As part of our Des Moines, Iowa and surrounding service area, residents in Cedar Rapids, IA can rest assured that your lawn care, fertilization, weed control, pest control, and aeration are in good hands when you hire Lawn-Tek. Our lawn care technicians are highly trained and take great pride in providing Cedar Rapids, IA homeowners with only the highest level of quality service. From regular lawn care fertilization and weed control to pest control and aeration services, our experts have the training and experience needed to complete any job!
Cedar Rapids, IA Fertilization & Weed Control
Yard work can be extremely difficult, especially when you don’t see the results you want. Lawn-Tek makes it a possibility for you to look out your window with joy, not having to do the dirty, back-breaking work of effective lawn care. In Cedar Rapids, Iowa, as the needs of your grass evolve through the course of the season, so do our lawn treatments. Our experienced lawn care technicians are masters at pairing the correct mix of fertilization, weed control, pH balancing, and more. This is crucial, in order to provide exactly what your grass needs to thrive and be healthy.
Cedar Rapids, IA Pest Control
In Cedar Rapids, IA nuisance and surface feeding pests are a big problem. These include: sod webworms, ticks, grubs, ants, spiders, centipedes, and more. We offer 4 pest treatments a year: early spring, early summer, late summer, and fall. These treatments are an easy add-on in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to our fertilization and weed control service plans, as well as an effective stand-alone lawn care service.
Cedar Rapids, IA Lawn Aeration
Soil compaction is a problem that most lawn care in the Cedar Rapids, IA area deal with. Although there are a few solutions, the most effective method is core aeration. Core aeration is the removal of cores of soil from your lawn. This is extremely beneficial in that it loosens compacted soil, so air, water, and nutrients can enter the root zone. Cedar Rapids, Iowa core aeration can also help you to better control the thatch—a layer of dead grass stems roots, etc.—that prevents water, air, and fertilizer from reaching the grasses roots. This can also aid in decreasing the amount of water runoff as more water will be able to reach its intended destination.