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    100% Green Guarantee

    At Lawnsafe we will ensure that your lawn is in a perfect condition – whatever the weather. All you need to do it make sure that you water and mow your lawn correctly.
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    Common Problems

    Your garden is an intricately balanced ecosystem. If an aspect falls out of balance, it may have a profound effect on the health and look of the rest of your garden. Your lawn is no different – and unfortunately disease can strike in the blink of an eye.
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Maintaining Grass

Tips For Maintaining Grass

Maintaining grass should not be a hassle, and yet, so many people struggle to keep their lawns in tip-top condition. Apart from our wide range of services geared towards maintaining grass, we also provide regular tips to help you grow, maintain, and restore your grass.

A few tips are shared below to help you with the process of maintaining grass. In addition, visit our services section to get an overview of the many services we offer to make the process even easier.

Tip 1 – Restoration before Maintenance

Attempting to maintain a lawn in poor condition is much like maintaining a car that is old and worn out. You will spend all your time in removing weeds, just to have them back the next week. First things first – restore the natural beauty of your lawn by removing weeds, using fertilizer mixes according to the pH requirements, adding top soil, cutting the grass to the correct length, watering the garden and doing a bit of aeration. The above part is best handled by experts such as LawnSafe. Once the lawn is in tip-top condition, it will be walk in the park to keep it in that condition; especially if you let us handle all the hard work.

Tip 2 – Regular Maintenance is better than Intensive Irregular Maintenance

Have you ever left your garden unattended for a period of a month? Have you seen the results and the hard work required to get it back into shape after a few rain sessions and no mowing? Rather than working hard every few weeks to get it back to a fair state, spend a bit of time daily to keep the garden wet and once weekly remove the unwanted weeds. Keep the grass short, but please don’t cut the grass too short. Only cut one third of the grass blade length at a time. If you do not mow the lawn regularly, you will find that you will have to cut more than a third of the grass blade length. This will mean more weeds and less sturdy grass.

If you need help in maintaining grass, contact us immediately. We will not only restore your lawn, but also ensure that it stays in shape throughout the year.

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