There are many reasons you could have dead or bare patches in your lawn; lack of water or nutrient, drainage problems, insect infestation, dog urination, sod contamination or soil compaction. Once we diagnosed the problem, we will inform you what type of lawn maintenance needs to be done. Most of the problems can be fixed and prevented from happening again. Your lawn remedy could be a topdressing, overseeding, de- thatching, aerating, or just needs a corrective fertilizing. If it needs to replace for a new lawn, you might need to know about our new lawn installation service. Top-dressing: Top-dressing is the process of applying a layer of sand/soil/peat mix to a lawn. Top-dressing can smooth out bumps and encourages a dense, lush lawn. Top-dressing reduces lawn stresses, helps keep thatch under control and acts as a long term natural fertilizer. Adding organic matter to a lawn by top-dressing with compost is the most beneficial cultural practice lawn care. De-thatching: De-thatching is removing decomposed grass, stems, dead roots that accumulates between the soil and the grass blades. De- thatching help lawn become healthier and more resistant to insect damage and disease. Lawn doesn’t always need to de-thatched until it has thatch build up. Aerating: Aerating is the process of punching small holes all over in the lawn soil. Over time, the soil in the lawn may become compacted, preventing grass from growing to its full potential. Aerating with a plug or spike aerator opens up the lawn and allows fertilizer and water be able to reach the roots, thus benefit the grass. Overseeding: Overseeding is the practice of putting more turfgrass seeds on an existing lawn. This may be done only in spots where bare areas have occurred, or over a larger expanse of lawn to improve the density of turfgrass that has become thin. Generally, gardeners overseed after experiencing lawn problems or when  older lawn that looks thin and worn out.  Lawn Winterizing: To ensure that lawn keeps flourishing for years to

Lawn Restoration

There are many reasons you could have dead or bare patches in your lawn; lack of water or nutrient, drainage problems, insect infestation, dog urination, sod contamination or soil compaction. Once we diagnosed the problem, we will inform you what type of lawn maintenance needs to be done. Most of the problems can be fixed and prevented from happening again. Your lawn remedy could be a topdressing, overseeding, de-thatching, aerating, or just needs a corrective fertilizing. If it needs to replace for a new lawn, you might need to know about our new lawn installation service. Top-dressing: Top-dressing is the process of applying a layer of sand/soil/peat mix to a lawn. Top-dressing can smooth out bumps and encourages a dense, lush lawn. Top-dressing reduces lawn stresses, helps keep thatch under control and acts as a long term natural fertilizer. Adding organic matter to a lawn by top-dressing with compost is the most beneficial cultural practice lawn care. De-thatching: De-thatching is removing decomposed grass, stems, dead roots that accumulates between the soil and the grass blades. De-thatching help lawn become healthier and more resistant to insect damage and disease. Lawn doesn’t always need to de-thatched until it has thatch build up. Aerating: Aerating is the process of punching small holes all over in the lawn soil. Over time, the soil in the lawn may become compacted, preventing grass from growing to its full potential. Aerating with a plug or spike aerator opens up the lawn and allows fertilizer and water be able to reach the roots, thus benefit the grass. Overseeding: Overseeding is the practice of putting more turfgrass seeds on an existing lawn. This may be done only in spots where bare areas have occurred, or over a larger expanse of lawn to improve the density of turfgrass that has become thin. Generally, gardeners overseed after experiencing lawn problems or when  older lawn that looks thin and worn out.  Lawn Winterizing: To ensure that lawn keeps flourishing for years to come; winterize fertilizers will provide more phosphorus to give stronger roots. A lawn low in phosphorus will have an unusual greenish tint that might even be on the purple side. When enough phosphorus is applied to the grass it will fight diseases and become more tolerant to heat, severe cold, and drought. For more information lawn restoration or requesting an estimate, please contact us.

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