Why do I need a professional lawn care provider? Superior Lawns is experienced and knowledgeable. We know the right height to cut your lawn and what's causing those brown spots. We know when to fertilize, what combination of fertilizers to use and how much your lawn needs. As an added bonus you will have extra time to relax! Give us a call today!


Do you take credit cards? Not at this time. We currently accept cash or checks.


Will I get a paper bill or do you offer paperless billing? We offer paperless billing by email or you can receive a paper bill mailed to you if you prefer.


Do I need to be home when you provide service? No, you don't need to be home. Our service team won't even come to the door before they begin services. We will always contact you if we have any questions before we begin.


Glossary


Aeration:​ Done by a machine that removes small plugs of grass and soil. This provide space for air, water and nutrients to reach the roots helping them grow deeper and stronger.


​Backflow Preventer: A device that is required on irrigation systems to prevent water from flowing in reverse and contaminating drinkable water.


Broadleaf Weeds: Weeds such as dandelion and clover that spread easily and take nutrients from the grass.


​Crabgrass:​ A grass like weed that spreads easily and takes nutrients from the grass.


Fertilizer: A combination of nutrients to encourage strong roots, stems and leaves of the grass.


Fungicide: Used to prevent and treat lawn diseases like Brown Patch and Dollar Spot that cause brown splotches in the grass.


Grass Cycling: Used instead of bagging. The grass clippings decompose and return about 25% of the nutrients your lawn needs back to the soil.


​Grubs: The larva stage of beetles. They live in the soil and feed on the roots of grass. 


Insecticide: A chemical applied to the lawn and perimeter of the home to kill and prevent spiders, fleas & ticks.


Irrigation: The watering of the lawn. We usually refer to an in ground system with multiple spray heads.


Japanese Beetle: A beetle that feeds on the leaves, flowers and fruit of roses, garden plants and trees. They can be devastating to the foliage leaving behind a lace like or skeletal looking leaf. Controlling beetles includes grub control as well as insecticide.


​Mulch:​ Can be wood chips, leaves or compost. Wood chips make a good mulch around plants because of their durability and appearance. Mulch helps maintain moisture, prevent weed growth and regulate temperature.


Nutsedge: A weed that looks like light green new grass. It grows faster and is taller than your turf. It grows from tubers underground and requires a herbicide to control growth. Most often seen in early summer through fall.


Overseeding: The addition of grass seed to thin areas of the lawn to fill in.


​Pre-emergent:​ A weed killer applied in the early spring to stop crabgrass and other weeds before they start to grow.


​Post-emergent: A weed killer applied once weeds are visible.


Sodding: Installation of sections of grass covered soil to create an instant grass filled lawn.


Winterizer:​ A Fertilizer applied in the late fall to help store nutrients over the winter and promote strong growth and roots in the spring.


We made a list of things we thought you might like to know.