Lawn Care for Westfield, Indiana
We know that there are many things the residents of Westfield, Indiana, would rather do than spend their limited free time doing yard work. Lawn Pride is here for you, so you can get back to things you enjoy. So spend some time with your family and friends at Cool Creek Park and Nature Center, or visit Downtown Westfield or Clay Terrace for a little shopping and leave your lawn service to us!
Lawn Care Services Available in the Westfield, IN Area
Enhance your lawn with Lawn Pride’s Fertilization Program. Our applications are specifically formulated for lawns in the Westfield, Indiana, area. What you get with Lawn Pride’s Fertilization Program:
- Pre-emergent – Our spring pre-emergent application creates a barrier to keep grassy weeds at bay.
- Weed Control – Tailored to for lawns win Westfield, our broadleaf weed control applications are applied throughout the season for season-long weed control.
- Insect Control – As an added bonus, we include two free insect applications to keeps insects from harming your lawn.
Grubs feed on your lawn’s root system and can cause unsightly damage. Our seasonal Grub Control Program is designed to prevent grubs from damaging your lawn. Best of all, our Grub Control Program includes a one-of-a-kind guarantee. Our unique guarantee states, “If grubs damage your lawn after taking our Preventative Grub Program, Lawn Pride retreat your lawn and repair your lawn back to its prior condition.” Let Lawn Pride kick your grubs to the curb!
Don’t let harmful insects, bugs, or critters take over your home and outdoor living space. Lawn Pride offers an array of pest control applications to solve your pest problems.
- Perimeter Pest– Let Lawn Pride create a barrier of protection around your home to keep pests at bay.
- Mosquito– Our mosquito control sprayed is applied as a mental mist across your lawn and landscaping that will control adult mosquitoes without harming the beneficial bugs in your yard.
- Double Threat– Our Perimeter Pest and Mosquito Control Program for total protection all in one.
- Flea & Tick– Protect your family and pets from disease-carrying insects like fleas & ticks.
- Mole– Our 2 application Mole Control Program is proven to stop moles from destroying your lawn.
- Vole– Don’t let Voles continue to wreak havoc on your lawn. Let Lawn Pride bring their destruction to an end.
Weather, insects, and disease can harm your trees and shrubs. Lawn Pride offers a wide variety of applications to enhance and protect the health of your plants.
- Spring Dormant Oil – Our Spring Dormant Oil is designed to protect your plants from damaging winter insects.
- Spring Fertilization – Feed your trees and shrubs with a Spring Fertilizer Injection to ensure your plants have the proper nutrients they need.
- Insect & Disease Control – Insects and diseases can devastate even the healthiest plants. Lawn Pride offers three Insect and Disease Control Applications to protect your trees and shrubs against damaging insects and diseases.
- Fall Fertilization – Our Fall Fertilisation is an injection of fertilizer six inches into the plant’s dripline that provides much-needed nutrients.
- Fall Dormant Oil – Sheld your trees and shrubs from harmful winter insects from Lawn Pride.
Why Choose Lawn Pride?
No One Knows Westfield Lawn Care Better Than Lawn Pride!
Lawn Pride has been providing the best-formulated lawn care program for Westfield, Indiana, since 1983. Our knowledge of grasses, soil, insects, and weeds in your yard is how we are able to make your lawn healthy and beautiful. Our deep commitment to customer service at Lawn Pride means that your concerns, questions, and needs are met with respect. We don’t just work hard for your lawn; we work hard for you.
Unlike our national competitors, Lawn Pride only services Central Indiana lawns. This enables us to tailor our applications easily for the specific need of lawns in Westfield, Indiana. Choose Lawn Pride and rely on our regional knowledge and experience to get the job done right and take the guesswork out of caring for your lawn!
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Common Questions From Your Neighbors
Is there anything I can do to prevent dandelions from growing on my lawn?
Although there is not any product you can apply safely to a lawn to stop broadleaf weeds from growing in your lawn, there are a few things you can do to help keep them out. Aerating and seeding in the fall will thicken up the lawn giving less room for weeds to grow to help to keep weeds out naturally. Making sure to maintain a weed control regimen will help to kill weeds as they start to germinate, keeping unsightly weeds out. To learn more about Common Indiana Weeds, check out our Turf Tips Page.
How often should I be watering and mowing my lawn?
Lawns in Central Indiana need 1-1.5 inches of water a week. That’s about 30 minutes of watering twice a week. Starting good watering habits early will save time, money, and water. As for mowing, it’s best to mow tall. The ideal mowing height for Indiana lawns is 3-4 inches. This will grow deeper roots and improve drought tolerance. Make sure to mow frequently to ensure no more than one-third of the total grass blade is removed at one time. Download our printable Turf Tips Guide.
How did I get a fungus in my lawn?
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. (such as Turf Type Tall Fescue)
- Mowing frequently at a three-inch cutting height (removing no more than 1/3 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)
- Aerate the lawn to allow proper nutrient absorption and break up the thatch. (where disease spores can live)