Lawn weeds are an undesirable sight. If not taken care of, new weeds can grow quickly and meddle with the appearance of a beautiful lawn. As weeds spread across your lawn, they fight for the sunlight and absorb all the nutrients from the soil that your grass needs to thrive. If left too long, they provide overwintering and act as hiding spots for pests. Don’t let weeds ruin your great lawn. With weed control services from Finishing Touches, you can get rid of the most stubborn weeds and make your lawn look pristine again.
What To Expect From Finishing Touches Weed Control Services
Our weed control methods are meant to take care of all weeds that may be growing in your yard. The most effective weed control products are carefully applied by our trained professionals. Our programs may involve both pre-emergent and post-emergent treatments. After the treatment, you will see the weeds in your lawn significantly reduce as the season continues. With regular weed treatments, they’ll become more manageable. With the right maintenance, fresh grass will continue to grow in your law – free from weeds.
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Once weeds have overrun your lawn, the most effective way to get rid of them is with our weed control service. Let us take care of the pesky weeds and help solve your lawn problems while you stay at ease. All you have to do is fill in the form below and our experts will get in touch with you soon.
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Benefits of Our Residential Weed Control Services
Lawn care is a year-long process and nothing less than a full-time job, especially if you have a large landscaped property. If you don’t have a lot of time on your hands, our lawn care services can help you by doing this job efficiently and in a timely manner.
According to research, investing in lawn care services could result in cost recovery if you decide to sell your property. Our services will add value to your property at resale. Going for DIY weed control also requires a lot of money for products, such as expensive weed sprays. We have the necessary state-of-the-art equipment so you don’t have to find and buy it yourself.
Use of Professional Herbicides
Homeowners usually rely on products purchased at a local home improvement store to prevent the growth of weeds. You may not be able to use certain pesticides or herbicides due to government rules and environmental concerns in your city. Our weed control services use products that are approved for safety and allowed for use in your specific region.
Proper Cutting, Pruning, and Edging
Different cutting lengths need to be used for different types of grass. Cutting a particular grass at the wrong height can hurt its growth pattern. Our experts know how to cut and prune properly to make your lawn look attractive. With our regular schedule of edging, the growth of weeds is also controlled.
Good Mulch Beds
Mulch beds are essential to add organic matter to the soil, stop the growth of weeds, and prevent soil erosion. They control weeds by keeping the soil moist. Our great mulch maintenance will prevent damaging weeds from becoming a problem.
Pre-emergent Weed Control
Weeds only become a problem after they have germinated and matured. Pre-emergent weed control is a type of herbicidal application used to control weeds before they’ve emerged. This method targets the soil and stops weed germination, saving your mulch beds and gardens from being destroyed.
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Choose Finishing Touches Landscaping for your Weeding & Weed Control Needs
Cutting a lawn will only reduce the appearance of harmful weeds, but it won’t prevent them from growing back. While it may look like the entire weed has been removed, that’s really not the case. Even a tiny part of the weed root left in the ground will most certainly sprout a new weed in the future. Simply pulling weeds out of your garden is also not sufficient.
Fortunately, you don’t have to deal with these pesky weeds on your own. Let our professionals do the job for you. We have over 22 years of experience in the landscaping business. Our clients describe us as knowledgeable, efficient, precise, polite, professional, and friendly. Once you choose our services, you can rest assured we’ll deliver the best lawn weed control treatment for your home.
First, we will assess the weed issues endangering your lawn. Our experts will create a custom treatment plan to make sure your lawn gets the weed control it needs. Then, we will execute the lawn care plan of action. Our professionals will be on hand to make sure that all your lawn weeds are fully eliminated, leaving behind a beautiful lawn with lush green grass. We will also ensure your yard is well prepared for seasonal changes.
What’s more? We’re a licensed company with a 100% Recommendation on Home Advisor.
To schedule an appointment or get a free estimate, feel free to call us at (262) 767-0089!
Q: What are the most prominent weed types?
A: Two main weed groups grow in your lawn during the year: broadleaf weeds (onions, clovers, henbit, and dandelions) and grassy weeds (crabgrass and dallisgrass). Broadleaf weeds grow in cooler temperatures while grassy weeds grow in warmer temperatures. The most famous broadleaf weed is the dandelion. Most of these species aren’t easy to remove by hand pulling because of their extensive root systems.
Q: How does mowing eliminate weeds?
A: Mowing the grass each week cuts down weeds that sprout up while eliminating their surface area. Before mowing, make sure you have a freshly sharpened mower blade. To get good contact with the weed, mow the grass after applying weed killers (if you’re applying them). When mowing, never remove more than the top one-third of your grass. This will leave your lawn at about two and a half inches long. This is important because the thick grass helps to suppress the weeds.
Q: What if it rains or my irrigation runs after the weed control treatment?
A: Most of the time if rain is encountered after treatment, there’s no need to worry, the products still do their job. However, it is possible that a good amount of the product will get washed off in the case of heavy rain within the first hour post-treatment. If this happens, you should take a look at the weeds approximately 10-14 days after the treatment. Some applications need to have a drying time of 2-4 hours to be effective. Normally we will let you know if there has to be a drying time.
Q: Is watering important in weed control?
A: Yes, the lawn needs to be watered after a certain amount of time following a lawn care application because of the fertilizer. Not only is a dry lawn unsightly but it also leads to less green grass and, therefore, more obnoxious weeds. However, be careful not to saturate your lawn by providing too much water. This can make your grass much more sensitive to disease. The key is to keep the root zone moist, usually from six to twelve inches below the soil. It’s also essential to keep an eye on the color of your grass to determine when it needs to be watered. The goal is to keep the grass green without saturating it.