1. What’s Wrong With My Grass?

    The rain has slowed its pace here in Loveland, Windosr, and Berthoud CO and lawns are now beginning to show signs of poor sprinkler systems. If you see brown spots or patches in your lawn and the rest of it is green, the first thing to check is your sprinkler system. The heads may be turned the wrong direction, they may not be popping up, or they may be blocked by shrubs or trees. It is a good ide…Read More

  2. How High Should I mow My Grass?

    How high is too high? How low is too low? Mowing your lawn at the right height is important. Generally the higher you leave your grass, the better it is for it. Leaving your grass high keeps many of the important nutrients on the plant and protects it from hot weather. Cutting it at 3 or 3.5 inches is the optimal height for grass in Loveland Colorado, which is mostly bluegrass or fescue. However, …Read More

  3. Choosing The Right Lawn Mowing Service

    Choosing a mowing service can be challenging. There are many options ranging from the high school kid down the street to the multi-million dollar corporation. Here are a few (unbiased) tips: 1) Make sure they are insured. If your provider hurts themselves or someone else on your property, you could be held liable if they are not insured. 2) Check around the web. Most providers are on multiple web-…Read More

  4. Water Your Way To A Great Lawn

    The biggest difference that we see between a great looking lawn and a not so great looking lawn is a proper water schedule. Too much and you get a shallow root system, too little and you get brown and dying grass. So how much is the right amount? It depends on your sprinkler system but as a general rule you want to water no more than 3 times per week and no less than 2. Water deep, 30-45min and se…Read More

  5. De-What?

    De-Thatch! What's de-thatching? It's a very important lawn care service that rids your lawn of all the old and dead material that builds up overtime. We have been seeing a lot of thatch while making the rounds in Loveland, CO. It is very important for your overall lawn success to monitor how much thatch is building up in your lawn. How much thatch is too much thatch? You should have no more than a…Read More

  6. Ft. Collins Lawn Care

    Did you know that LawnPro is now in Fort Collins CO? This is our second year of lawn mowing and lawn maintenance in Ft. Collins CO and we are loving it. Don't forget we are also doing lawn maintenance in Loveland CO, Windsor CO, Berthoud CO and Johnstown CO. Give us a call for an absolutely free and no obligation quote for all our lawn care services.…Read More

  7. March Your Way To A Great Lawn

    One of the biggest keys to success for a great looking lawn all Summer long is to get off to a great start. Aeration, Fertilization, and the oh so important PRE-EMERGENT WEED KILLER all should be done in Early to Mid April. Procrastinating on these three lawn care chores could spell trouble for your lawn this Summer. To ensure your lawn looks AWESOME this year, give LawnPro a call in March to get …Read More

  8. Fall Chores

    There are many things to do around the house in the fall. Here is an important checklist before the winter hits: 1) Fertilize your lawn with a fall slow release fertilizer to feed your lawn during the winter. 2) Mow your lawn shorter to avoid a thatch buildup over the winter 3) Blow out and winterize your sprinkler system 4) Clean out your gutters of all the leafs and gunk built up over the summer…Read More

  9. When Was The Last Time You Checked Your Sprinklers?

    People often take a "set it and forget it" mentality towards there sprinkler system. By the time they figure out something is wrong, there is a HUGE brown spot in the middle of the lawn. It is a good practice to check your sprinkler system once a month. An easy way to remember is to do it when you get your water bill for. Make sure your entire lawn is getting wet. You should also be getting head t…Read More

  10. To Sod Or Not To Sod

    Lawn not looking so hot? It is sometimes a difficult question on whether to try and revive your lawn or just scrap it and start over with new sod. Here are a few guidelines before you rent that rotor tiller and take out some aggression. Cool season grasses that we have here in northern Colorado will go dormant in hot weather when they are not receiving enough water. If you begin a good water sched…Read More