As you begin to enjoy the cooler temperatures and vibrant colors of the fall season, it is time to start thinking how about to best care for your lawn to keep it green and healthy for the springtime. Fall is a crucial time of year for lawn care and maintenance to help protect your turf from the harsh cold of the winter months.
Feed Your Lawn. Fertilizing your lawn in the fall helps to provide the nutrients needed to promote root and grass growth, creating a stronger and more healthy lawn that can withstand the harsh winter.
Control Weeds. Controlling annual and perennial weeds in the fall can lead to a lush green lawn. You can kill weeds that are a common problem in the warmer months such as Dandelion to help prevent them from popping up in the Spring.
Mulch Leaves. As leaves begin to fall on your lawn, it is essential to mulch them into smaller pieces. This mulching allows vital sunlight to reach your grass, rather than being blocked out by a blanket of leaves. Leaf cover will not insulate your yard, and the deprivation from the sun can cause your grass to thin out and weaken.
With cooler temperatures and more moisture in the soil, the fall season is also an excellent time to repair damage to your lawn caused by summer stress, disease or insect damage. With Superior Lawn Care’s Fall Special Offer, we can provide your lawn with the treatments it needs to stay healthy throughout the fall and winter, resulting in a beautiful spring lawn.
Our Fall Special Offer includes Aeration, Lime, and Overseeding treatments to help you promote growth and strength in your lawn, helping to prepare it for the colder months ahead.
Contact us today to learn more about our Fall Special Offer and our other professional lawn care services that can help you achieve a beautiful lawn for the spring season. Current customers can take advantage of your Fall Special Offer at a discounted price by calling today to schedule an appointment. We proudly serve southwestern PA, including Upper St. Clair, Greensburg, Indiana, Belle Vernon, Wexford, Indiana, Uniontown, and across the Pittsburgh area.