FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We understand that you might have questions about many of the services we provide. Below you will find some answers to the most frequently asked questions we have received. If what you have found on this page doesn’t answer a specific question you might have, please reach out to us by clicking the link below!
We are always ready to answer any questions you might have.
We recommend 6 applications for the best-looking lawn, but we can also personalize your program according to your budget and your lawn’s need for specific services.
All of the products applied by our Lawn Technicians are approved by the Indiana State Chemist. All our products are approved by the EPA for use where people and pets live, work and play. Your technician will leave behind treatment instructions and when normal use may resume.
We stand behind our applications. If you have any issues that arise in between treatments, we will schedule a service call and provide a resolution at no charge to you.
Our team members exemplify our company’s core values of honesty, pride, professionalism, and safety. It is our mission to build lasting impressions through remarkable service every time.
Yes, all of our technicians are certified through the Indiana State Chemist Office. They must first pass the state-required test to receive their license and annually earn additional continuing education credits specific to our industry to maintain their license.
We recommend watering a few times per week in the morning hours. A good rule of thumb would be to water deeply, and infrequently.
3.5″ – 4”. A good rule of thumb for mowing is to never cut off more than 1/3” of the grass blade during a mow.
Approximately 1-2 hours or until dry. Your technician will leave a detailed after-service note.
Our fertilizer is granular, and the pellets will fall to the soil. In addition, we mix our weed control products with a sticking agent to help them adhere directly to the target weed.
We recommend that you leave the clippings on the lawn. There is an abundance of nutrients that will break down and benefit the soil once absorbed.