Lawn Fertilization

Fertilization and Weed Control Program

At Advance Lawn Care, we are proud to offer our customers more in our fertilization and weed control package than our competitors. Our program tackles broadleaf and grassy weeds by using a pre-emergent, post-emergent, and spot treatment.

Our program goes not one, not two, but three steps further than some of the other lawn care providers in the area, including pest control.

Our 10-step program is composed of the following steps:

    1. Granular Weed Control
    2. Liquid Post Emergence Application
    3. Spring Starter Fertilizer
    4. Granular Insecticide
    5. Early Summer Fertilizer Application
    6. Mid-Summer Fertilizer Application
    7. Late Summer Fertilizer Application
    8. Granular Weed Control
    9. Liquid Post Emergence Application
    10. Post-Emergence Application

Our program’s product is tested for safety and comprises three main components: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. The first application will begin around January or February and end near the beginning of October, weather-dependent.

Lawn Maintenance

Lawn Maintenance

Our clients who have chosen our 10-step program have the option of choosing to include our lawn maintenance services as well.

The lawn maintenance services include edging, blowing, trimming your property, weekly mowing and weed control, mulch installation, shrub pruning 3x per season, and a spring and fall clean-up.

These services will be in addition to our 10-step program and are not offered separately. The maintenance services are performed throughout the growing season to ensure that your property looks excellent when it matters!

Our clients who have chosen our 10-step program have the option of choosing to include our lawn maintenance services as well.

The lawn maintenance services include edging, blowing, trimming your property, weekly mowing and weed control, mulch installation, shrub pruning 3x per season, and a spring and fall clean-up.

These services will be in addition to our 10-step program and are not offered separately. The maintenance services are performed throughout the growing season to ensure that your property looks excellent when it matters!

Aeration and Overseeding

Our team can provide aeration and overseeding services to our clients in the spring and fall seasons. We recommend that the overseeding is done directly after aeration, but they can be done separately if warranted, but they are most beneficial when done together.

When to Aerate & How It’s Done

This service is generally needed when your turf becomes compacted, which can happen through overuse, such as children playing on it every day or machinery driving over your turf during construction. When turf is compacted, it makes it more difficult for your soil to soak up nutrients or allow water and air to flow through it. If your yard has clay-heavy soil, your turf may require aeration more often than others. Lawn aeration is done with one of two machines: a core aerator or a spike aerator. Core aerators pull compacted soil up from the ground, and spike aerators punch holes into the ground using spikes.