Professional Full Service Lawn Care

We offer a full service Lawn Care program including the following services:

  • Lawn Fertilizer and Weed Control
  • Grub Control
  • Aerations 
  • Guaranteed Slice Seeding
  • Hydroseeding
  • Professional Mowing and Trimming
  • Brush Hogging (Field Mowing)
  • Rototilling
  • Vegetation Control for flower beds, gravel driveways, and around fences and buildings to control overgrowth
  • Poison ivy control and elimination.

We will customize your program for your lawn and landscape needs.

We treat each lawn as if it were our own.

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Lawn care extends far beyond the simple act of mowing. It encompasses a broad spectrum of activities dedicated to preserving and improving the health and aesthetic appeal of your lawn. This comprehensive approach includes various tasks such as watering, fertilization, pest control, and more, each playing a pivotal role in cultivating a vibrant and thriving lawn.

The Importance of Professional Lawn Care

Opting for professional lawn care services can significantly elevate the condition and appearance of your outdoor space. Our experts not only possess the knowledge and skills necessary for meticulous lawn maintenance but also bring with them a deep understanding of the ecological and aesthetic aspects of lawn care. By entrusting your lawn to professionals like Quality Yard and Home Maintenance, you ensure not just an attractive landscape but also a sustainable and thriving outdoor environment.

Full-service lawn care is a holistic approach to maintaining your lawn, far surpassing the basic task of mowing. It involves a variety of specialized practices aimed at nurturing and enhancing your lawn’s health and beauty. Our professional lawn care services, with our expertise and resources, can transform your lawn into a sustainable and visually appealing outdoor haven.

Choosing the Right Lawn Care Service

What to Look for in a Service Provider

Choosing the right lawn care service is critical to ensuring the health and beauty of your lawn. When selecting a provider, consider the following key aspects:

  1. Experience: Look for a company with a proven track record in lawn care. Experienced providers are more likely to understand the unique needs of different lawns and how to address them effectively. We’ve been in business since 2010, and have earned numerous industry certifications to demonstrate our expertise.
  2. Reputation: Check online reviews, ask for customer testimonials, and talk to neighbors to gauge the reputation of the service provider. A good reputation often indicates reliable and quality service. We have a 4.7 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Google Rating/147 reviews and  4.9 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Facebook Rating/90 Reviews. Give us 1% of your trust and we’ll earn the other 99% 
  3. Range of Services: Ensure the company offers a wide range of services that match your lawn care needs. This can include mowing, fertilization, pest control, aeration, and more. A provider that offers comprehensive services can be a convenient choice for all your lawn care needs​​​​​​. Check, check, and check! We offer a complete line of lawn care and landscaping services to keep your home looking beautiful. (And, once you get to know us, you’ll want to take advantage of our other services to help maintain your home).
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We Assess Your Lawn

Our lawn care service begins with a thorough assessment of your lawn to identify its specific needs - determine soil type, grass species, prevalent weeds, and existing lawn conditions.

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Lawn Care Services

We offer a complete line of lawn care services to homeowners.


The Mission of Quality Yard & Home Maintenance is to Honor God with Business then to run a successful all-around company to serve local customers a High-Quality Service with Integrity and Morals.


We strive to be a leader in our market by performing Quality service that clients deserve, creating repeat business for our Lawn Care, Pest Control, Landscaping, and Home Improvement departments, in return creating opportunities for growth and advancement for our employees.


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Regular Mowing and Edging

Maintaining a well-manicured lawn is essential, and this is where regular mowing and precise edging come into play. Consistent mowing helps in promoting healthy grass growth and maintaining an even lawn surface, while edging defines the boundaries, giving your lawn a neat and tidy appearance. This basic maintenance is a cornerstone of lawn care and is crucial for keeping your lawn in top condition.

Fertilization and Weed Control

A lush, green lawn is often the result of careful fertilization and effective weed control. Proper fertilization provides essential nutrients that your grass needs to thrive, promoting vigorous growth and a vibrant green color. Concurrently, weed control measures are implemented to suppress and eliminate unwanted vegetation, ensuring that your grass remains the focal point of your lawn.


Aeration is another critical lawn care service that helps alleviate soil compaction. Over time, soil can become densely packed, making it difficult for air, water, and nutrients to reach the grass roots. Aeration involves creating small holes in the soil, either by removing plugs of soil or simply puncturing the soil surface. This process enhances the lawn’s ability to absorb water and nutrients, promotes deeper root growth, and overall improves lawn health. It is particularly beneficial in areas with heavy foot traffic or compacted soil. Aeration is usually done with a specialized aerator and is often recommended to be performed annually for optimal lawn health.


Overseeding is a crucial process in lawn care, particularly for rejuvenating thin or patchy areas of grass. It involves spreading new grass seed over existing turf, resulting in a the lawn’s enhanced  density and appearance. We have a very deliberate process for overseeding to ensure it’s effective to bring your lawn back to life.

Pest Control for Lawns

Lawn pests can cause significant damage to your grass, making pest control an essential aspect of lawn care. Common lawn pests include:

  1. Grubs: These are larvae of beetles that feed on grass roots, causing yellow patches.
  2. Chinch Bugs: These small bugs suck grass juices and inject toxins, leading to yellowish-brown patches.
  3. Armyworms: Caterpillars that feed on grass blades, leaving bare spots.

Effective pest control involves proper identification of the pest and then applying appropriate treatments, which could include biological controls or pesticides, to mitigate the damage​​​​.

Disease Management for Lawns

Lawn diseases can be as detrimental as pests and often result from fungus. Common lawn diseases include:

  1. Brown Patch: Caused by a fungus that thrives in high humidity, leading to circular brown patches.
  2. Dollar Spot: Small, dollar-sized patches of tan or straw-colored grass.
  3. Red Thread: Characterized by reddish threads extending from the grass blade.

Prevention is key in disease management, involving maintaining a healthy lawn through proper mowing, watering, and fertilization. When diseases occur, fungicides may be necessary to control the outbreak​​​​.

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Seeding and Sodding Services

Professional lawn care services often include planting and sodding, essential for establishing new lawns or repairing damaged areas:

  1. Sodding: This involves laying pre-grown grass, providing an instant lawn. It’s ideal for quick lawn establishment or repairing large damaged areas.
  2. Slice Seeding: Planting grass seeds is a more gradual approach to lawn establishment but allows for a broader choice of grass types.
  3. Overseeding: This is the process of planting new grass seeds over existing turf to thicken the lawn and improve its appearance​​​​.

Professional lawn care experts can assess your lawn’s needs and recommend the best method for planting or repairing your lawn.


Hydroseeding is a method of lawn establishment and erosion control that involves spraying a slurry mixture of water, seed, fertilizer, and often mulch onto the soil surface. This process is commonly used in residential lawn applications to promote efficient and uniform grass growth. The slurry, which typically includes a blend of selected grass seeds, adheres to the soil, providing a protective layer that aids seed germination and establishment. Hydroseeding is known for its cost-effectiveness, rapid application, and ability to cover large areas with minimal effort. It is particularly useful for achieving lush and even grass coverage on residential lawns, providing an effective alternative to traditional seeding methods.

These services form the foundation of full-service lawn care, ensuring that every aspect of your lawn is meticulously cared for. By addressing these critical areas, full-service lawn care providers help maintain the health, appearance, and longevity of your lawn.

Lawn Care Tips for Homeowners

DIY Lawn Care Basics

For homeowners who enjoy a hands-on approach to their lawn, understanding the basics of DIY lawn care is essential. We have many customers who prefer to mow their own lawns, but hire Quality Yard & Home Maintenance for their fertilization, weed control, and aeration to keep their lawn healthy and beautiful year after year.

Here are some key aspects to focus on:

  1. Watering: Proper watering is crucial. It’s best to water deeply 2-3 times per week rather than daily, providing 1 to 1.5 inches of water each week. This encourages deeper root growth and a healthier lawn​​​​.
  2. Mowing: Mow your lawn based on grass growth, not just a set schedule. Adjust the mowing height according to the type of grass and the season. Adjust mowing height to 3″-4″. Remember, the ideal time for mowing is a day after rainfall or watering​​​​.
  3. Weeding: Regularly remove weeds to prevent them from competing with your grass for nutrients and water. Early detection and removal are key.
  4. Feeding: Fertilize your lawn to provide essential nutrients. The type and frequency of fertilizer depend on your lawn’s specific needs and the season​​.
  5. Aeration: This helps to reduce soil compaction and promote healthier grass. Aeration can be done annually, ideally during the lawn’s growing season​​.
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When to Call the Professionals

While DIY lawn care is rewarding, there are times when it’s best to call in the professionals:

  1. Complex Issues: If you’re facing persistent problems like severe pest infestations, widespread diseases, or extensive lawn damage, professional help may be necessary.
  2. Specialized Treatments: Certain lawn treatments, such as deep-root fertilization or specialized pest control, often require the expertise and equipment that professionals provide.
  3. Lack of Time or Tools: If you’re unable to dedicate the required time or lack the necessary tools for proper lawn care, professional services can ensure your lawn remains healthy and well-maintained.

Knowing the basics of DIY lawn care and understanding when to seek professional help are key to maintaining a beautiful, healthy lawn.

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Lawn Care Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long does it take to get my lawn healthy?

It normally takes at least one full season. Depending on how thin and how many weeds and crabgrass, it may roll into a second year. The goal is to target the fertilizer to the root system so it will thicken up, which results in thick healthy grass. You will see results after 1-2 treatments.

2. Why is granular fertilizer better than liquid fertilizer?

Liquid fertilizer is a quick release fertilizer that gets mostly absorbed into the grass blade and causes surge growth. It does not help thicken the root system very effectively. It is a fraction of the cost to buy and reflects it in the results. The only good thing about liquid fertilizer is profit for the company using it.

3. Is all granular fertilizer the same?

No, even with granular fertilizer you can buy less expensive blends. The factors that go into the quality and price of fertilizer is: balanced fertilizer containing nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. You can buy it without one or more of these nutrients. Using slow release fertilizer helps continued root feeding to thicken roots better than using regular granular fertilizer that is not slow release. Finally iron in the fertilizer causes a richer, darker green lawn. Each one of these options add to the cost of the fertilizer, but this is how you get the best looking lawn in the neighborhood.

4. Can you prevent weeds from coming up?

The best control to prevent weeds is a thick healthy lawn which takes a little time. Although we can use Crabgrass Control to prevent weedy grasses, there isn’t a weed control that prevents weeds from growing. So the first year or two after we kill the initial weeds, more weeds will continue to come back (but will get continuous treatment) until the lawn gets thick. There are also different weeds that come up different times of the year. For example, spring weeds, like dandelions, and summer annual weeds, like nutsedge, all need dealt with differently and at different times of the year.

5. Why can I not mow the lawn low?

Mowing low causes the lawn to stress, stop growing at a normal rate, and leads to an invasion of weeds. It also burns the lawn up (causing brown dormant grass) because it allows the sun to hit the soil and root system of the grass leaving it exposed to the sun. Similar to, if you were to shave your head and go into the hot sun you would get a sunburn on your head. Tall grass shades the soil and root system. If your lawn is growing then it is improving. If it is dormant then it is declining. Also the higher you mow the deeper the roots grow to support it which results in a thicker, healthier lawn. Usually 3″ to 3-1/2″ is the proper mowing height. Never mow too infrequently which leads to mowing off more than 1/3 of the grass blade and causes yellowing and browning.

6. When should I seed the lawn?

September is the best month of the year to seed. The ground temp drops, we get fall rain and dew in the mornings to help the seed germinate and grow. It also allows the seed plenty of time to fill in and establish before going into a summer drought. Seeding in the spring is not ideal because the crabgrass control will prevent all seed from germinating and killing your grass seed. If the crabgrass control is not applied then the bad grasses will fill in and choke out the good grass that you planted. Only in extreme cases is seeding in the spring recommended.

7. Why should I do a fall aeration?

Core aeration helps thicken your lawn by releasing the pressure of the compacted clay soil and allows the root system an easy way to thicken up. It reduces thatch and allows the water, air, and fertilizer to make it directly to the root system when the root system is the most active. You get 80% of your root growth in the fall. Spring aerations are not as effective as fall aerations.

8. Should I bag my grass clippings?

No. Grass clippings are 95% moisture and 5% nutrients. They are beneficial to leave on the lawn. Do they add to my thatch layer? No. Leaving grass clippings on the lawn are not part of the thatch layer at all. Thatch is living grass roots and crowns that are growing above ground instead of growing underground and are bad for the lawn in many ways, and will need multiple aerations to correct. If you have any questions please call or email.

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