Big League Lawns is Committed to Giving You a Gorgeous Lawn.
How will we do it?
To take your lawn out of the Minors and into the Big Leagues we’ll send your lawn to spring training! This means we’ll put your lawn on a root development program. It’s simple, the more roots you have the less weeds you have – your lawn will be thicker & greener too! At Big League Lawns we use a balanced approach putting down the nutrients that encourage root growth and make your lawn more tolerant to drought conditions. Additionally, we focus on making your grass less susceptible to disease breakouts. This is done by using fertilizers that also have Phosphorous & Potassium at different times in the year.
Why is this different?
Many “Chuck in a Truck” lawn care companies use inexpensive fertilizers with high nitrogen rates and little to no phosphorus & potassium. This means you get fast color, but not a lot of root development. As a result, your lawn may be thinner and new weeds can come up each month. Your lawn may also look mediocre in the summer when you want it to look it’s best. Throughout the year we will use application methods that guarantee the best results for your lawn depending on what’s most advantageous for the current season. For instance, we will begin the year using liquid applications. When temperatures are cool, we can blanket spray your lawn. This enables us to kill weeds we can’t even see yet. Blanket sprays provide tremendous coverage and get you a fantastic head start heading into summer. When temperatures increase to near 85 degrees there is a risk of burning the lawn when spraying fertilizer at the same rate. As a result, we will switch over to granular fertilizers. This gives you the same amount of nutrients per 1,000 SQ feet, ensuring your lawn stays beautiful and green during the months you play in the yard the most. Some lawn care companies, however, do not use granular in the summer. How do they keep from burning the lawn when it gets hot? If you reduce the amount of nitrogen you apply to the lawn you can reduce the risk of burning it when spraying. However, your customers get less fertilizer than they received in the spring & fall, yet their bill remains the same!
Putting you first:
At BLL, we do not believe taking shortcuts is in the best interest of the customer or the lawn. Just take a drive down the street and see a neighbors lawn in the summer that uses a “Chuck in a Truck” lawn care provider. At times you may see uneven color, drought conditions, and weeds – right when they want their lawn to look its best! Putting you first means we sometimes have to work harder when it’s hotter. It may mean investing more in equipment that can accommodate liquid tanks and dry products at the same time. It may also mean spending more on the right products and professional equipment that is versatile enough to provide more than one application method. In the end, it’s what takes your lawn out of the minor leagues and into the Big Leagues!