Lawn Treatment & Mowing Services
Serving Haslet TX & Surrounding Area
Homeowners in Tarrant and Denton counties have many companies to choose from when it comes to hiring a yard service company. Lawn Connections should be your first choice because we treat your lawn and landscape as if it were our own. We make you an integral part of our lawn care team, striving to meet or exceed your every expectation for excellent service. Satisfied customers and outstanding reviews back up our ongoing success in lawn service and landscape maintenance.
Customer Service & Lawn Care Specialists
Everyone on your professional lawn and landscape team, from customer service representatives to landscape crew members, are trained to provide the best possible service. We believe that our customers deserve maximum value for the money they spend, in this or any economy. Styles and trends may come and go, but quality never wavers. Lawn Connections developed its residential lawn care programs over years of doing business and gaining a solid reputation in the community.
We strive to offer our full-service lawn maintenance for everyone, on every budget. That is why our services range from mowing and fertilizer service to plant maintenance and irrigation checks fertilizer service to plant maintenance and irrigation checks.
Lawn Mowing Service
No matter what size yard you have, or how extensive your landscaping, every residential lawn has one thing in common – grass requires mowing year round. Our Haslet TX lawn mowing crew works steadily and maintains a reliable schedule, so you always know what day to expect the lawn to be mowed. You set the schedule you prefer, and we honor that request. Choose from full-service lawn mowing packages (weekly or bi-weekly) starting at $26 per service.
Lawn Maintenance Tips
Do you ever get that pleasant feeling deep down when you stumble across a truly healthy lawn in the neighborhood? You can always tell which lawns are cared for religiously by the green grass, the lush texture, and the pleasant bugs floating around. So why does your lawn not look the exact same? There are a few potential reasons and a few worthwhile ways to ensure your lawn does improve.
For instance, planting a new lawn requires some preparation and planning. You need to set the soil and remove any weeds beforehand. By removing the weeds before setting the lawn, you ensure the top layer of soil does not compact into ruts.
Next, rolling out sod is the quickest way to achieve a beautiful looking lawn. Sod is expensive, however, especially if you have a very expansive yard. Instead, you could choose to seed the entire area yourself, either by hand or by using hydroseeding, which is popular these days. Either method should bring the results you seek.
Flowerbed Care & Shrub Maintenance
We also offer lawn maintenance packages that combine regular lawn mowing with landscape flowerbed and shrub maintenance. For example, our Bronze package starts at $79 monthly for 32 full-service mowing visits and the initial landscape bed renovation.
No matter how well groomed your grass and landscape may be, it will not look its best if it’s not kept healthy. Just as quality medical care and preventative measures keep your body looking and feeling great, an appropriate “health care” program will keep your lawn beautiful. Maximum wellness for your lawn includes feeding it all the nutrients it needs in the form of landscape fertilization. Our lawn care specialists are trained and experienced in choosing the best fertilizers for each specific type of grass and plant in your landscape.
We know your lawn better than anyone, so we give it what it wants and needs to stay healthy. We also provide over seeding with Winter Rye. Ask us about grass reseeding, mulching, seasonal color plantings, tree trimming, leaf removal and more.
A healthy lawn is also one that is free of invasive weeds and unwanted plant growth. Some plants may spread from a neighboring yard or sprout from seeds carried by wind and water. Our weed control programs ensure that your lawn contains only those plants, trees and shrubs that you want to grow there.
Choose from a variety of lawn mowing and landscape treatment programs to fit your budget. For example, our Silver package includes 37 full-service mowing visits and an 8-application lawn treatment plan, while the Gold package includes 37 mowing visits, eight annual landscape bed maintenance services, and 8-application lawn treatment plan. Our flexible lawn care pricing programs offer lots of options to fit your lifestyle and budget!
Pet Waste Removal Services
As your local lawn care specialists, we understand that you love your beautiful lawn. But we also understand that your lawn is there to be lived in by you, your family and often the family pets. Our tender loving care extends to keeping your landscape free of harmful waste materials. If not removed, pet waste can mar the appearance and injure the health of your lawn. It can also carry the threat of parasites or disease.
Don’t waste your precious time picking up after your pet; let Lawn Connections do the scooping! Our affordable pet waste removal service starts at only $8.50 per week. Prices vary, so check our pricing page for details.
Whether you’re in need of flowerbed care and maintenance, lawn mowing, fertilization, weed control, or another type of lawn maintenance, the cost of most lawn care services does vary widely. Prices naturally fluctuate depending on the specific nature of the services needed, as well as your location. Because of this, it’s generally best to speak with a lawn care professional to receive an accurate cost assessment.
Here at Lawn Connections, we’re happy to provide our customers with a private consultation and personalized pricing estimate, so that you’re better able to make a decision about your lawn care. Contact us today to find out more!
Do you want a verdant, beautiful lawn? Of course you do! Not only are well-kept lawns aesthetically pleasing, but they can also increase the property value of your home, reduce soil erosion, and filter pesky storm water runoff.
So, what are some of the best practices for keeping your lawn looking healthy? Here are some general tips:
- Select the most appropriate fertilizer for your lawn and fertilize at the proper times during the year.
- Perform a regular soil test.
- Follow the best mowing practices for your specific lawn.
- Properly water your grass.
- Contact a lawn care professional for an assessment.
If you’re in need of high quality lawn care services, call Lawn Connections! We’re always happy to offer our assistance.
What can I do to make my lawn healthier?
Simply put, you can make your lawn healthier with proper cutting, watering, fertilizing, and aerating. These few things will keep your lawn looking green and lush all year long. Make sure you have your lawn mower adjusted so that you don’t scalp your yard which can cause your grass to scorch in the heat. Mowing the top third of your grass is ideal. Observe the water conservation laws in your area and plan to soak your yard occasionally versus using a sprinkler on a daily basis. Take care to plan when it’s best to fertilize your lawn and treat for weeds. Lastly, set aside some time in the fall to aerate your lawn. Observing these steps will make your lawn healthier.
How long should I water my lawn?
Too much or too little water can be detrimental to the health of your lawn. Running the sprinkler all night sets up the right conditions for disease. Frequent and light watering can cause the grass in your lawn to grow shallow roots and can spell trouble in hot weather. Be sure to water deeply and infrequently in order to grow a lush, healthy lawn. Avoid watering from 11 AM-3 PM, the hottest part of the day. When possible, it is best to water between 6-10 AM when the temperature is milder. This also gives your lawn a full day to dry. Watering at night can lead to the growth of mildew and fungus. If you’re unable to water in the morning aim for around 4-7 PM. If you have more questions, feel free to give us a call.
What insects can damage my lawn?
A well-tended lawn is a wonder to look at, but make no mistake of the pesky bugs hidden within the grass and soil on even the most attractive of yards. Chewing insects, such as grasshoppers, attack blades of grass. Gophers, burrowing creators, destroy grass roots and cause the surface area to die. These pesky creatures are downright annoying.
The most common insects that will damage your lawn, however, remain the Japanese Beetles, which lay eggs in the soil and feast on your entire yard. You will immediately notice portions of the lawn beginning to die. Grubs, despite being harmless to us, are quite dangerous to the overall life of your green grass. These larval form insects are a problem throughout the Northeast, Midwest, and Southwest, where turf provides plentiful food and cover. They kill off the lawn in droves, munching on grass, roots, and leaves wherever they please.
How should I care for my lawn during and after a drought?
During a drought, you have probably noticed your lawn drying out and dying. The grass begins to crunch sharply as you walk over it. The first sign of a drought is whether or not your feet will leave an impression in the grass. With enough water, the lawn will spring back. With a drought, your print stays.
You need to practice careful water management every single week. Lawns benefit from at least one inch of water per week. Without rain, the lawn will not acquire the necessary rain and nutrients required to grow fully. Where possible, use the hose to water the entire lawn and give it some vitality.
You should also practice proper nutrition. Your lawn is a living organism, it needs to feed, and sometimes heavily. While it is inadvisable to feed your lawn outside of the natural growing season or during droughts, after the drought has come to an end, you can begin regrowing the lawn to its fullest once more. Use supplemental fertilization to give the required nutrients to your yard.
How many times a year should I treat my lawn?
To keep your lawn looking nice and your grass growing green, it’s important to know when to treat your lawn. How often you should do this per year depends on a few factors: what part of the country you live in, your climate, and the specific grasses you’ve planted.
In general, with warm-season grasses, it’s recommended to keep your lawn fertilized three times per year (though not during mid-summer!); with cold-season grass types, on the other hand, most lawn experts recommend treating your grass twice during the fall, and once in the springtime.
Do you have other lawn maintenance tips? Don’t hesitate to call Lawn Connections to speak with one of our lawn experts today!