Topeka and Lawrence, Kansas residents can schedule their spring lawn care services now, before the busy season arrives.

The busy holidays are over, which means you will have some extra time on your hands. Well, in theory, that is. But if you are looking for some ways to get on top of your housekeeping, grounds keeping and general preparedness for the inevitable hectic spring and summer season, then we wanted to remind you that it is never too early to sign up for your spring lawn care services at Schendel Lawn & Landscape!

WeedZero, our lawn fertilization program, is designed to suit the needs of each lawn we service in a holistic lawn care approach. Contrary to popular belief, it is not just the application of weed treatments and fertilizer that goes into maintaining a weed-free property; there are many other factors as well. So while the lawn is covered in frost or perhaps a little snow, now is the time to think about what can be done to start the spring off with a lush lawn that continues through late fall.

A Schendel Lawn & Landscape technician will perform an in-depth lawn analysis to develop a lawn care program suited just for your property and lawn. We take into account things such as climate, insect problems, pet activity, weeds, nutrient deficiencies, and many other factors.

Starting in late February our WeedZero lawn care program includes six treatments so you will have no stress when it comes to your lawn maintenance. We also offer other lawn and landscaping services such as mowinglandscaping, and fall aeration and overseeding. From early spring to late fall, our lawn care pros will be in communication to ensure that your lawn is in its best shape!

So for those living in TopekaLawrence, Manhattan, or in surrounding areas, now is the time to sign up for your spring lawn care services. February will be here before we know it and you will be glad to have your lawn care through the entire spring, summer and fall taken care of. To learn more about our WeedZero program, contact us today!

 

Originally Published: 12/27/2012