Lawn Maintenance

Lawn maintenance is a crucial part of any lawn care program.  Generally, most people, not in the lawn care industry think of lawn maintenance as simply mowing the lawn and putting down some fertilizer.  It’s much more involved than this, however.

Lawn maintenance includes five key processes to maintain a healthy, thriving lawn:

  1. Fertilization
  2. Proper lawn mowing
  3. Core aeration
  4. Over-seeding
  5. Weed control

With proper lawn maintenance year after year, your lawn will become healthier by creating deeper roots, thicker grass which will be able to retain moisture, control weeds by holding herbicides longer, fight disease and the lawn will look AWESOME.

Mowing, Trimming, Edging, and Blowing

Our reliable, professional, weekly lawn mowing service always includes edging and weed eating, ensuring your lawn and landscape will look fresh, tidy and healthy. Our equipment is maintained to ensure a clean, even cut for each mowing. We take pride in keeping your lawn looking its best.

Spring lawn clean-up and dethatching

Spring clean ups, dethatching or power raking are offered starting March 15th, or when the lawn is firm enough to rake or de-thatch.

Spring cleanups are designed around your needs and may include the following:

  • Raking/de-thatching the entire lawn.
  • Blowing/raking out leaves from flower beds, gardens, and shrubs
  • Mulching Leaves
  • Disposal of yard material
  • Blowing off sidewalks and driveway

Fall Lawn Clean-up / Leaf Removal

Fall clean ups and leaf removal are offered starting around Oct. 15th or when the leaves are falling, and finish falling, or whenever you call to have them removed from your property!

Fall Clean-up and leaf removal designed around your needs and may include the following:

  • Blowing and raking out leaves from flower beds, gardens, and shrubs
  • Mulching Leaves
  • Disposal of Yard Material
  • Blowing off sidewalks and driveway

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Lawn Aeration

Performed spring or fall, aeration helps to thicken even the worst lawns. Aerating your lawn puts deep holes in the soil allowing air, water and nutrients to reach your grass’s root zone. In addition, aeration reduces thatch build-up, reduces insect and disease activity and helps to reduce soil compaction. Further, it lessens water runoff, allowing more of your lawn irrigation to be used instead of wasted.

Lawn Dethatching

Performed in the spring or fall, dethatching helps maintain a lush, healthy lawn. Removing a layer of built up leaf debris and excess thatch allows moisture, oxygen and nutrients to penetrate the soil. As part of our service, all material is hauled away and dumped off-site.

Lawn Over-seeding  

Performed in the late fall through winter, over-seeding is done as part of a lawn renovation. We over-seed an established lawn at approximately 5 pounds per 1000 square feet. Bare spots are seeded at approximately 8-10 pounds per 1000 square feet. BUYERS BEWARE: this is where a lot of lawn companies will cut cost to come in at a cheaper quote. You get what you pay for: if there’s no seed; there will be no grass in the spring.

And More – Just Ask!

We service Commercial and Residential properties in the Rolla Area. Thank you for choosing Anderson Lawn Care & Contracting, LLC.  Please fill out the form on our contact page and we will respond to you within 24 hours for a custom Lawn Maintenance Consultation.

Contact Us for a Service Consultation @ 573-647-6928

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