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All lawns need feeding in order to maintain vigour. When feeding, we look out for signs of pest or disease apply moss killer if required. Regular maintenance is the best way to approach a lawn, and may avoid the need for renovation later on.
Over winter, the lawn does not grow much, but once the weather warms up in early spring, we can start mowing, and this is also a good time to over-seed any areas damaged over winter.
Mowing is the most obvious and one of the most important maintenance task over spring and summer. Mowing regularly keeps the lawn in good health. In mid-spring, we use a proprietary spring or summer lawn fertiliser at the manufacturer’s recommended rates. Feeding the lawn will increase vigour and help prevent weeds and moss from establishing.
There are a few things you should know about a lawn. Here they are:
The average homeowner spends approximately 4 hours per week caring for their lawn. Depending on where you live that is approximately 150 hours (cooler climates) to 208 hours (warmer climates) per year. Breaking that down even further that is 5 to 8.5 days out of each year.
Did you know that the average lawn size for a home is 1/5 of an acre
According to the 2010 National Gardening Association Survey, 22 million homeowners hire a lawn care professional to handle their lawn care and landscaping needs. That is at the lowest level it has been at in 5 years. Even more reasons to check out our crews at cleanallcrew.info.
A lawn, 50 by 50 feet (15.24 by 15.24 meters) (2,500 square feet) (232 square meters) releases enough oxygen for a family of four, while absorbing carbon dioxide, ozone, hydrogen fluoride, and peroxyacetyl nitrate.