Sparks TruGreen Lawn Care Services
Despite being so close to the gambling capital of the world, Sparks homeowners don’t always find luck when it comes to maintaining a green and healthy lawn. Luckily, our experts at TruGreen Sparks are specially trained to deliver top-notch lawn care aimed at tackling irrigation, nutrition and lawn disease problems.
What Lawn Care Services Does TruGreen Sparks Offer?Our Sparks TruGreen branch offers lawn care services that fit just about any situation you can think of. That’s why we start every customer off with our Healthy Lawn Analysis®? so we can see what’s going on with your grass. During this initial visit, our PhD-certified specialists check your soil, grass and entire yard for issues. Problems can include a lack of nutrients in the soil that causes yellowing or thinning in your grass, the presence of common Nevada lawn diseases like Summer Patch or Necrotic Ring Spot, or just your run-of-the-mill lawn insects and weeds.
No matter what the problem is, our TruGreen Sparks professionals will get to the root cause of it and set up a plan to get things back on the right track. We’ll start by applying a customized mix of nutrients and micronutrients to your soil so that the pH balance is more supportive for your grass. This can include adding iron, organic matter or nitrogen every 4 to 6 weeks as needed—we’ll know what to add and how long to add it from the soil tests we perform during our Healthy Lawn Analysis.
Sparks TruGreen Weed Control and Other ServicesWhile we’re elevating your soil to peak performance levels, we’ll also take care of other issues like getting rid of weeds with targeted weed control and pre-emergent herbicide applications. This ensures that current weeds are killed and future weeds don’t stand a chance. Plus, once your lawn is healthier and denser, weeds will have a much harder time establishing themselves in your yard.
We may also suggest aeration, which is where we remove quarter-sized plugs from your lawn to allow more natural nutrients, oxygen and water to easily reach your grass’s roots. Aeration can also present a good time for overseeding, which can be helpful if your lawn has thinned due to a lack of nutrients.