Lawn Care & Treatment Services
Mowing - Mowing, Edging, Trimming, Blowing, Debris Removal
Lawn Treatments - Fertilization, Weed Control, Pest Control
Tree & Shrub Treatments -
Sodding - New Turf, Overseeding, Soil Leveling
Ornamentals - New Planting or Maintaining Flower Beds
Hardscaping - Pavers, Walkways, Fountains, Retaining Walls
Aeration - This helps the roots grow deeply and produce a stronger, more vigorous lawn.
Soil Test - pH testing to improve soil fertility
Lawn maintenance refers to the regular upkeep of a lawn, including tasks such as mowing, edging, fertilizing, and watering. Keeping up with regular lawn maintenance can help ensure that your lawn stays healthy and green throughout the year. Depending on the size of your lawn and your personal preferences, you can choose to do the maintenance yourself or hire a professional lawn care service to handle it for you.
Lawn treatments can be very beneficial for maintaining a healthy and lush lawn. They can help control weeds, pests, and diseases, and provide essential nutrients to keep the grass looking its best. There are many different types of lawn treatments available, including fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides. The specific treatments needed will depend on the type of grass, soil conditions, and any existing issues with the lawn. It's important to follow the instructions carefully when applying lawn treatments to ensure they are effective and safe for both the grass and the environment.
Soil testing eliminates guesswork in lawn care. By analyzing important factors like pH levels, nutrient content, and organic matter, Gateway Lawns can provide a customized plan to improve the health and appearance of your lawn. Say goodbye to guesswork and invest in your lawn's health today.
Mow your lawn regularly: Mow your lawn once a week during the growing season. Avoid cutting more than one-third of the grass blade at a time.
Overseeding is the process of planting grass seed into an existing lawn to promote thicker, healthier growth.
Adjustments to your irrigation system are essential to ensuring that your lawn gets the right amount of water it needs to thrive. Less water causes your lawn to suffer. Too much water promotes pathogens (diseases).
Fertilize your lawn with the appropriate fertilizer at the right time. Generally, it is recommended to fertilize your lawn in early spring, late spring, summer, and fall.
Control weeds in your lawn by using pre-emergent herbicides in early spring. Post-emergent herbicides can be used to control weeds that have already grown.
Aeration is the process of creating small holes in your lawn to allow air, water, and nutrients to penetrate the soil.
We inspect your lawn and plants regularly for signs of disease, such as brown or discolored patches of grass, mold or fungus growth, or unusual growth patterns from nematodes.
Pest control is an important part of lawn care. By identifying pests early, practicing good lawn maintenance, and using the right treatments only when necessary, you can keep your lawn healthy and beautiful all year round.
Remember, a healthy lawn requires proper care and maintenance. Following these guidelines will help keep your lawn stay healthy and beautiful.
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.
Pruning or planting ornamental plants is an important step in creating a beautiful landscape. Ornamental plants come in a wide variety of colors and textures and can be grown in nearly any climate or growing condition. By choosing the right plants, preparing the soil correctly, and providing proper care and attention after planting, you can help ensure that your plants thrive and grow into beautiful additions to your landscape.
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.