Grub Control - One treatment in April and on treatment in August
Flea/Tick Control - Repeat applications starting April until pests are controlled
Fungicide And Insecticides - For both lawn and shrubs
Trimming & Shaping
Tree Removal, Stump Removal
Spraying - For pest, fungi and disease, including dormant oil for pecan trees
Winter Time Pampering For Pine Trees
Fertilization - For your yard's specific needs with computerized soil testing.
Scalping - This involves using a rotary mower set on a low setting to remove dead plant matter from the lawn. this helps promote new growth and greens up a lawn nicely. All Bermuda grass lawns should be scalped annually.
Dethatching - This requires a special machine which has vertical blades that cut through the thatch to the soil. The special blades remove old dead grass from the surface of the lawn as well as from the surface of the soil.
Aeration - This requires a machine that pulls plugs of soil out of your lawn, allowing air and moisture to better penetrate the soil. This allows your grass to better develop a healthier root system for a thicker, more lush lawn. We recommend this be done to Bermuda grass lawns twice a year: in April and late September.
Yard Cleanup - Removal of leaves, sticks and fall foliage.
Horticulture Services - Such as planting flowers , preparing beds, trimming shrubs and trees, garden preparation, weeding, adding Gypsum to clay soils and rotor-tilling.
Grass Seeding - Over seeding from April to November. Seeding bare spots.
Soil Improvement - By adding lime, gypsum, sulfur, or organic soil amendments.