Another way to prevent this is less frequent and deep watering of the lawn. This makes the roots grow longer, fortifying thatch and drowning out crabgrass. Also, aeration and oversight can be used to create thicker roots that prevent crabgrass growth.
Controlling crabgrass – If you're not lucky enough to avoid crabgrass before it spreads, you can still use some remedies to banish your normally beautiful lawn from this pest. These refer to:
1. Herbicide–cause crustaceans will plant thousands of seeds, you need to be able to stop seed germination. One way to manage this is to have a pre-emergent herbicide applied. Pre-emergent herbicide is used before the crabgrass germinates. If you want to suppress crabgrass that has already sprouted, consider using a post-emergent herbicide.
2. Corn Gluten–Maize gluten is used to treat the crabgrass as a safe substitute. You will spread the corn gluten as a way to stifle the crabgrass, so it doesn't germinate. As with many other organic alternatives, it should be noted that it may not act as a reality herbicide but it is a possible alternative.
3. Pulling Crabgrass–You can try by hand to pull out the crabgrass even if it is not that easy. This does not seem to kill the entire plant but may diminish the severity of crabgrass infestation.
We spend a lot of time and money at this time of year working in our yards in an attempt to revive them after a long winter season. One common job is fertilizer application. When properly used, the fertilizer will turn a brown winter lawn into a lush, flourishing lawn.
While this is a common task, it is important to remember that fertilizer is a chemical and should be treated with caution. Below are some health guidelines you can obey before, during and after your lawn is fertilized.
1. Proper stocking. Store fertilizer away from children and pets, in a safe place. When you keep your gardening and lawn tools in a shed, keep them locked. When you store your fertilizer in your house, make sure it is put in a locked cabinet or kids can't reach it on a shelf.
2. Wear those gloves. Fertilizer contains nitrogen that can burn the skin to a chemical level.
3. Protect your eyes. Wearing glasses or goggles is also necessary when you are working in your yard.
4. Clean your pavement, patio, or driveway with the leftover fertilizer. It makes for a more secure environment for kids and pets. The rain also stops it from being dumped into your local water supply.