Over the years, the lawn care industry has developed chemical fertilizer and pesticide-based programs in order to "care for your lawn." These programs work well in the short-term because they treat the grass plant itself, but they destroy the natural microbial activity in the soil, creating chemical-dependent lawns. Crabgrass preventer, entire lawn weed control, and an early season organic-based lawn fertilization treatment providing an early "green-up". This is the most important step to preventing weeds all season.
Elements Lawn and Pest has been in the commercial lawn care maintenance business for more than 30 years. Our experience, combined with our team of landscape specialists can provide the know how, the means, and the skill to give your business the healthy, lush, and green landscape your clients and customers love to see. So whether your place of business is a half-acre, or 100 acres, our team is prepared to serve you. We will tailor our services to the size and location of your business to give you that beautiful and professional landscape that people will love.
Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and Anaplasmosis are three examples of tick-borne diseases that are becoming more and more common in the United States. These diseases are becoming even more prevalent with our expansion into more rural and natural areas, pushing wildlife to their limit (CDC reports over 300,000 cases of Lyme disease each year!) Thankfully, there are measures you can take to protect your home, family, and pets from ticks, and the diseases they carry. With our 100% natural tick control program, not only will the ticks be killed on contact, but they also will be prevented from making any type of return in the future.
A machine is used to pull small plugs of grass and soil up from the ground in a process known as "core aeration." This process reduces soil compaction, promotes movement of oxygen, water, and nutrients to the grassroots and reduces thatch accumulation. Immediately following the core aeration, we broadcast the appropriate seed blend across your lawn. The seed will fall into the core holes and germinate providing a thicker lawn. Large bare areas (greater than 4) may require power seeding. Also known as "slit" or "slice" seeding, power seeding utilizes a machine to slice into the turf while simultaneously planting new seed.