Is TruGreen Meridian Lawn Maintenance Right for You?
If you’ve tried everything to get your lawn to look like the other yards on the block—or maybe you just don’t have enough time or energy to put in the effort—our TruGreen Meridian lawn maintenance plans might be just what you’re looking for. Backed by our Healthy Lawn Guarantee,® our experts won’t stop working to give you the lawn of your dreams until you’re 100% satisfied.✦
How TruGreen Meridian Lawn Maintenance WorksIn order to gain a complete picture of your yard, our initial visit consists of a Healthy Lawn Analysis®✦ performed by our TruExpertSM certified specialists. During this examination of your yard, we test the pH balance of your soil to make sure that it’s within the recommended range for the type of turf grass in your yard. We also check for existing weeds, signs of disease and lawn pest damage.
Our findings help us formulate a plan of attack so we can get rid of everything that’s wrong with your lawn and make everything green, healthy and happy again. This begins with our customized fertilization treatments, adding nutrients—and lime if needed to balance out the pH levels—to your soil so your grass can reach its full potential.
Next, we treat your yard for any existing weeds using specialized delivery systems and a targeted weed control application. This kills the entire weed—plant, root and all—without harming the surrounding grass. Then, to prevent the weeds from returning, we apply a pre-emergent weed control to your lawn, ensuring that your grass can grow unfettered.
Additional TruGreen Meridian Lawn Maintenance Options
- Trees and shrub service. Protect your landscaping from pests and disease—we get rid of them now and make sure they don’t come back.
- Kill lawn-destroying insects. Our White Grub prevention and control service tackles the one of biggest problems found in Meridian lawns—this lawn-destroying larva of the Japanese Beetle.
- Aerate your yard. Both our TruComplete® and TruSignature® lawn care plans include an annual aeration service to help the roots of your grass get more nutrients, water and oxygen—while alleviating compacted soil—so that your lawn can grow to its full potential.