1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Power Raking

    What is "power raking"? Power raking is similar to de-thatching only with power raking the sod is not torn up as much. It is a process of scraping and collecting the dead material that lives on the bottom of your lawn. This material prevents vital water an nutrients from reaching your roots. Spring is the best time to power rake your lawn. Give LawnPro a call at 970-685-8382 to get a free estimate…Read More

  6. Landscape and Sod Installation

    When is the best time to do landscaping and sod installation in Loveland, Windsor, and Fort Collins Colorado? Anytime from March to June is the optimal time. It's been a slow snow year for us lawn care professionals. What does that mean to you? We're ready to go to work!! And we're offering huge discounts on all landscaping this March. In addition to our Price Match Guarantee, we are giving $300 o…Read More

  7. Water Your Trees This Winter

    Whenever you are experiencing a dry winter like we have now in Northern Colorado, it is a good idea to get your trees and shrubs some water over the winter. Wait for a day that the temp is above 40 and give those trees 2-3 gal of much needed moisture.…Read More

  8. Winterizing Sprinklers

    When should you shut down your sprinkler system and what is "winterizing"? Sprinklers should be shut down and winterized before the temperature drops below freezing on a regular basis. In Northern Colorado, this is usually in mid October. Winterizing is a process in which the sprinkler line is turned off and the remaining water in the pipes is blown out of the line using pressurized air. After thi…Read More

  9. Walk Test

    How can you tell if your lawn needs water? Talk a walk! If your foot crunches the grass, you need to water a lot! If your foot leaves a print for more than a minuet, your lawn is thirsty and you should water. If the grass stands straight up after walking on it, you're good to go and don't need to water. For more tips visit the weekly mowing section of our website and download the July newsletter.…Read More

  10. Thatch

    Thatch is a layer of living and dead organic matter that occurs between the green matter and the soil surface. If you have a thatch build up of over 1/2 inch thick it will create a favorable environment for diseases and pests. Thatch can also inhibit your grass roots and cause unhealthy grass. If you have a layer of thatch over 1/2 inch it is time to de-thatch your lawn.  Need help with de-that…Read More