For over 47 years, Grasshopper Lawns has specialized in applying the products your lawn needs to be the envy of the neighborhood.
Our popular “Seven Step Weed & Feed” lawn care program will help thicken & green your lawn by using the correct amount of products applied by a Grasshopper Lawns Professional, on a regular schedule.
The most important thing you can do for your lawn is to feed it. A well-fed lawn is healthy, green lawn, this means it has a better root system to combat heat, cold, drought, mowing, foot traffic and other stresses. While feeding your lawn once a year will improve its condition, feeding it four times a year will make it even healthier.
Different grasses and different soils will require different fertilizers.
Some homeowners may be interested in using organic fertilizers on their lawn. They follow the same rules for elements.
Fertilizers come in liquid and solid forms. Liquids are always fast acting and must be applied more evenly. Solids can be both fast acting and slow-release.
If you put your lawn on a regular feeding schedule using Grasshopper Lawns, it will look lush and green, and your neighbors will turn green with envy.
Home Bug Barrier Services
We will treat the outside of your home with an invisible, odorless barrier that stops bugs from ever getting close to your house. Outside walls with cracks and crevices are perfect entryways for all types of insects; until our Bug Barrier is applied. Sneaky insects like earwigs love to hide in mulch beds waiting for a chance to find their way into your home; until our Bug Barrier is applied. Cooler weather in the fall can also signal to spiders to start looking for a way into your home to stay warm all winter; unless our Bug Barrier is applied.
Without ever setting foot in your home, a Grasshopper Lawns Technician will create a powerful Bug Barrier around your home. Because we are treating outside, you don’t need to be home!
Our Bug Barrier covers a wide variety of insect and their entry points and habitats around your home, including a strip all the way around your house, up the side of the foundation in your mulch beds, window wells, air vent openings, door thresholds and (where accessible) around and under your deck.