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Lawn Triage

Lawn Health Evaluation

Get your lawn the Green it deserves. Our extensive lawn evaluation starts from the ground up. We will test your soil for acidity and compaction factors. With this information we can recommend the right Soil Amendment, Fertilization, Aeration and Watering plans catered to your lawns special needs. We then identify your grass composition to recommend the right mowing length and schedule to help maintain drainage, sunlight exposure, and Weed control. Best of all, this Complete Lawn Evaluation is completely Free! No Co-Pay or Insurance card required.

Free Lawn Assessment

Here’s what’s included in our complimentary Lawn Triage package

Moisture Content

With environmental and global warming concerns growing among many concious homeowners, regular watering of lawns is less common than in the past.  Because of this, many lawns have trouble remaining Green and competing with Weeds for nutrients. We will identify areas of low or high moisture, so you can adjust watering to minimize waste.  We will also discuss the use of weather tracking and water requirements to use Mother Nature’s natural sprinkler more effectivley.

pH & Nutrient Analysis

pH is one of the most important blood tests performed in humans to determine optimal healthy conditions in our blood.  A healthy Lawn Soil thrives best in a pH of 6.5. An Acidic or Alkaline Lawn creates an incredibly difficult environment for desirable Grass Roots to grow, and the exact opposite for invasive Weeds and Crabgrass. In about 10 minutes we can provide an on-site result of your soil’s pH level, and recommend any amendments, such as lime, if required.

Light Determination

We have a test to determine whether key parts of your Lawn are getting the right amount of light.  Too much light, and your Grass will be stressed and more likely to have dry soil than the rest of your Grass.  Areas of Low Light do not receive the necessary nutrients for photosynthesis and need to be aided with fertilizers and increased Watering.

Grass Typing

Like Blood Types, there are many unique types of seeds used to build Lawns. Determining your Grass Type and matching it with a Mowing plan is a very commonly overlooked Lawn Care skill.  Here in the Northeast; most turfs are blends of Fescues, Rye’s, and Bluegrasses. Each Grass type thrives in different conditions, and grows at different rates. Knowing your Lawn’s unique build allows you to determine if Weekly or Bi-Weekly mowing is required, and what lengths would be healthiest.

Analysis & Results

Soil samples are quickly sent off to UCONN’s Co-Operative extension in Hartford.  In abour two weeks we receive a report on soil composition, pH, nutrient data, and more.  This report is forwarded to you along with our Bill of Health report card and brief translation of results.

Prescription

After several tests, and a brief discussion, your Lawn Evaluation results will be provided for you on an organized “Lawn Bill of Health”.  From this you can begin to discuss with us how you would like to proceed with one of our Lawn Healthcare Plans. Use the button below to request your FREE Lawn Triage today.

Local Soil Test & Lawn Assessment

Our Lawn Triage Services are available in the following towns:

  • Madison
  • Clinton
  • Westbrook
  • Old Saybrook
  • Essex
  • Deep River
  • Branford
  • Guilford
  • East Hampton *New for 2019!

The Details

Lawn Assessment

$FREE always

  • Full analysis from UCONN Co-Op Provided
  • Health Report Card with recommendations
  • Identification of grass type for mowing plan
  • Easy online scheduling
  • Results provided within 2 weeks

New Customers

15% Off

New clients will receive 15% off their first monthly prepaid bill for mowing or fertilization/weed control plans.

Also valid for large projects such as yard clean up, leaf vacuuming service, mulch install, landscaping install, aeration, or de-thatching.

Deposit may be required.  Monthly pre-pay billing discount on recurring services.

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