Easy, Affordable Lawn Care Services in Madison
Madison is a city filled with history, culture, and entertainment, surrounded by Lakes Mendota and Monona. It has loads of parks, recreational opportunities, and museums for your family to enjoy.
With that in mind, why should you worry about your lawn? LawnStarter's pros will take care of the yard work, keeping your grass green and giving you peace of mind.
Common Grass Types in Madison: Kentucky bluegrass, fine fescue, creeping bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and tall fescue.
Spring Lawn Care Tips for Madison: Lay grass seed, eliminate weeds, core aerate and fertilize your lawn, and water accordingly. Lawns in Madison are prone to leaf blight, a fungal disease that affects fine fescue, creeping bluegrass, and Kentucky bluegrass. It makes the grass look dead or discolored, so watch out for it.
Fall Lawn Care Tips for Madison: Rake your leaves and put them into your compost. Aerate and overseed your grass to support your lawn’s strong foundation, and then fertilize to give it some nitrogen. Keep mowing your lawn, as cool-season grasses still grow in the fall months. Finally, get rid of weeds and pests.
Common Lawn Pests: European chafers, northern masked chafers, Japanese beetles, May/June beetles, field ants, greenbugs, and chinch bugs can all cause severe damage to your turf if left untreated. If you need help getting the pests under control, we're here to help.
Common Lawn Diseases: Snow mold, necrotic ring spot, fairy ring, summer patch, dollar spot, red thread, and rust are all a threat to your healthy lawn. Watch out for discoloration, and if you notice any areas that are affected, treat them right away. You can also reach out to us –– our pros will identify and treat the lawn disease so you don't have to worry.
How LawnStarter Can Take Care of Your Lawn: We offer a variety of services, including landscaping, lawn aeration, bush trimming, and tree care.
Go out and enjoy all that Madison has to offer and leave the lawn work to us. Start by installing the LawnStarter mobile app or going to the website. From there, provide your zip code and get a free custom quote. Once you're signed up, you can schedule, cancel, and modify appointments from there too.