Lawn Doctor Prepares MetroWest and Worcester Markets for Spring
The most trusted and proven brand in lawn care launches specialized, warmer weather services for the suburban Boston area
BOSTON, Mass. (PRWEB) April 14, 2015 - Lawn Doctor of MetroWest and Worcester County is now offering specialized services to better sustain residential lawns during the warmer weather seasons. With spring in full swing and summer fast approaching, the MetroWest and Worcester areas of Massachusetts are facing the repercussions of issues related to winter damage, snow mold and insect and pest infestations.
“From eradicating snow mold and other winter damages to controlling ticks and mosquitos, there is a lot a homeowner should be doing this time of year to ensure their lawn is in top condition, but that takes time and experience,” said Glenn Farrell, Lawn Doctor of MetroWest and Worcester County owner. “We are committed to helping the residents of MetroWest and Worcester County protect their lawns year-round with our Yard Armour program, as well as pricing that beats our competitors by 10 percent.”
With cold, snowy and long winters, Massachusetts residents are faced with a unique set of challenges when it pertains to lawn care. As snow melts, it can reveal the damages of fungi – or snow mold – which is both unsightly and dangerous to the health of your lawn. Leaving behind thick, discolored patches, the best remedy is to conduct landscaping treatments before the lawn comes completely out of winter dormancy. The harshness of MetroWest and Worcester County winters can also wreak havoc on plants and trees, with the damage leaving them unable to produce new growth throughout the warmer months. By electing to fertilize now, homeowners can help in the recovery process of their plants and trees, and early pruning can help them heal from injury caused by snow and ice.
“Restoring lawns after harsh winters can prove time consuming, putting a burden on homeowners,” said Farrell. “At Lawn Doctor, we are experts in repairing landscapes with specialized services such as Root-Level Fertilization that supplies plants and trees with the optimal amount of nutrients through injection. By having this and other specialized services performed now, homeowners can enjoy a healthy, lush lawn throughout the rest of the year.”
As temperatures rise, another lawn issue faced by MetroWest and Worcester County residents is the influx of pests such as ticks and mosquitos. Not only are these insects irritating, they can also be hazardous to your family’s comfort and well-being, easily being carried from the lawn and into the home by clothing, shoes or pets. In order to protect both the lawn and home, it is recommended that owners take precautions now by implementing specialized treatments to control pests. While there are numerous treatment options available on the market, many consist of chemicals that could be just as damaging as the ticks and mosquitos themselves.
“With Lawn Doctor’s Yard Armour program, lawns are protected from pests through the use of an 100 percent organic product that dissolves insect eggs and larvae, eliminating the next generation of these pests and creating a barrier of entry for flying and crawling insects, as well,” said Farrell. “We schedule applications at peak infestation times in an effort to achieve optimal results for your lawn, year after year.”
Lawn Doctor of MetroWest and Worcester County is a division of Lawn Doctor, Inc., founded in 1967 and now one of the nation’s top lawn care franchises, caring for more than one billion square feet of turf. Owned by seasoned Lawn Doctor franchise owners Jeff Angus and Glenn Farrell, the division offers unique lawn care services such as the Hybrid Lawn Program which uses a mix of organic fertilizers and targeted weed control. The franchise can also tailor the type of care provided based on the season, offering Power Seeding, pH balancing, tree and shrub service and organic lawn care, as well as organic mosquito and tick control. Competitive pricing is always available, as well as free on-site evaluations.
To find out more about Lawn Doctor of MetroWest and Worcester County, visit http://www.lawndoctormetrowest.com or call 978-592-2237.
About Lawn Doctor of MetroWest and Worcester County
A division of the largest franchise in the Lawn Doctor system, Lawn Doctor of MetroWest and Worcester County is committed to providing unsurpassed lawn care service to the MetroWest area. Operating under the virtue that strong relationships are the cornerstone of success, Lawn Doctor of MetroWest and Worcester County makes customer satisfaction their main objective. Able to handle every aspect of your home’s lawn care needs, Lawn Doctor of MetroWest and Worcester County wants to help make your lawn the best on the block. For more information, visit http://www.lawndoctormetrowest.com or call 978-592-2237.
SOURCE Lawn Doctor of MetroWest and Worcester County
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