Heartlands Overseeding Service can repair and prevent further pest damage to your lawn.
Adding new grass varieties to your lawn can give you the beautiful, lush green carpet you’ve always wanted.
Overseeding improves lawn health and appearance while preventing future problems cost-effectively.
I started using Heartland within the last year and am impressed by how reliable and great they are to work with. If it rains on your mowing day, they make sure you are taken care of the next morning! Great customer service, on a personal level while still fully professional. Their prices are low compared to competitors and still do just as good of a job! I'd highly recommend their services!
This company and its employees are the best! They provide excellent customer service. The attention they give to my lawn is above and beyond. I look forward to every Tuesday as my lawn looks remarkable. I have used them for other services and I have been equally pleased!
Best lawn service ever. They always show up on the day scheduled and do a great job. I also appreciate the offers for leaf removal and cutting down a small tree in my back yard after the first hard snowstorm. I highly recommend this company for your lawn care needs.
HIGHLY RECOMMEND!! I’ve used Heartland now for 4 years and they’re great! Their work is the best! If I ever have any issue with a treatment not working for my grass the owner himself would come out and re-apply the treatment. My lawn never looked better! Not to mention they have extremely good rates with their treatment plan. I highly recommend them to anyone!!!
You must be absolutely delighted with our services! If for ANY REASON you feel you’re not absolutely 100% happy with our work, I won’t be happy either! That means I will not rest until we make it right. I will immediately send my team to fix the problem, no questions asked. If it’s still not good enough, we’ll refund your money. That’s how strongly I believe you’ll love what we do. Let us prove it to you!
Our all-inclusive seeding and aeration service provides everything you need to achieve a beautiful lawn, including:
This machine cuts shallow slices in the soil so the seed can fall below the surface. Just as you would plant any other seed, grass seed needs to be below the surface to germinate.
Aeration improves soil quality by loosening packed dirt, breaking up thatch, and allowing water and nutrients to reach the root system of your lawn. Your lawn is only as good as the soil it’s grown in, and this is a great way to maintain soil quality.
We use hand tools to work the seed into the soil along edges, corners, and other areas our machine cannot reach. This attention to detail makes a big difference in the final result.
Grubworms have the potential to inflict severe damage to a lawn if left untreated. During their lifecycle grubs spend multiple seasons consuming grass roots before emerging from the surface as beetles. Our grub control is absorbed by the turfgrass and when the grubs begin to eat the roots, they consume the product and are eliminated. This method of control prevents the insecticide from harming other subsurface insects that can be beneficial to your lawn and the environment.
We apply a specially blended fertilizer designed to quickly establish new grass. It promotes root growth, lush green grass, and a beautiful lawn within weeks.
After we’ve seeded your lawn, it’s critical to water properly. We’ll provide you with foolproof instructions on how the get the new seed growing fast and proper watering throughout the fall.
The most important step in an over-seeding program is proper watering after the lawn is verticut and seeded. Grass seed is very vulnerable to drought after it has begun to germinate. To ensure that you get the best results, please follow these tips and guidelines.
When watering, keep in mind that sprinkler water output, daytime temperature, wind and other variants will alter your watering times and frequency. The following guidelines are “rule of thumb”, and you will need to keep an eye on the lawn to make sure that your lawn is receiving proper watering. The goal is to keep the top ½ inch of soil moist for at least two to three weeks. After then, watering may be cut back to once a day or every other day, again depending on weather and watering times.
Set each zone to water for 7-10 minutes, three times a day at 9am, 2pm, and 6pm. This should get you started. Keep an eye on the lawn and test for moisture during the warmest times of day by feeling the ground. If you still feel a bit of moisture in the soil just before the next watering is scheduled, this is ideal. If not, increase watering. Many control units, especially Hunter brand, has a feature that will allow you to increase or decrease all zones by a percentage without having to change every zone. This feature is typically located at the upper left of the unit. Continue this watering schedule for two weeks.
After the seed has germinated and developed a small root system, water can be reduced. Also, at this time, the weather is typically more rainy and cooler. While it is still important to maintain a moist top surface, watering can usually be cut back to once a day, possibly less. Continue to maintain a fairly moist lawn until your sprinkler is winterized, or early November.
For spring seeding: continue to water more than normal during the summer during dry periods. The new grass still has shallow roots and is susceptible to heat and drought. If it dries out, it does!
A verticutter machine cuts slices in the ground to allow grass seed to fall below the surface, where it needs to be to germinate and grow. It cuts continuous slices in rows that are just a couple of inches apart. When seeding, we always verticut the entire area two times in a crisscross pattern for excellent coverage. Our Full Service Overseeding option includes verticutting, as well as aeration, applying plenty of seed, hand tooling where the machine cannot reach, and starter fertilizer.
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