Weed & Pest Control
Lawn Care & Treatments
Mow your lawn regularly. This involves, mowing, edging, trimming, blowing, and debris clean. You have the choice of how often and the amount of details. Avoid cutting more than one-third of the grass blade at a time.
Gateway Lawns offers 8 different treatment services throughout the year. There is no contract to sign! Depending on the month of the year. We offer, Fertilization, Weed Control, Pest Control, and Soil Testing. In addition, Aeration, Dethatching, Overseeding, Sodding and Irrigation. We believe that this unique combination of services sets us apart from other service providers and demonstrates our commitment to delivering outstanding results for our customers.
Tree & Shrub Treatments
Fertilizing twice a year is preferable to the common practice of fertilizing every two to three years. The best time to fertilize is fall, generally after the first hard freeze in September or October. The next best time would be before growth begins in early spring, usually between March and early May.
Sodding & Hardscaping
Sodding is the process of installing rolls of mature turf in a new lawn area. The turf is cut into long strips with about an inch or two of soil attached to the turf using a sod cutter. The sod sets up within 2-3 weeks and makes for an instantly green lawn. Sodding can also involve, changing the terrain, walkways, retaining walls, drains, and irrigation.
Hardscaping features such as pavers, patios, walkways, firepits, fountains, and retaining walls can add structure and function to your landscape. With a little planning and effort, you can easily create an outdoor patio that will provide you and your family with years of enjoyment.
Start with a Lawn Assessment
Evaluates soil quality, grass type, moisture levels, and weed and pest issues, among others. Remember, quoting a price over the phone is only an estimate, so a lawn assessment is the best way to create real value for you and your lawn. Here are some services and guidelines.