• Lawn Care Program

  • Lawn Care Program


    Our Lawn Maintenance Program is suited to fit your lawn's individual needs. We will help you identify the most effective techniques to care for your lawn. We offer a variety of services including core aeration and seeding, fertilization, broadleaf weed control, pre-emergent and post-emergent crabgrass control.

  • monthly applications

    Step 1
    • Granular Fertilizer 
    • Preemergent Crabgrass Control

    Step 2
     Broadleaf Weed Control 
     Pre-emergent Crabgrass Control

    Step 3
    • Granular Fertilizer 
    • Preemergent Crabgrass Control
    • Broadleaf Weed Control (Spot Spray)

    Step 4
     Broadleaf Weed Control (Spot Spray)
     Post-emergent Crabgrass Control (Spot Spray)

    Step 5
    • Broadleaf Weed Control 
    • Post-emergent Crabgrass Control (Spot Spray)

    Step 6
     Granular Fertilizer 
     Broadleaf Weed Control (Spot Spray)

    Premier
    Program

    standard
    Program


    This application is not included in the standard program

  • PREMIER PROGRAM

    6 APPS / YEAR

    STEP 1 
    • Granular Fertilizer
    • Pre-emergent Crabgrass Control

    STEP 2 
    • Broadleaf Weed Control
    • Pre-emergent Crabgrass Control

    STEP 3
    • Granular Fertilizer
    • Preemergent Crabgrass Control
    • Broadleaf Weed Control (Spot Spray)

    STEP 4 
    • Broadleaf Weed Control (Spot Spray)
    • Post-emergent Crabgrass Control (Spot Spray)

    STEP 5 
    • Broadleaf Weed Control
    • Post-emergent Crabgrass Control (Spot Spray)

    STEP 6
    • Granular Fertilizer
    • Broadleaf Weed Control (Spot Spray)

    Optional
    • Spring/Fall Core-Aeration
    • Spring/Fall Core-Aeration & Seeding

    STANDARD PROGRAM

    5 APPS / YEAR

    STEP 1 
    • Granular Fertilizer
    • Pre-emergent Crabgrass Control

    STEP 2 
    • Broadleaf Weed Control
    • Pre-emergent Crabgrass Control

    STEP 3
    This application is NOT INCLUDED in the standard program

    STEP 4 
    • Broadleaf Weed Control
    • Post-emergent Crabgrass Control (Spot Spray)

    STEP 5 
    • Broadleaf Weed Control
    • Post-emergent Crabgrass Control (Spot Spray)

    STEP 6
    • Granular Fertilizer
    • Broadleaf Weed Control (Spot Spray)

    Optional
    • Spring/Fall Core-Aeration
    • Spring/Fall Core-Aeration & Seeding

  • Why Spring Touch?


    We want you to have a great experience with our company. We strive daily to give you professional, quality treatments from trained lawn care specialists and with considerate professionals trained to take your calls.

  • 1.  Timing

    Much of the success of a lawn care program depends upon applying the proper product at the right time. We know your lawn's growing cycles and have developed a timetable for proper nutrition, weed control, and disease control. By timing our applications, we are able to keep your lawn looking nice and healthy, while preventing possible problems.

    2.  Fertilization

    Just as a balanced diet works best for people, the same is true of lawns - they need balanced fertilization to remain healthy. With properly timed fertilization, your lawn will maintain good color, density, and vigor. We apply top quality, slow-release balanced fertilizers specially formulated for your grass type in order to supplement the natural nutrients of your soil.

  • 3.  Crabgrass

    Crabgrass can quickly choke your lawn if not controlled. We apply a pre-emergent herbicide during step 2, which will prevent most crabgrass from germinating in the spring and early summer then we follow up with a post-emergent herbicide during Steps 3 & 4.

    4.  Broadleaf Weeds

    There are many types of broadleaf weeds, such as dandelions, clover, thistles, and creeping charlie, just to name a few. These weeds, if present, will be carefully sprayed with an effective post-emergent herbicide during Steps 2, 3, 4, and 5.

    5.  Core Aeration

    Core aeration is one of the most beneficial treatments available for your lawn. Aeration helps control thatch, improves the soil structure, helps create growth pockets for new roots, and opens the way for water and fertilizer to reach the root zone of your lawn. Annual or semi-annual aeration is advised for all lawns on heavy clay soils, those with a thatch buildup, and any lawn that needs to be "thickened up."

  • 1. Timing
    Much of the success of a lawn treatment program depends upon applying the proper product at the right time. We know your lawn’s growing cycles and have developed a timetable for proper nutrition, weed control, and disease control. By timing our applications, we are able to keep your lawn looking nice and healthy, while preventing possible problems.
    2. Fertilization
    Just as a balanced diet works best for people, the same is true of lawns – they need balanced fertilization to remain healthy. With properly timed fertilization, your lawn will maintain good color, density, and vigor. We apply top quality, slow-release balanced fertilizers specially formulated for your grass type in order to supplement the natural nutrients of your soil.
    3. Crabgrass
    Crabgrass can quickly choke your lawn if not controlled. We apply a pre-emergent herbicide during Step 2, which will prevent most crabgrass from germinating in the spring and early summer, and follow up with a post emergent herbicide during steps 3 & 4.
    4. Broadleaf Weeds
    There are many types of broadleaf weeds, such as dandelions, clover, thistles, and creeping charlie, just to name a few. These weeds, if present, will be carefully sprayed with an effective post-emergent herbicide during steps 2, 3, 4, and 5.
    5. Core Aeration
    Power core aeration is one of the most important cultural practices available for your lawn. Aeration helps control thatch, improves the soil structure, helps create growth pockets for new roots, and opens the way for water and fertilizer to reach the root zone of your lawn. Annual or semi-annual aeration is advised for all lawns on heavy clay soils, those with a thatch buildup, and any lawn that needs to be “thickened up.”
  • The Spring Touch Program


    Our lawn care program has been specially formulated to meet your lawn's individual needs in order to achieve a beautiful lush weed-free lawn. Here is a description that we recommend for your lawn:

    Here are the 6 treatments that are necessary to give you the green, weed-free lawn you are expecting:

  • Step 1:  April - May

    • Pre-emergent crabgrass control fertilizer (granular)

    Step 2:  May - June

    • Dandelion and broadleaf weed control (liquid)
    • Pre-emergent crabgrass control (liquid)

    Step 3:  June - July

    • Pre-emergent crabgrass control fertilizer (granular)
    • Broadleaf weed control (liquid)

    Step 4:  July - August

    • Dandelion and broadleaf weed control (liquid)
    • Post-emergent crabgrass control (liquid)
  • Step 5:  August - September

    • Dandelion and broadleaf weed control (liquid)
    • Post-emergent crabgrass control (liquid)

    Step 6:  September - October

    • Fertilizer (granular)
    • Spot spray of broadleaf weed control (liquid)

    Highly Recommended:

    Spring/Fall Core Aeration or

    Core Aeration & Seeding

    Core aeration is the removal of small cores of soil that allow air, moisture, and fertilizer to penetrate deep down into the root zone  of your lawn. Aeration helps your lawn breathe better and stay green longer.

  • Step 1: April - May
    Complete Balanced, Slow Release Granular Fertilizer Application.
    Step 2: May - June
    Dandelion and Broadleaf Weed Control, Pre-Emergent Crabgrass Control, Liquid Applications.
    Step 3: June - July
    Granular Fertilizer with Broadleaf Weed Control and Pre-emergent Crabgrass Control Liquid Applications.
    Step 4: July - August
    Dandelion and Broadleaf Weed Control, Post-emergent Crabgrass Control, Liquid Applications.
    Step 5: August - September
    Dandelion and Broadleaf Weed Control, Post-emergent Crabgrass Control, Liquid Application.
    Step 6: September - October
    Granular Fertilizer, Spot Spray of Broadleaf Weed Control, Liquid Application.
    Optional: Spring/Fall Core Aeration or Spring/Fall Core Aeration & Seeding
    Core Aeration is the removal of small cores of soil that allow air, moisture, and fertilizer to penetrate deep down into the root zone of your lawn. Aeration helps your lawn breathe better and stay green longer.