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Types of Lawn Care to Consider for Your Home

types of lawn care

One of the responsibilities that comes with being an Ann Arbor homeowner is addressing the need for lawn care. Too many homeowners still think this is the type of task that they can take care of on their own. Unfortunately, this tends to be a mistake.

Lawn care is time consuming and takes skill and training to perfect. What usually happens is that an otherwise stunning lawn ends up being neglected and not living up to the potential it has. In order to make the most of your yard, find out more about the types of lawn care and options that you have for getting expert services to take care of your lawn.

Let the Pros do the Work

Some options that you have for your professional lawn care includes:

  • Lawn Mowing - A pro knows how often, what height and other characteristics required to get the job done correctly. Getting your perfect lawn established is just the start of it, taking care of it is what keeps your yard looking its best.
  • Lawn Fertilization - Regular fertilization is how your grass gets the nutrients needed so it can thrive instead of just survive.
  • Aeration - The root system of your grass needs to be able to get water, nutrients and air. Yet that can’t happen if compaction or thatches are in the way. Aeration helps prevent that from happening.
  • Irrigation - Your lawn needs regular watering, especially during the establishing stage. This can be done by either watering by hand, or using an irrigation system.

Meet the Lawn Care Experts

At Great Outdoors we can take care of all of this, as well as offer other lawn care services like organic lawn care or grass and sod installation. Our lawn care and landscaping crew work with both residential and commercial clients, providing superior service for exceptional final results.

We take great pride in the work that we do, which is how we have earned the impeccable reputation that we have. Give us a call today and let’s start taking care of your lawn so it can always live up to its full potential.


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If you need to know more about lawn care options for your Ann Arbor property, then please call (734) 663-2200 or complete our:


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