Lawn Care for Plainfield, Indiana

Lawn Pride is proud to serve Plainfield, Indiana.  We know that there are many things you would rather do than spend your limited free time doing yard work. We are here for you, so you can get back to things you enjoy. So kick back and spend some time with your family and friends. If you’re wanting to get out of the house for a while, head to The Shops at Perry Crossing and get some shopping in or grab a bite to eat and leave your lawn service to us!

Lawn Care Services Available in the Plainfield, IN Area

Why Choose Lawn Pride?

No One Knows Plainfield Lawn Care Better Than Lawn Pride

We have been delivering the best-formulated lawn care program for Plainfield, Indiana, since 1983. Our extensive knowledge of insects, soil, grasses, and weeds in your yard is how we are able to make your lawn healthy and beautiful.

Unlike other national lawn care companies. Lawn Pride only services Central Indiana lawns. This allows us to tailor our applications easily for the specific need of lawns in Central Indiana. Take the guesswork out of caring for your lawn and depend on our regional knowledge and experience to get the job done!

We don’t just work hard for your lawn; we work hard for you. Our profound commitment to customer service means that your concerns, questions, and needs are met with respect and appreciation.


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North: 317-251-6800

South: 317-882-3200

Toll-Free: 877-963-3200

7740 Johnson Road, Indianapolis, IN 46250 Cities We Serve: Indianapolis, Fishers, Noblesville, Greenwood, Carmel, Westfield, and more

Common Questions From Your Neighbors

My technician left notes stating that I have a fungus on my lawn. How do I treat it, and is they a way to prevent this in the future?

Most fungi are fairly easy to treat. Many types of fungus can affect the grass. Some can be treated with an application of fertilizer. While others need a two-application fungicide program that will stop the spread of the fungus and cure the disease. Fungus spores can lay dormant for years waiting for the right conditions to activate them. Even though we can’t control all the conditions that can cause fungus to spread, here are some simple maintenance practices that can help lessen the chances of a fungus take over your lawn.

  • Choosing disease-resistant grass. (like Turf Type Tall Fescue)
  • Mowing often at a three-inch cutting height (removing no more than one-third of the grass blade at a time)
  • Make sure your lawn gets 1-1.5 inches of water per week and water early in the morning whenever possible. (giving time for grass blades to dry during the day)
  • To allow proper nutrient absorption and break up the thatch, aerate your lawn (where disease spores can live)

How short should I mow my grass?

For Central Indiana lawns, the ideal mowing height is 3.5 to 4 inches. Mow frequently to ensure no more than one-third of the total grass blade is removed at one time. For more mowing recommendation, check out our Mowing Turf Tips

Why is it some weeds will die off after one weed application, but others take multiple applications?

Unfortunately, not all weeds are the same. While some weeds thrive in cool temperatures, others thrive in the heat. Some need very little water, and others need excessive water. Our broadleaf weed control can kill most weeds with one application. Some more mature or stubborn weeds may take a couple of applications to kill off. Here are a few easy steps to help get the most out of your lawn:

  • Maintain a consistent lawn application program. Applications with long delays between each application can make weeds harder to maintain.
  • Be careful not to mow the lawn too short. Indiana lawn should be mowed at 3.5-4 inches, at the least. Mowing short can expose the roots, causing them to dry out and make way for weeds to grow.
  • Seed thin areas. Weeds can only grow where they have room. If your lawn is thin, an aeration and seeding in the fall will thicken up the lawn, so weeds have less room to germinate.

Cities We Serve

Rooted in Central Indiana, we tailor our services for:


Cities We Serve

Rooted in Central Indiana, we tailor our services for Indianapolis, Fishers, Noblesville, Greenwood, Carmel, Westfield, and more.