Fear not...we have your fall season headache taken care of with ease. When it comes to that time of year when your outdoors chores can multiply as quickly as one can say trick or treat, reach out to us and we will provide quick a quick clean up of all those piled up leaves after the kids or the neighbors are finished playing with them. Dethatching
Now we just spoke about it, you've heard of mowing and raking your backyard, but what about dethatching? Thatch growth refers to excess amounts of grass that clump together, die, and accumulate on the surface of your yard right above the soil. Natural processes can often remove thatch growth, but thatch can sometimes accumulate too quickly for that to happen. If that happens, water and nutrients can't get through the soil. Ultimately, you'll end up with a weak or dead lawn. Usually the best time would be to dethatch in the fall for cool weather grasses for a better chance of having less weeds in the spring. If thatch seems to be a growing problem, let us help. Follow our Green Articles to learn more about dethatching and other methods of strengthening your turf.