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Lawn Fertilizer

Keeping your lawn looking lush and healthy can be a time-consuming task, so why not hire a service provider to take the pressure off? Lawn care companies can maintain your lawn with regular watering, trimming, and weed control to help keep your yard looking stunning. Lawn care services also include pest control, soil aeration, and fertilization which are equally essential to help your lawn flourish.

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Lawn care costs

Lawn treatment and maintenance costs vary depending on the size and location of your lawn. A significant factor in your decision making is what type of lawn service you need. Regular lawn maintenance is relatively low cost, but if you need a fertilizer treatment or pest control, then your project may become more expensive.


Lawn Care

It is vital to maintain your lawn to ensure it stays healthy and lush. Expect to pay $25-$50* for pruning, mowing, and general maintenance. 


Pest control 

If pest or insects are infesting your lawn you should expect to pay between $250 - $350* for treatment and removal. 


Fertilizer treatment

Your lawn may need fertilizer treatment to enhance its growth. This will cost $50-$80* for one treatment.


Soil aeration

The soil on your lawn needs to be broken up so nutrients and water can reach the roots. This should be done twice a year in spring and fall, and costs $120-$150*. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know what kind of treatment my lawn needs?
Most lawn care companies start by assessing your lawn and then treat it accordingly. That could mean that they need to use a lawn fertilizer, carry out pest control or soil aeration.
How often should my lawn be mown and watered? 
It depends on the season and the size of your lawn. Talk to a service provider to discuss how to get the best results — it is important not to over-water or mow the lawn too short as it will become unhealthy. 
How can I prevent lawn damage? 
Lawn damage can be caused by too much or too little sunlight, foot traffic, or even mowing incorrectly. If your lawn has brown, yellow or tan patches, this could also be a sign of disease. Contact a professional, and they will be able to assess your lawn and offer a regular lawn treatment service to keep it in the best shape.
I think my lawn is beyond repair, what are my options? 
Do not panic – get in touch with a service provider as soon as possible, so they can carry out an assessment and treat your lawn appropriately. You may need to re-seed the lawn, or it may just need lots of TLC until it regrows.

*Cost estimates referenced are sourced from HomeAdvisor, Angie's List and other national home improvement websites.

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