Are you tired of walking outside every morning and looking at a overly stressed lawn? Maybe it’s dryed out and yellow, or maybe it’s full of patches and dead spots. One of the most important step in growing a healthy lawn is to become educated about lawn care best practices. These include:
- How to water.
- How to mow.
- How to treat the lawn.
- How and when to seed.
- When it’s best to aerath, dethatch and rake.
- What to do and not to do to your turf during certain times of the year.
There’s many more topics we could include on this list.
One of the reasons you’re likely here is to learn more about how GreenAce Lawn Care can turn your lawn into the best looking lawn in your neighborhood. Part of our approach, which includes a Complete Lawn Care Program, includes teaching our customers how they can take care of their lawn when we’re not present on their property. Lawn care professionals account for roughly 60-70 percent of how a lawn looks. The remaining percentage comes down to how your lawn reacts to environmental conditons and what you (the homeowner) does to keep your turf well maintained. You can’t control the weather, but you can control what you know. And the more you understand about proper lawn care maintanance techniques and procedures, the more you’ll get out of your service with Green Ace.
We highly encourage you to check out thefollowing on our resources page:
- Blog: We regularly post timely articles about how to take care of your turf.
- GreenAce Customer Reviews: It’s important to feel comfortable with the lawn care service you sign on with. Check out what other people have said about working with Green Ace!
- Watering Best Practices: Homeowners have two main responsibilities when they sign up with a lawn care company. One is mowing—if they haven’t hired a landscaper—and the other is watering their lawn deeply and consistently. This page discusses more about how to water properly.
- Mowing Best Practices: How many times have you let your grass grow for weeks, and by the time you finally cut it, it’s matted over? This page discusses why this and other poor mowing habits can inhibit your grass from becoming thickand strong.
We service parts of Norfolk and Bristol County, Massachusetts. Towns include: Foxborough, Mansfield, Wrentham, Walpole, Plainville, Franklin, Norfolk, Stoughton, Sharon, Canton, North Attleborough, Attleborough, Easton and Norton, and parts of Medfield, Medway & Millis. Learn more about our Complete Lawn Care program.