A Difference You Can See™!

There is an age-old saying, “First impressions are the most important.” Well, there is no better example of this than with landscaping. A property manager’s daily routine includes issues such as sprinkler system repair, demanding tenants, homeowners’ issues, parking shortages, and street sweeping, just to name a few. We know your landscaping maintenance is the last thing you want to worry about! Our commercial landscaping programs have been praised for their superior quality that is tailored to each property’s specific needs and budget. We tailor a comprehensive, horticultural approach for each site we perform commercial lawn care for.

By choosing WeedPro Lawn Care, we become your eyes and ears on each site that we maintain. Our property supervisors visit each site on a regular basis to ensure consistent and adequate service levels by completing property checklists each month. This creates a clear line of communication between our office staff and the field personnel. These regularly-scheduled functions are performed at the best time to achieve maximum results.


Our Guaranteed Mission Statement:

No hassles. No empty promises. Just great customer service!™

Alongside our detailed contract specifications and yearly Commercial Maintenance Schedule, our certified field staff uses the latest field communications technology to report potential site issues before they become problems, often before your tenants notice. Your personal property supervisor will then recommend and suggest upgrades based on the site’s particular issue. Your questions and budget concerns are handled promptly and your satisfaction with our commerical lawn maintenance is completely guaranteed.


Winter

December

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #7 November/December)

  • Leaf Removal from Turf and Landscape Beds
  • Blowing of All Paved Areas, Remove Debris
  • Perform Soil Test for Warm Season Lawns
  • Weed Control as Needed, Shrubs and Turf
  • Complete Spring Bulb Planting, Fertilize, Weed and Deadhead Flowers

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #6 November/December)

  • Tree Sucker Removal from Lower and Upper Sections

January

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #1 January/February)

  • Final Leaf Removal
  • Install Pine Strawor Hard Wood Mulch
  • Fertilize, Hand Remove Weeds and Deadhead Flowers
  • Post-emergence Weed Control for Turf and Beds

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #1 January/February)

  • Prune Crape Myrtle Tree
  • Winter Pruning of Shrubs (Based on Horticultural Requirements)
  • Tree Pruning of Lower Limbs
  • Cut Liriope Grasses Back and Ornamental Grasses

February

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #1 January/February)

  • Install Pine Straw or Hard Wood Mulch
  • Start Turf Scalping (Warm Season Bermuda and Zoysia Grass)
  • Apply Pre-Emergent Weed Control to Landscape Beds
  • Fertilize, Hand Remove Weeds and Deadhead Flowers

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #1 January/February)

  • Tree Sucker Removal from Lower and Upper Sections
  • Complete Winter Pruning of Shrubs
  • Cut Liriope Grasses Back and Ornamental Grasses

Spring

March

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #2 March)

  • Complete Hard Wood Mulch Applications
  • Complete Turf Scalping (Warm Season Bermuda and Zoysia Grass)
  • Complete All Liriope Grasses Cut Back and Ornamental Grasses
  • Apply Bed Pre-emergence Herbicides Applications
  • Fertilize, Hand Remove Weeds and Deadhead Flowers

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #2 March/April)

  • Complete Pruning of Crape Myrtles
  • Remove Die Back From Lower Limbs in Small Trees
  • Rose Bush Pruning
  • Fertilize Ground-covers

April

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #3 April/May)

  • Begin Weekly Lawn Mowing, Trimming and Edging
  • Start-Up of Irrigation System
  • Pre-Emergent Weed Control Landscape Beds
  • Spring Flower Installation Start-Up Depending on Weather Conditions

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #2 March/April)

  • Shrub Pruning of New Growth

May

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #3 April/May)

  • Post-emergence Weed Control for Turf and Beds
  • Apply post-emergent weed control as needed.
  • Fertilizer, Hand Remove Weeds and Deadhead Flowers

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #3 May/June)

  • Pruning of All Shrubs (Based on Horticultural Requirements)
  • Cut Back Spring Bulbs after Foliage Dies Down
  • Prune Spring Flowering Shrubs after Blooming
  • Remove Tree Suckers and Any Vines Growing on Shrubs

Summer

June

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #4 June/July)

  • Perform a soil test for fescue lawns.
  • Weekly Grass Cutting, Trimming and Edging Program
  • Post-emergence Weed Control for Turf and Beds
  • Fertilize, Hand Remove Weeds and Deadhead Flowers in Landscape
  • Complete All Flower Installations!

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #3 May/June)

  • Pruning of All Shrubs (Based on Horticultural Requirements)
  • Remove Tree Suckers and Any Vines Growing on Shrubs
  • Prune Azaleas after Bloom Cycle

July

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #4 June/July)

  • Weekly Turf Mowing, Trimming and Edging Program
  • Landscape Bed Weeding
  • Fertilize, Hand Remove Weeds and Deadhead Flowers

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #4 July/August)

  • Finish Pruning Azaleas after Bloom Cycle
  • Finish Fertilizing Azaleas
  • Pruning of All Shrubs (Based on Horticultural Requirements)
  • Remove Tree Suckers and Any Vines from Shrubs

August

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #5 August/September)

  • Weekly Lawn Mowing, Trimming and Edging Program
  • Soil Samples Taken Where Needed to Ensure Correct Balance in Landscape
  • Remove Any Bermuda Growing in Fescue Turf Areas and Prepare for Fall Seeding
  • Bed Weeding and Edging
  • Apply Post-Emergent Weed Control as Needed
  • Fertilize, Hand Remove Weeds and Deadhead Flowers

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #4 July/August)

  • Pruning of All Shrubs (Based on Horticultural Requirements)
  • Remove Tree Suckers and Any Vines Growing on Shrubs
  • Prune Hydrangea after Blooms Dwindle

Fall

September

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #5 August/September)

  • Weekly Grass Cutting, Trimming and Edging Program
  • Aerate, Over-seed and Fertilize Fescue Areas
  • Apply Pre-emergent Weed Control to Turf and Bed Areas. (Fall Weed Prevention)
  • Fertilize, Hand Remove Weeds, and Deadhead Blooming Shrubs
  • Possible installs of Fall Color Flowers the 3rd or 4th Week of the Month

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #5 September/October)

  • Remove faded crape myrtle blooms and dry seed clusters

October

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #6 October)

  • Turf Mowing and Edging Program (As Needed)
  • Complete Fall Aeration, Over-seeding and Fertilization of Fescue Turf
  • Begin Fall Leaf Removal from Turf and Bed Areas
  • Begin All Fall Annual Flower Installations!

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #5 September/October)

  • Fall Shrub Pruning and Shaping (Based on Horticultural Requirements)

November

*Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application

(Round #7 November/December)

  • Winterize Irrigation System and Turn Off
  • Fescue Mowing As Needed
  • Heavy Leaf Removal Process
  • Turf Grass Stick Edging (As Needed)
  • Finish Fall Annual Flower Installation!

*Tree & Shrub Program

(Round #6 November/December)

  • Shrub Pruning As Needed and Begin Winter Pruning

Commerical lawn maintenance shouldn’t be something that gets in you way. It should be something that you can enjoy and don’t have to worry about, so be sure to contact WeedPro Lawn Care today!