Lawn Weed Control Service

As homeowners encourage the healthy growth of their grass, they often create an ideal environment for weeds, too. Fighting weeds can feel like a never-ending battle. Pulling them by hand is time-consuming and doesn’t usually solve the problem. Using the wrong or too much herbicide for weed control could damage your lawn.

The most reliable weed control method is to call your local Lawn Pride® pros. We provide lawn weed control services by experts who are trained to identify the weeds in your yard. Once we know what we’re dealing with, we create an effective treatment plan designed specifically for your lawn. 

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Lawn Pride Weed Control and Removal: What to Expect

When you hire Lawn Pride for lawn weed control, you can expect a tailored approach that fits the unique needs of your lawn, on a schedule and budget that works for you. Regardless of the condition of your lawn, our experienced team has the expertise to find the right solution — a solution that leads to a greener, healthier lawn.

Being part of the Neighborly family aligns with our simple yet robust guiding principle: Get the job done right every time. It’s the Neighborly Done Right Promise™.

We Will Win Back Your Green Lawn

If you’re struggling with brown spots on your lawn, don't despair! We can revive your green grass in no time. We begin by identifying the cause of the problem. Is it a lack of water, over-fertilization, pests, or disease? Once we pinpoint the issue, we take targeted action to address it. Whatever it takes, you can count on your local Lawn Pride team to get the job done!

Our lawn care and weed control team is equipped to fight any type of weed. Some of the most common weeds found in homeowner’s yards include:

  • Chickweed
  • Spurge
  • Plantains
  • Nutsedge
  • Dandelions
  • Wild Violet
  • Ground Ivy
  • Clover
  • Thistle
  • Foxtail
  • Dallisgrass
  • Barnyard Grass
  • Coarse Fescue
  • Crabgrass
  • Goosegrass

Pre-Emergent vs. Post-Emergent Weed Control

Understanding the difference between pre-emergent and post-emergent weed control methods is essential to prevent and eliminate weeds effectively.

Pre-emergent weed control involves applying herbicides before weed seeds germinate, making the timing of the application critical. These herbicides produce a barrier in the soil, preventing weed seeds from sprouting and establishing themselves in your lawn. Typically, pre-emergent treatments are best applied in early spring or fall, depending on the specific weeds prevalent in your area.

Post-emergent weed control targets weeds that have already sprouted and are visible in your lawn. While these herbicides are designed to kill existing weeds, timing is still important. Post-emergent treatments are most effective when weeds are actively growing and before they can produce seeds or spread further. Regular monitoring of your lawn is essential for identifying and treating weeds as soon as they appear.

Being proactive with weed control ensures a healthier, more attractive lawn and helps reduce the need for treatments in the future.

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Schedule Your Weed Control Service Now

Stop spending your precious weekends battling stubborn weeds or worrying about using the wrong weed killers on your lawn. Your local Lawn Pride pros are ready to help.

Lawn Pride is the weed removal control service homeowners seek to reclaim their yards from pesky weeds. If you’re ready to transform your lawn, reach out today for an estimate on our weed control services, and save up to  $50 on your first service*!

*New customers can enjoy $50 savings on their first application when they sign up for at least five lawn care treatments with autopay. We're always introducing new lawn care special offers, so stay on the lookout for even more opportunities for savings!

Frequently Asked Questions About Weed Control

Every lawn is different based on the type of grass, geographic location, and the variety of weed and level of encroachment. The most reliable way to get information about your weed problem is to speak to an experienced lawn care expert from Lawn Pride. Below are the answers to a few of the most frequently asked questions about our lawn weed control services.

How Long Will It Take for My Weeds to Die?

It will depend on the type and variety of weeds in your yard. Our specially formulated broadleaf treatments can kill weeds within 10 days. Some weeds, like clovers and ground ivy, will take several applications, though. Using our pre-emergent weed-killing services will help you avoid those weeds in the first place.

How Long Do I Need to Stay Off the Grass After a Treatment?

After weed control treatment has been applied to your grass, it’s recommended to keep off your lawn for a minimum of 30 minutes. Ideally, it is a good idea to wait longer. While all our weed control treatments are EPA-registered and applied according to EPA regulations, they can be harmful if ingested and can irritate the skin. The products are designed to bond with the foliage, and only the sun can break them down. That typically takes about 30 minutes. After that, you are free to let pets and children resume outside fun.

What Other Lawn Care Services Help Fight Weeds?

Some basic lawn maintenance techniques can improve the health of your grass and diminish the emergence of weeds. Keeping your roots well-fed with regular fertilization treatments is one such method. Aeration and or seeding can also help to thicken up the lawn, leaving less room for weeds to germinate and take over your yard. Lawn Pride has special programs, like our 7-Application Program, that bundle all these services into one ultimate lawn care package.