Lewisville, Texas Lawn Maintenance
Mowing to the Right Height
Trimming your lawn too short will dry out the roots and result in a yellowing or browning of the blades. Not only will this invite weed growth, but it also opens the door to invasive grasses such as crab grass.
Keeping your grass too long will retain too much moisture, which leaves it vulnerable to fungus and invasive weeds. Based on your lawn's specific turf type, we will make sure it's kept at an optimal length to keep your grass bed robust.
Weekly and Bi-Monthly Mowing Schedules
Following a weekly mowing schedule during your lawn's active growth season is recommended. Bi-monthly mowing is recommended during the summer or in stretches of drought.
Keeping a Balanced Watering Schedule
Keeping a consistent watering schedule is just as import, but keep in mind that over-watering can also lead to fungus and weeds. 1 inch of water per week is the rule of thumb, but the amount can vary based on soil and grass types. Do you know what your lawn needs? We do!