Lincolnshire Homeowners Seek Lawn Care Service from Advanced Tree Care

Even though we are a tree care company, we believe that a truly healthy property ecosystem reflects its interconnectedness. Trees flourish when your lawn is healthy and disease-free. As the new season arrives, be sure you're caring for your whole yard.
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As the season changes, proper lawn care is vital to the beauty of your property
As the season changes, proper lawn care is vital to the beauty of your property
LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill. - Sept. 23, 2018 - PRLog -- It's inescapable: summer is on the wane. In a few weeks' time, temperatures will start to drop—and the new season will roll in. With that change, Lincolnshire homeowners seek lawn care services, but what are the best tips to care for your lawn as we transition to fall? Advanced Tree Care offers these.

Give your lawn a cold, hard look

Three-quarters of homeowners have a property with a lawn, and of those, nearly 70% think their lawns could be improved. That's seven in ten homeowners. Are you among them?

If your yard could be improved, ask yourself if it needs a full renovation or merely some focused TLC.

·       Does your lawn have a few bare patches here or there?
·       Does your grass compete with weeds, like creeping Charlie or crabgrass?
·       Does it look a little thin?

If the answer to these questions is yes, adherence to a few basic lawn care principles consistently over the course of the next season or two should have it showing definite improvement.

How about, though, if:

·       Your yard has a lot of dead patches in it
·       You see more weeds than grass

In those cases, you might consider a lawn renovation. A lawn renovation involves killing the existing turf and introducing—via reseeding or a combination of reseeding and sod—new turf that can take over and flourish.

Commit to a proper mowing schedule

Regular mowing keeps your lawn healthy, and it's important to create and stick to a mowing regimen. In our area, mowing typically begins the last week of April or the first week of May. Mow weekly during periods of rapid growth in late spring and early to mid-summer. Towards the end of summer and into the fall, you might switch to mowing every 10 days to two weeks. Continue mowing until grass has slowed its growth cycle completely.

Water optimally

Don't overwater your lawn, as frequent watering and overwatering can acclimate your yard to an overdependence on water. In addition, some municipalities have rules on when you can—and can't—water lawns, because of water restrictions. Check ahead to avoid violation of any local ordinances.

Clear your yard of leaves before the first snow

Before the first measurable snowfall, it's important to have cleared the leaves from your yard. Decaying leaves can introduce mold or disease, which can affect the health of your yard, not to mention your shrubs, ornamental plants, and trees, next season.


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