The Benefits of a Good Lawn Care Company

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The Benefits of a Good Lawn Care Company

Posted by All Metro Service Companies LLC
2 years ago | August 22, 2022

You may be asking yourself, “Do I really need a lawn care company’s services?”

The answer is YES! A well-maintained yard requires more than just occasional mowing. There are several things to consider when it comes to lawn care and maintaining your yard:

Unless you have a green thumb and a lot of time on your hands, you’d likely be better off having these services provided by a professional lawn care company. In addition, they will have the knowledge and experience to properly diagnose any issues you may have and provide the best solution.

Let’s briefly go over each of these maintenance tasks so you have a better understanding of what they entail, and why they’re an important factor in maintaining a healthy lawn.



One of the most frequent questions we hear is, when do you fertilize a lawn in minnesota? What’s the best lawn fertilizer to use? Do I really need to fertilize my lawn?

 Fertilizing is important because it provides the nutrients that grass needs to grow strong and healthy. Just like any living thing, grass needs food to survive and stay healthy.So if you’re one of those people wondering if you should fertilize your lawn, the short answer is yes. 

There are many different types of fertilizer available on the market, so it’s important to choose one that’s right for you. Choosing a professional lawn care company will give you the ability to either test your soil and determine which type of fertilizer will work best to provide a healthy, green and lush yard. Or to rely on experts in your area who know things such as if a good slow release nitrogen fertilizer is a good fit for your lawn or if there’s a different product that would better suit its needs.

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Weed Control

Weed Control

As many know, weeds are unfortunately a fact of life when it comes to lawn care. Some of the most common weeds include dandelions, crabgrass, clover, and nutsedge. Not only can they be unsightly and frustratingly fast-growing, weeds compete with grass for water, sunlight, and nutrients, which can result in a thinner, weaker lawn. In addition, some weeds can also be poisonous if ingested by pets or children.

Another common question many people ask is, when is the best time to apply weed and feed in minnesota? A good landscaping company will offer you different options depending upon your budget. For example, here at All Metro Companies, we offer a fertilizer and weed control package. During this particular program we spray for weeds in the late spring and late summer with additional spot treatments of weeds in the fall if necessary. 

The tough part about dealing with weeds is they can grow just about anywhere and are often hard to get rid of. The best way to control them is to prevent them from even growing in the first place. This can be done by regularly mowing your lawn, maintaining a healthy soil, and using herbicides specifically designed for weed control.

Trees, shrubs and garden beds also can receive fertilizer. A good lawn company will also offer this service as well.

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Pest Control

Pest Control

Unfortunately, lawns and gardens aren’t immune to pesky pests like disease and insects. There are many different types of pests that can damage your landscaping, including grubs, moles, voles, and ticks. These pests cause a variety of problems, such as killing grass, damaging roots, and ticks are especially dangerous as they spread life-threatening diseases.

Different diseases can affect your lawn differently. In Minnesota, common  turfgrass diseases can include: brown patch, dollar spot, stripe smut, pink patch, red thread, copper spot, and anthracnose. Properly identifying the disease and the severity of it will determine the next steps to control it. Most commonly, these diseases can be controlled with fungicides. 

The prevalence of any of these pests or diseases in your lawn can quickly spiral out of control if they’re not taken care of, so it’s important to take action as soon as you see them. Each of these require a specialized approach that not only reduces their effects, but also protects your cultivated foliage, pets and people.

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Lawn Aeration

Lawn Aeration

If you’ve ever played golf, you may have noticed little holes in the green. These holes are a result of aeration. This process makes small holes in your lawn to allow air, water, and nutrients to reach the roots of your grass. Exposing the roots of your lawn might seem counterintuitive but benefits include:

  • Improved seed growth. 
  • Helps your fertilizer be more effective. 
  • Higher water absorption. 
  • Improved root strength. 

It  also serves to reduce compaction, which can damage your lawn. 

Compaction is when the soil in your lawn is packed down too tightly, making it difficult for grass roots to grow. This can be caused by things like heavy foot traffic, rainfall, or even just leaving lawn equipment on your grass for too long. Compaction is bad for a lawn because it makes it difficult for the grass to receive natural exposure to sunlight and nutrients. It also promotes rot at the roots of the grass.

Depending on the type of soil you have in your yard, you may need to have your lawn aerated multiple times a year or only once. Clay soils get compacted more easily requiring more services, whereas sandy soil may only need it done once yearly. For the Twin Cities region, late summer or early fall is the best time to get your lawn aerated. This ensures that your grass can heal during its growing season, filling in where needed. 

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Grass Seed

Grass Seed

Have you ever seen a lawn that looked extremely full and vibrant, with very little dirt exposure? This is accomplished by overseeding. Overseeding is the process of planting new grass seed over your existing lawn. This is important to the overall health and appearance of the lawn. Why? To put it simply, it helps to fill in any bare or thin spots, while adding a new variety to your lawn.

There are many different types of grass seed available on the market, so it’s important to choose one that’s right for your climate and soil type. It should also be compatible with your existing lawn type. A professional lawn care company can assist you in choosing the best type of grass seed for your yard.

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Irrigation is important to a lawn for several reasons. 

1 – Irrigation helps to keep the grass healthy by providing a consistent supply of water

2-  It helps to control weeds by keeping the soil moist and preventing them from germinating.

3- Assists in preventing compaction by allowing water to seep into the soil and loosen it up.

4- Helps to improve the overall appearance of the lawn by giving it a greener, lush look.

Balancing the proper irrigation with the lawn’s exposure to sun or shade, weather conditions and the changing of the seasons can be difficult to keep up with. A good lawn care company will educate you through installation, maintenance, winterization and spring start up. Learn more about the importance of irrigation here

A professional lawn care company will be able to make the correct adjustments to ensure that your grass is receiving the proper amount of water.

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Yes, we’re all familiar with lawn mowing, but did you know that the health of your lawn can be affected by how often you mow and how sharp your lawnmower blade is? The direction of how you mow is also important. Mowing in different directions each time is an important step because it prevents ruts from forming.

When mowing, it’s also important to cut the grass at the correct height. Not too tall and not too short, and you definitely want to avoid scalping the lawn. For those who don’t know, scalping the lawn means cutting the grass so low the roots are exposed. It can damage the roots and make it difficult for the grass to recover.

A good professional company will inspect and sharpen blades on a regular basis, as well as their machinery. Having poorly functioning or maintained equipment can damage the lawn. Another thing professional companies usually offer are comprehensive mowing services that include string line trimming and power blowing to ensure your lawn is looking its best and all debris is off the lawn and out of flower beds. 

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As you can see, there is a lot of knowledge and carefully planned activities that goes into maintaining a healthy lawn. While you could try and do it yourself, you’re likely better off seeking the services of a professional lawn care company. The professionals will have the knowledge and experience to properly diagnose any issues your lawn may have and take the necessary steps to fix them. This will save you time and money in the long run, and give you peace of mind knowing your lawn is in good hands and will be thriving in no time.

A beautiful, healthy lawn is an important asset to any home or business and should be given the proper care it deserves. All Metro Service Companies offers a complete range of lawn care services that can help you get the best lawn in your neighborhood and keep everything looking healthier and fuller all year long.

We know you have better things to do with your time than worry about your lawn. Let us take care of the hassle and headache of maintaining your lawn. Together we can work to develop a custom lawn care plan that fits your needs and budget.

Don’t forget, we also offer a free estimate and competitive pricing on all of our services.
Contact us today for a free consultation and see what we can do for your yard! 

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