We provide Lawn Maintenance, Landscaping, Tree Service, Junk Removal to Snellville, Loganville, Lilburn, Lawrenceville, Grayson, & Surrounding Areas.

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Scalping of a Bermuda lawn should occur in spring or mid-March, and could extend throughout the end of April. It's best to scalp away the dead grass after the final winter frost while the Bermuda Grass is still dormant. Your lawn mower should be set to the lowest height in order to get a good scalp of the dead grass. This will allow the thatch build-up and dead grass to be removed which promotes, a faster green-up & healthy grass.

Organic and safe weed killers is a popular topic nowadays.  With concerns of how chemical weed killers affect human and animal health, people are starting to look for safe ways to kill weeds on their property.  We also have concerns with herbicides as well especially ones that contain Glyphosate.  There have been studies conducted and some have concluded that it may be linked to cancer.  We have found a safe weed killer that is made up of


Bermuda grass is a very drought tolerant grass type.  Understanding a few key things about it is very importantant.  It needs a minimum of 6-8hours of direct sunlight in order to thrive.  Temperature is very important as well as humidity.  If either one of those are too low, it will cause the plant to be hindered in growth as well.  Sunlight directly affects soil temperature which is also important with Bermuda Grass.  Soil temperature activates Bermuda Grass as well.


Though fall can be a very beautiful site with all the different color leaves on tree and some shrubs in your lawn, it can also be an eye sore when the leaves fall and all pile up on your property.  Each year some trees shed all of their leaves in preparation to go dormant for the winter.  We can help maintain your lawn by removing excess leaves in order to give your property the best appearance and presentation for your neighborhood and home for the fall and winter season.

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