Lawn Care

lawn care services for an unhealthy lawn

  A healthy lawn is green, thick, and cool, and it invites you to take off your shoes and walk barefoot on it. It’s where you teach your son how to throw a curveball or your daughter how to kick a soccer ball. A beautiful lawn shows you have pride in your home and community.…

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Pacific Northwest Lawn-Care

Aerate compacted soil: Most lawns have trouble growing in compacted soil (many weeds, unfortunately, thrive in it). If you need to or want to aerate, do so in spring — when your grass is actively growing.

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