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Do you want the extra time this summer for family and friends? Have Complete Lawn Care take care of your weed control, mowing, and sprinkler service. By selecting us, you will be getting a locally owned company with over 12 years experience and provides service in Tulsa, Jenks, Sand Springs, Bixby, Owasso, and Broken Arrow. It is not too late to get your yard ready for summer and have that beautiful yard you have always wanted. Request an estimate today online or contact directly at 918-605-4646. Is your sprinkler system ready to go this summer? Have our licensed irrigation technician run through the system, set timer for correct watering times, and make sure there are no leaks and you have everything covered.

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Want to have that beautiful yard this year? Now is the time to start working on it. It starts with getting rid of the weeds that are already popping up that are taking over your yard. Complete Lawn Care has a 7 step lawn application program that is GUARANTEED! You won’t have to guess on what type or how much chemical or fertilizer to apply to your yard. And you can have this all done for not more than you would pay to do it yourself! Call us today or go to our website to get a FREE ESTIMATE. Complete Lawn Care has been serving the Tulsa area for over 12 years and is proud of our A+ Rating with the better business bureau. We are a full service lawn care company so we can take of your mowing as well. Once on our website, you can view all of our other services we offer.
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Hard, compacted soil and thatch take away your lawn’s ability to breathe. They keep water and fertilizer away from the roots too. Let us open up your soil and help control thatch with power core aeration. We’ll create thousands of growth pockets to catch water, air, and fertilizer and increase rooting.

Some of the benefits of core aeriation for your lawn include:

  • Increased air, water and nutrient movement to the root zone
  • Intensifies decomposition of thatch and helps incorporate organic matter into the soil
  • Relieves soil compaction
  • Stimulates new growth and increase effectiveness of applied fertilizers and weed control
  • Improves drainage and provides a better environment for over-seeding

Call us today to schedule your core aeriation!

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If it does not rain within twenty-four hours after our visit, please water your lawn thoroughly. These treatments need to be “washed” into the soil.

A lot of factors determine how great a lawn will look. Weed Control and Fertilizer are just one aspect of achieving a healthy yard. Our goal is to provide you with a beautiful lawn by keeping weeds under control and supplying the nutrients needed to promote a thick, healthy turf. Many factors, including water and mowing practices, weather conditions, and type of weeds, play a role in a good-looking lawn.

This is an ideal time for planting as the warmer temperatures and regular precipitation makes conditions good for plant establishment. One thing to remember is to wait until the last frost is over before planting trees and flowers. This is a good time to check your sprinkler system to make sure it is working correctly and set to proper watering times. We now offer sprinkler service.

It may seem obvious but proper watering techniques are essential to an attractive lawn. The Occasional light rains or short downpours are not enough to ensure your soil has been sufficiently soaked. The best time to water is in the morning. This conserves water that would be evaporate if you were to water later in the day, but also allows grass to dry before evening. Grass that remains wet for long periods of time is more susceptible to disease development.

What is the best way to water my lawn?

Established lawns should be watered deeply, but infrequently. Deep watering once or maybe twice a week encourages deeper root growth, while shallow watering produces a limited root system and is more susceptible to stress and disease. Although watering frequency depends on the type of grass, soil, and weather, most will need at least an inch to inch and a half every week. You are trying to moisten the top three to four inches of soil which covers the root zone.

Until next month keep on helping us help you have a yard to be proud of!

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