Frequently Asked Questions

When does my lawn need seed and fertilizer?

The best time to seed your lawn is in the early spring when the weather is cooler and the grass has a chance to establish itself before the heat of summer arrives. This will help ensure that your grass stays green and lush all season long. Fertilizing your lawn is also important to keep it looking its best.

 

Why does my lawn have so many brown spots?

There are several reasons why your lawn may have brown spots. One possibility is that the grass in those areas is not getting enough sunlight. Another possibility is that the soil in those areas is too dry or too compacted, preventing the grass from getting the nutrients it needs. We can inspect your lawn and help you determine the cause of the brown spots so that you can take steps to fix the problem.

 

How do I get rid of crabgrass?

Crabgrass is a common problem in many lawns. The best way to get rid of crabgrass is by keeping your lawn healthy and well-maintained. If crabgrass does start to grow, you can remove it by using a herbicide specifically for crabgrass. We can inspect your lawn and let you know if this is the best solution for your particular situation.

 

Why is my neighbour’s yard greener than mine?

There could be several reasons why your neighbour’s yard is greener than yours. One possibility is that they are using a different type of grass seed that is more resistant to disease and pests. Another possibility is that they are fertilizing their lawn more often than you are. We can help you determine the best course of action to get your lawn looking its best.

 

Can I mow the same day my lawn was treated?

No, you should not mow your lawn the same day it is treated. It is important to give the fertilizer or herbicide time to work before you mow so that you do not damage the grass or reduce the effectiveness of the treatment. You should wait to mow for 24 to 48 hours post-treatment.

 

How long should we stay off the lawn after a treatment?

You should stay off the lawn for at least 24–48 hours after a treatment. This will give the fertilizer or herbicide time to work and will prevent you from damaging the grass. Our professionals can provide you with specific instructions and make sure you understand when it is safe to return to your lawn.

 

Why do I have weeds after you sprayed the yard?

When working with weeds, patience is necessary. Even with the most effective treatment, it may take a few weeks to see results. The amount of time it takes for the weed killer to work depends on the type of weeds you have, the size of your lawn, and other factors. Our professionals can help you determine how long it should take for the weed killer to work and what you can do to speed up the process.

How do your products affect the environment?

Our products are designed to have a minimal impact on the environment. We use natural ingredients whenever possible and employ green pest control methods to protect your home and family while also preserving the earth.

 

Why can’t I just do it myself?

Pest control is a complex issue, and it takes years of training and experience to do it effectively. Store-bought chemicals are often ineffective and can even be dangerous if used improperly. Our pest control experts are certified and insured, so you can rest assured that your home is in good hands.

 

Are your services and products child and pet friendly?

Yes! Our products are safe for children and pets, and we always take care to use the most gentle methods possible. We understand that your family is your top priority, and we will do everything we can to protect them.

 

Will my neighbour’s pests affect my property?

It’s possible. Pests can travel from one property to another, so it’s important to be proactive about pest control. We offer a variety of services that can help keep your home pest-free, even if your neighbours don’t share the same commitment.

 

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