• What is the cost of services?

    Pricing starts as low as $54 per application. Contact us for a free custom estimate!

  • What kind of grass do I have?

    Oklahoma is located in a humid subtropical region. Our state lies in a transition zone between humid continental climate to the north, semi-arid climate to the west, and humid subtropical climate in the central, south and eastern portions of the state. This means we are able to grow both warm-season grasses and cool-season grasses!  Bermuda is the most common warm-season grass in Oklahoma.  The most common cool-season grasses in Oklahoma are Fescue and Perennial Rye.  Note: Bermuda will turn yellow in the Winter which means it is dormant, not dead.  Cool-season grasses will remain green throughout the year as long as it is receiving adequate irrigation.

    Learn more about Oklahoma turfgrass here

  • What kind of pests do you treat?

    Our pest applications will help control over 125 different insects such as fleas, ticks, spiders, beetles, scorpions, ants, grub worms, etc.  If you have moles, a grub worm treatment will help to eradicate the moles but we do not trap, kill, or remove animals/pest from the property.

  • What is core aeration?

    Lawn aeration is the process of perforating your soil with holes to allow water, nutrients, and air to reach the roots of your grass. This promotes deeper root growth, resulting in a more vibrant appearance of your grass. The primary purpose of yard aeration is to help reduce soil compaction. When soil is compacted, it traps many solid particles in a small area, making it difficult for water, air, and nutrients to move freely through the soil.

  • What is a soil test and how does it benefit my lawn?

    Before beginning a weed control and fertilization program, we highly recommend starting with a comprehensive soil test consultation. All soil tests include having a licensed lawn specialist come out onsite to assess the lawn and gather soil samples to send off for testing. For optimum results, it’s best to find out what nutrients are in the soil now. A soil test will help determine the soil pH and also any nutrient deficiencies that may need amended.

  • Will your team make recommendations and answer my questions if I have them?

    Our knowledgeable staff will help to identify any issues with your lawn and will take the time and proper steps to help correct the problem. The technician will provide his thoughts and special instructions in the “Remarks and Recommendations” section on each invoice.  Customers committed to the annual 8 application program receive FREE spot sprays and service calls.  During a service call we can address any problems or concerns, and we are happy to answer any questions and provide our recommendations.  We want your lawn to look amazing and communication is very important in achieving a healthy lawn.

  • What are some of the natural things a homeowner can do to help improve the overall results?

    The single most important thing you can do is follow the instructions that we provide. Being consistent with the program and NOT skipping or pushing back treatments is very important.  Timing of treatments is extremely vital in achieving a weed-free lawn!  There are four primary culturing practices you MUST do properly in order to achieve a healthy lawn.  These culturing practices include mowing, fertilization, weed control, and irrigation.  We will handle the fertilization and weed control.  If the treatments are done correctly and at the right time, but the lawn is not being mowed properly or the lawn is not receiving adequate irrigation, it will be much more difficult to achieve a healthy and weed-free lawn.

  • What forms of payment do you accept?

    • We accept cash, check, & credit card.
    • Customers can register their account on our website to pay online, view service history, and payment history.
    • Automated card payments are set up for each new account. Charges are processed approximately 24-48 hours after the application has been completed.
    • For your credit card safety we stay 100% PCI Compliant. Once you setup your account we can only see the last four digits of your card number and that will only be viewed by authorized personnel.
  • What are your business hours?

    Our business hours are Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM. You can also reach out to us on Facebook and through our website!

  • How do I know when my lawn will be treated?

    Upon request, we will provide a time frame. If you would like to receive a 24-hour notification, we can send you a text message.  If we do not hear back from you, we will continue with the application so as long as the lawn is accessible.  Each treatment will include an invoice with notes secured in an clear plastic bag at the front door.  The technicians will also put a yard sign in the lawn.  If you prepaid or have a card on file, this will be reflected on your invoice.

  • Are the treatments safe for my pets and children?

    Pesticides which include insecticides, herbicides, and fungicides can be toxic to pets and children. The high-quality products that we use are safe, as long as you follow the instructions and keep any pets and children off of the lawn for the required time.  We provide instructions on the invoice which is secured at the front door upon completing the lawn treatment.

  • Is it really necessary to water the lawn?

    Yes, it is very important and necessary to provide adequate irrigation for plants, shrubs, trees, and especially the lawn! Water is essential in creating energy from carbohydrates for the plants/turf.  Without adequate irrigation, you will not see a dark green, lush, thick lawn.  Also, the fertilizer that is applied to the lawn requires water to activate and help dissolve the urea coated pellets into the soil layer, which is then taken up through the roots of the turfgrass.  With no water, it is much more difficult for the lawn to really benefit from fertilizer.

  • Why do I have bare spots?

    Bare spots in the lawn could be caused by a number of things, such as: Disease.  Insects such as grub worms which eat the roots of the grass.  Mechanical issues such as a broken sprinkler head or mowing too low.  We will take the proper steps to diagnose problems and choose the best plan to correct issues.

  • When can I over seed my lawn?

    The best time to over seed cool-season grasses such as Fescue or Perennial Rye is in the early Fall. (Late September – Early October).

  • Do you have any discounts or specials?

    The easiest and best way to save is to prepay for the year. We offer a 5% discount for paying for services upfront.  Another great way to save on your next application is to refer a friend!  With the referral program, referrals who commit to the annual 8 application program will receive $30 off of their first treatment and you will also receive $30 off of your next treatment!  It’s a “win” for everyone!