Answering common lawn service questions customers have is an evolving and ongoing task. If you do not find what you are looking for on FAQs page or on the specific Service Details page, please reach out to us so we can address any questions. This will help us develop more information other customers are asking too.
We do have a service agreement that mostly applies to most of our lawn service visits, please read Terms of Service Agreement.
Please check out our Service Calendar page to see all of our most important dates regarding our lawn services. These list Mowing stop, start, and summer/fall opt-out dates, Lawn Treatment rounds, Clean-Up times, and Lawn Seeding dates.
Yes, we offer full service lawn care to all of our mowing customers. A six (6) round fertilizing plan or a five (5) round weed control plan is required for regular maintenance services. Combine the two or add an insect control treatment to your plan for just the cost of the service, no extra overhead.
Lawn Treatments are a type of lawn service maintenance that will keep your lawn looking its best. Each step is designed to mitigate unwanted conditions and keep your lawn lush and beautiful. Above is an easy reference calendar to help take all the thinking out of timing each application.
After identifying your unique lawn service needs, customizing a lawn treatment plan to address them is simple and easy. We take care of all the details for timing the products and applying them at the correct interval.
Yes, we offer full service lawn care to all of our mowing customers. A six (6) round fertilizing plan is required for regular maintenance services. Add weed or insect control to your plan for just the cost of the service, no extra overhead.
We service yards on a six (6) week basis. Our treatment schedule runs April 1st to November 15th. Your exact date may vary depending on where your property is placed on our route scheduling sheet, however we begin on or about the dates. Press the button to quickly jump down to the schedule.
We are state certified in Iowa to safely apply pesticides on your property. The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship is the regulatory body that ensures we are qualified to provide lawn treatments on your property.
Yes! We use these products on our own yards with our children and pets. Most lawn treatment products have aftercare that is as simple as watering in the product, staying off the treated site until the product dries, or limiting exposure to area for 24 hours.
The service report will describe any lawn treatment products we used and what restrictions they have. Most products have aftercare that is as simple as watering in the product, staying off the treated site until the product dries, or limiting exposure to area for 24 hours.
Our Aerator will pull plugs up to a 2" depth and 5/8" core, however, soil composition and moisture level can effect depth of plugs.
Yes, having moist soil greatly helps the effectiveness of Aerating your lawn. However, do not water your lawn to the extent that is becomes spongey soft, If you water regularly that should be sufficient.
Only if you do not tell us before we come out. Before Aerating or Edging your lawn we need to be aware of your sprinkler heads. Please flag them or ask to do that before we come out.
Veteran Lawn Services
219 Fairview Ave, Council Bluffs, IA 51503
We are a proud Military Veteran owned and operated company.
Our goal is to provide our services with Professionalism, Quality, and Integrity.
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