Center Stage Lawns is here to make coming home a pleasure instead of a chore. Our crew will be on your property routinely with the know-how and the right equipment to get the job done. From week to week we’ll keep it cut, trimmed and looking its best all season long…and each time you come home. With Center Stage Lawns, you can spend your time relaxing in your yard, not working in it.
Our spring clean-up service consist of removing leaves and debris from lawn areas, cleaning out shrub beds, and ensuring that driveways and walkways are cleared.
Fall color is a wonderful thing’that is until the leaves start falling. Depending on the size of your property, you could end up with more leaves than you know what to do with. If they are not removed, leaves can even smother your lawn.
Pre-Emergent & Fertilizer – Prevents unwanted germination of crabgrass and various other seed-based weeds from appearing.
Broadleaf Weed Treatment – Controls nuisance weeds such as dandelions and clover.
Insect Control & Summer Fertilizer – Manages surface or subsurface pests, such as but not limited to grubs, army worms and sod web worms.
Fall Fertilizer – Adds nutrients needed to recover from summer stresses.
Winter Fertilizer – Prepares grass for dormant months and helps provide for healthier lawns in the spring.
Each application is priced according to the size of the client’s lawn. Other applications are available as requested.
Center Stage Lawns edges all turf areas next to sidewalks, driveways, patios, walkways and street curbs. We also control weeds in sidewalk seams and cracks. Our mulching service includes redefinition of landscaped bed edges and installation of premium-quality mulch to a depth between 1″ and 3″. This not only gives your plantings a nicer appearance, but it helps to regulate soil temperatures and conserve moisture in the soil.
• Increasing the activity of soil microorganisms that decompose thatch.
• Increasing water, nutrient, and oxygen movement into the soil.
• Improving rooting.
• Enhancing infiltration of rainfall or irrigation.
• Helping prevent fertilizer and pesticide run-off from overly compacted areas.