The spring is a vital transition period for many areas of our homes or properties, and lawn care is definitely among these. And while the Utah winter has stretched further than usual this year and has pushed back the traditional start of spring a bit, this time period is on the horizon – and early on, some basic lawn and yard considerations are important to be looking into.
At Logan Extermination, we’re here to offer a huge range of lawn and yard maintenance services to Logan clients in addition to our pest control and tree/shrub care solutions. Here are a few basic early-spring concepts to be looking at with regard to your lawn and yard, whether on your own or with our help wherever needed.
Basic Yard Cleanup
Over the last several months during this especially long winter, it’s likely that your yard has accumulated a lot of debris, from old leaves to damaged branches and more. It’s important to take the time early in the season to remove any kind of buildup that could be potentially damaging or unsightly otherwise.
Not only will this tidying up process make your property look cleaner and more attractive, but it also lessens the chances of insects or other pests coming to inhabit these places where they can hide.
Fertilization is a vital concept for a healthy lawn, and this is especially true during the springtime – when these treatments can go a long way in restoring nutrients that may have been lost over the winter.
These essential treatments involve applying different types of fertilizers to your lawns to help bring life back into them after the harsh winter weather has passed. Depending on what kind of grass you have, you can choose the best fertilizer for them, and our experienced Logan Extermination team is here to help with this decision-making process.
Initial Tree and Shrub Care
As you’re looking into the health of your lawn, it’s also important to take stock of the state of any trees and shrubs that may be part of your landscape. This early-spring period is a great time to get ahead on pruning and trimming these plants, as well as treating them against insects or other pests before full bloom sets in.
In addition, our team at Logan Extermination can help you with important concepts like identifying any pests that may have taken up residence in the trees over winter – and helping you to get their numbers under control before they cause any more damage.
Overall, the spring is a vitally important transition period for lawns and yards – and we at Logan Extermination are here to help our Logan clients make sure that this shift from winter to summer goes as smoothly as possible. For more information about our lawn and yard maintenance services, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today.