Commercial Pest, Weed & Fertilization
Keeping your lawn and landscaping pest free can sometimes require vigilance and experience. Our experts at Ground Control know how to keep your landscape safe and free of common pests. We understand the importance of regular landscaping and lawn care services and we can help you protect your property and your investment. Contact our team of service professionals to learn more.
Some examples of common lawn pests include:
- Centipedes / Millipedes
- Clover Mites
Our Commercial Pest, Weed & Fertilization services include:
Keep your commercial property free of weeds, minus the headache and hassle, by using our experts at Ground Control Property Management. We provide superb landscaping and lawn care services for our valued customers. Keeping weeds away can be an annoying job, but we’ve got it covered for you! Get in touch with us today to learn more!
Your lawn is similar to the human body, in that, in order for it to grow it needs proper nutrition. Fertilizer provides the nutrition your lawn needs to be healthy and resilient so it can remain green and vibrant throughout the seasons. Proper fertilization is an important part of any complete lawn care plan.
Here at Ground Control Property Management, we work closely with our customers to customize lawn care plans that ensure their lawns receive what is needed for them grow.
Although many people may not realize it, fertilization is an important part of many of our lawn care services, including:
- Flower bed/landscape bed maintenance —From tidying edges to planting flowering annuals to providing fertilization, mulching, and weed control treatments, we keep your landscape beds looking perfect throughout the year. Fertilizer is an important piece of this puzzle.
- Lawn care —Keeping your lawn green and luscious throughout the seasons requires fertilization treatments.
- Weed control —Many people don’t realize this, but fertilization and effective weed control go hand in hand. By making sure your grass is healthy and thick, you’ll be preventing the growth of unwanted weeds and plants. Most weed seeds won’t make it to the soil and those that do won’t receive sunlight or water. By focusing on feeding the “good” – meaning your grass – you will adequately starve the “bad” – meaning weeds and other invasive plants.
Have questions? Ready to schedule an appointment? Feel free to contact us at (616) 844-4021, or you can click on the button below to request your free estimate.
Have questions? Ready to schedule an appointment? Feel free to call us at (616) 844-4021, or you can click on the button below for a free service estimate.