Lawn Treatment Services
Keeping your lawn lush and green is simple when you have help from experts who are passionate about lawn care. WinLAWN offers the highest quality lawn and turf care around, with a strong focus on customer satisfaction. With our Johns Creek, GA lawn care service, you are guaranteed a healthy lawn that you’ll love.
Our Standard Plan is suitable for any size of lawn and offers a comprehensive lawn care solution for Johns Creek homeowners and businesses. Our experienced lawn care experts know what it takes to keep any lawn looking thick and green throughout the changing seasons. Our lawn care plan provides you with eight treatments a year, including:
• Weed control treatments to keep your lawn weed-free
• Pre-emergent weed control to stop weeds before they sprout
• Expert fertilization to nourish your lawn
• Application of lime to aid with fertilization
• Personal attention from our lawn experts
• A convenient and cost-effective way to keep your lawn green and weed-free
We pick the best lawn care products and fertilizers and rotate our products to match growing conditions year-long. We also offer lawn aeration, lawn seeding, fungicide application, pest control, and ornamental shrub and tree care – whatever your lawn needs, we’ve got you covered. Contact us today to find out why WinLAWN is a premier Johns Creek lawn service!
“My family decided to hire WinLAWN last year and the result’s we’ve seen in our yard have been quite positive. I would definitely recommend them to other people looking for a weed control and fertilizing firm.” – Raghuram D – Johns Creek Homeowner
The Ingredients Of A Comprehensive Lawn Care Plan
If you’re looking for a Johns Creek lawn care service, it helps to know what goes into a comprehensive lawn care plan:
Weed Control: Selecting the right weed killer is a must, and they must cover a broad spectrum of broadleaf and grassy weeds. Weed killers work either by inhibiting growth or attacking the root to kill off the plant – but the wrong product could kill your beautiful lawn, too! WinLAWN’s lawn techs are experienced in identifying weeds and choosing the right weed killer for the job. We use selective weed killers that target specific types of weed and stop growth. That means your lawn will be safe, but the weeds will not.
Pre-emergent weed killers tackle weeds before they even become a problem. Pre-emergent weed killers target weed seeds and stop them from sprouting, so weeds don’t get the chance to grow into your lawn.
Knowing how and when to apply weed killer is vital. Targeting young, actively growing weeds gives the best results, making summer the optimum time for tackling existing weeds. For weed prevention, the best time is right before the seeds germinate, usually in winter. Our lawn care experts have access to the most detailed ground temperature data to help them choose the perfect time to apply weed control treatments.
Weeds can survive even close mowing. A proper weed control plan tackles weeds both before and after they appear, for a healthy weed-free lawn.
Lawn Fertilization: Lawn fertilization is key to keeping your lawn growing strong. The right fertilizer feeds your soil all the nutrients it needs to support your lawn year round.
Nitrogen-based fertilizers are particularly important, as your lawn needs nitrogen to grow thick and obtain that lovely green color. Weather, soil conditions, and lawn conditions all make a difference in how well nitrogen fertilizer works. Our experts are on hand to make sure your lawn gets the right nutrients at the right time.
Granular fertilizers come in the form of granules that get distributed over the lawn. Granular fertilizers are typically slower acting, to provide nutrients over a more extended period
Liquid fertilizers are an excellent choice for delivering quick-release nutrients and are ideal for when your lawn needs a freely available nutrient boost. Liquid fertilizers are harder to apply evenly than granular – luckily our experts are here to make sure the application is smooth and efficient.
If you’re looking for a more environmentally sound choice, organic fertilizers made of natural materials such as kelp or alfalfa are available. These typically take longer to work, so careful planning will help you get the timing just right.