Mowing, Trimming, and Edging
We’re happy to provide weekly mowing service to keep your yard looking in tip-top shape. This includes weekly mowing, trimming, and blowing along with bi-weekly edging. Contact us today to get put on the schedule. The sooner you do, the sooner you can relax knowing your days spent toiling in your yard are behind you!
Fertilization and Weed/Grub Control
Victory Lawn Care can help you make informed decisions about which fertilizer program is best for your Lawn. Our team offers Five to Seven step fertilization and weed/grub control programs to keep your lawn looking optimally all season.
Every year we get customers who reach out to us for landscaping services like laying mulch in the spring or summertime. Enhancing your yard and landscape with fresh mulch boosts curb appeal and makes your yard look brand new. Let Victory help create the beauty with three great and affordable color options; Dark/Mocha, Red or Natural!
Bush, Hedge, and light Tree Trimming
Victory Lawn Care is the name to rely on for bush, hedge, and light trimming. Simply put, we are your one-stop solution for making your yard shine. Let our friendly experts work to provide you with the labor required to keep your yard looking beautiful.
During summer, clients and their families will take full advantage of their yards by playing, mowing and working on the lawn, which ultimately compacts the soil beneath the turf. This causes the roots to not grow as effectively because they remain near the surface and are more prone to drought. Lawn aeration involves removing small cores of soil from your lawn to reduce soil compaction and promote root growth for healthier grass. This is commonly called ‘core aeration’ in industry. Aeration is defined as the naturally occurring process of air exchange between the soil and its surrounding atmosphere.
Core aeration offers the following benefits to your lawn:
- Improved air exchange between the soil and the atmosphere
- Enhanced soil water uptake
- Improved fertilizer uptake and use
- Reduced water runoff and puddling
- Strengthened turfgrass roots
- Reduced soil compaction
- Enhanced heat and drought stress tolerance
- Improved resiliency and cushioning
- Enhanced thatch breakdown
Aeration is important in both the spring and the fall. Fall is when these grasses will be increasing their root zones to prepare for winter. The process of aeration will open the root zones, allowing new growth. Ideally, we recommend aerating your lawn at least once a year. This should take place between August and November, but if your turf is used more heavily or is growing on subsoils or heavy clays, it may require extra aeration in the spring. Pricing can vary depending on the location and project at hand.