When Do I Winterize My Lawn

Preparing your lawn for the long winter months to come is one of the most important things you can do to ensure lush, beautiful turf for the rest of the year. Utah experiences approximately six months of winter beginning mid-November and ending around mid-May. The experts at Big League Lawns Lawn Care follow a proven method of lawn winterization in Utah for optimal winter care and to yield amazing spring results. Our specially developed fall lawn fertilizer is locally formulated to benefit the specific needs of Utah's unique climate and acidic soils.

For help with special winterization problems, contact Big League Lawns. Our experts will help you prepare now to achieve the lush dense green lawn you want next spring.

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Residential and Commercial Lawn Winterization in Utah

Proudly serving both residents and businesses in Weber and Davis Counties; Big League Lawns provides seasonal lawn maintenance, including lawn winterization, and year-round lawn care plans. We understand that lush, well-maintained landscaping adds value to your home and provides a professional and welcoming appearance to your business. Winterizing your lawn for Utah's environmental conditions begins with an assessment of your lawn's needs, Big League Lawns offers a free lawn analysis to develop a game plan that will transform your yard into well-manicured, lush-green turf.

Fall Aeration

Aeration, also known as core cultivation, performed approximately four weeks before the season's first frost is the initial step in winterizing your lawn for cool-season grasses found in Utah. Essentially, an aeration treatment provides access to your lawn's underlying soil by perforating the turf and soil producing small holes. This process allows the top grass and root system to 'breath' with easier water penetration, air circulation and better absorption of vital nutrients for the root system to sustain the lawn throughout the winter until springtime.

Fertilization for Winter

Fertilizer applied in seasonal stages will help to build and maintain your lawn's rich green color and density to help prevent weeds and unwanted grass types, encourage new growth and better tolerate drought. Cool-season grasses grown in Utah like bluegrass, fescue, and bentgrass have very specific external nutrient supply requirements to prepare for cold temperature survival. Big League Lawns offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee for our services including the noticeable improvement your lawn will experience from our expertly formulated, local fertilizer.

Bug Barrier Protection

Winterizing your yard for the cold months to come may also include a fall treatment to kill and prevent bugs like ants, spiders, and other crawling pests. When the temperature drops, the bugs are drawn to the cozy warmth of your home. Big League Lawns offers reliable, long-lasting protection from creepy-crawly bugs with our Bug Barrier. Designed to kill pests on contact and protect your home's perimeter with a long-lasting barrier that will prevent pests from entering your home. Call Us Today at (801) 773-9999 to learn more.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Lawn Winterization

Contact Big League Lawn for Yard Winterization Services in Weber and Davis County, Utah

If you are unsure about preparing your lawn and yard for winter, contact us to learn more about our seasonal and long-term service plans or schedule a free lawn evaluation today. We can help get your yard ready for winter with beneficial fall aeration, fertilization, pest control and the final mow and yard pick-up before the cold hits.

Lawn Winterization Utah Homeowners can Trust

The goal at Big League Lawns is to exceed customer expectations by providing on-time service and lawn care satisfaction to make your lawn the envy of the neighborhood.

For questions about lawn winterization, call Big League Lawns at (801) 773-9999, or contact us here on our website to speak with a Utah lawn rehab specialist.

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