Top Dressing is the act of adding a material to the surface of your turf to enhance its quality and appearance.
1. Leveling the Turf
2. Appearance of the Turf
3. Health of the Turf
The catalyst to achieving our focused results (Leveling,Appearance and Healthy turf) is the Preparation of that turf prior to any top dressing activities!
We adjust your sprinklers to prevent over or under watering on your lawn. If your sprinkler heads are not properly adjusted, they may end up causing puddles and overwatering or not watering specific parts of your lawn at all.
Utah lawns tend to have clay soils making them very hard and compacted. Our State of the Art Core & Deep Tine Aeration Service was created to solve this problem allowing reverse compaction and a deeper rooting system for your grass
We apply all the fertilizer required for your lawn to receive the nutrients essential to the growth and health of your lawn. We use specialized products to keep it healthy while mowed short.
Dethatching, scarifying & verticutting removes a thick layer of decaying lawn material so air, water, nutrients, and fertilizer can reach the soil better, plus your lawn can drain more effectively
The process utilizes a piece of machinery called a slice seeder to make ½ inch to 1-inch deep slices in the ground with its vertical blades. Grass seed is then dropped into these slices. By creating these deep slices, the seed ends up in contact with the soil, where it will germinate best..
Scalping is the process of scalping the lawn down to remove the dead and dormant parts of the leaf and thin out the thatch layer at the beginning of the growing season.– State-of-the-art commercial Walker Mowers – Remove thatch and debris – See a major difference immediately
Clean cut. Because of the design of reel mowers, the reel and bed knife create a scissor cut that is much different than the machete cut that is done by rotary mowers. This helps to keep the grass healthy and does not fray the top edge of the grass like rotary mowers - which can open the blade of grass to disease.