Winter has crept up on us, and so it’s time wrap up the lawn care season. Superior Lawn Care is still busy working during the winter, maintaining equipment and getting ready for next season. As we close out 2017, our staff would like to wish you a wonderful Christmas and a very happy new year. If you’re thinking of getting lawn care for your Pittsburgh home, or adding on services, we’d like to tell you about what we do and why our customers use our services month after month and year after year.
From the beginning of March until the beginning of December, we treat lawns around the Pittsburgh area to ensure that they are healthy and flourishing throughout the year. Our five-application lawn program is our comprehensive service. Step 1 includes custom blended fertilizer that greens up your grass by replenishing nutrients that may have been lost over the winter, plus crabgrass and weed
control. Step 2 involves fertilizer, weed control, and surface insect control. Step 3, applied during summer’s hottest months, uses slow-release fertilizer and weed control. Step 4 is specific to the fall growing season, and step 5 includes winter fertilizer. We also provide add-on services that keep your lawn healthy.
Protecting your ornamental trees and shrubs is a part of the investment that you put into your home’s curb appeal. We ensure that your trees and shrubs are healthy, that insects are controlled, and they are protected against disease that can harm or destroy your plants.
Our landscaping services are designed to save you time and money. We remove existing overgrown plants, prepare your beds, select and plant your greenery, and edge and mulch. Additionally, we perform hardscape restoration, including pressure washing, masonry cleaning, sealing, and deck cleaning and refinishing.
If you would like to use Superior Lawn Care’s services in 2018, give us a call in January. We’d love to help you, and we serve most of southwestern PA, including Indiana, Moon, Pittsburgh, Cranberry, Wexford, Penn Township, Upper St. Clair, and North Huntingdon.