“Matt, I really appreciate you, you do a great job with our lawn care program.” -Mrs. Berrhurst-Hamilton “You are the first person ever to get my crabgrass under control. I am amazed at how great the lawn looks, it’s the best that’s its ever looked since I’ve lived here and it keeps getting better.” Mr. Rand- Ada “I just wanted to drop a note and t
AAA Lawn Care Referral Program We, at AAA Lawn Care, pride ourselves in helping you maintain a gorgeous, healthy lawn.  We want you to be the type of person who’s friends and neighbors ask “Who takes care of your lawn?  It looks great!”.  When you refer someone to us and they start up service, both you and that person receive a $20 credit towards l
Mowing Tips for your West Michigan lawn. AAA Lawn Care’s services such as fertilizer and weed control are just one aspect of a healthy, well-maintained lawn. Mowing at the right height and frequency is one of the key things you can do to help keep your lawn healthy and take the benefits of your lawn care program even further.  Mowing correctly mean
“Brian provides excellent service! He took the time and effort to take down a wasp’s nest that has been an eye sore from the peak of our roof.  We love your pest control service!”- Mrs. Anderson, Tun-Dra Kennels-Nunica “Thank you, Paul, Kallie & Lacey thank you too!” – Mrs. Bloom-Sparta “Joe, thank you so much for coming out and speaking to us.
The general consensus is that 2017 is going to be a terrible year for ticks in West Michigan.  There are three common types of ticks in West Michigan.  Blacklegged Ticks (Deer Ticks), American Dog Ticks (Wood Ticks) and Lone Star Ticks.  Ticks are commonly found in long grasses, brushes, wooded areas, leaf litter, etc.   If you happen to get bit by
“JD does an Amazing Job killing weeds” Mr. Said. - Mr. Gaskin – Spring Lake “He is very persistent with the mole control applications. We love having him as our tech,” Mr. Said – Mr. McDonald – Grand Rapids “I really appreciated Trevor removing the large branches from my lawn today when he did the application,” Mrs. Said – Mrs. Wiegmink-Muskeg
The National Association of Landscape Professionals was curious about how well Americans know their lawns.  Here’s what they found: Over 3 in 4 adults in the U.S. have a home with a lawn or landscape 94% of those had landscape services done at their home in the past year 81% said they did some of their own work 44% said they had a professional
“JD does such an excellent job with the lawn, when I heard about the atta boy board, I had to give him one.”  - Mrs. Ewing- Spring Lake “John was very nice & professional.” - Mr. Danielson- Grand Rapids “His lawn looks way better than when he DIY’d. Said Dan deserves a pat on the back.” – Mr. Karbowski-Grand Haven “Mrs. Wanted to make sure
The National Association of Landscape Professionals conducted a study about the importance of lawns to Americans. They found that the majority of those polled not only want a beautiful lawn but want to be able to spend time enjoying it!  Where do you fall? Overall, 84% of Americans find it important to have a well-maintained lawn 87% of Midwes
Your lawn gives you a great place to relax and spend time with your family.  But there is a lot more to lawns than meets the eye!  According to the National Association of Landscape Professionals, lawns can also: Create oxygen : The International Society of Aborculture found that one acre of grass creates more oxygen than an acre of rainf
In celebration of April as National Lawn Care Month, here are some interesting facts from the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP): A 50 by 50 foot lawn can release enough oxygen for a family of four. Turfgrass holds soil well and filters rainwater due to it’s fibrous roots. Just one grass plant can have over 300 miles of roots! S
Having grubs in your lawn can be very frustrating.  Damage usually occurs quickly.  It's unsightly.  Sometimes damage from grubs can be amplified by a hungry skunk peeling up your lawn to get a late night grub snack.  If your lawn has a grub infestation , solving the problem doesn't have to be complicated.  Here is some hel
We are proud to announce that AAA Lawn Care has been yet again awarded the Macatawa Watershed Project Lawn Care Seal of Approval.  AAA Lawn Care has provided lawn care services in Kent, Ottawa & Muskegon counties for over 30 years.  We specialize in lawn fertilization & weed control programs & outdoor pest control. To rec
AAA Lawn Care’s organic-based fertilizer program is called “Earth Wise”.  This program is a conscious effort to further reduce our footprint on the environment and to be as green as possible while still providing a beautiful lawn.  The Earth Wise system combines the benefits of both organic & synthetic fertilizers into one product.&nb
Spring has arrived!  For AAA Lawn Care that means more calls about vole damage in Grand Rapids lawns.  Voles, often called field mice, are small rodents that resemble a mouse but a stouter and shorter.  They are plant-eaters that primarily feed on grass and perennial-flower roots.  Vole damage looks like little trails or su
AAA Lawn Care technicians are seeing some lawns with signs of snow mold.  Snow mold diseases are caused by cold-tolerant fungi that grow at near freezing temperatures.  Wet, heavy snow on top of unfrozen ground provides good conditions for snow mold development.  It can also be active in the spring during cold, wet days (even after t
One of the most destructive critters we see in West Michigan lawns are Thirteen-lined ground squirrels. These squirrels can cause structural damage due to tunnels under patios, stairs, and foundations. However, their burrows are the most common type of lawn damage caused by Thirteen-lined ground squirrels.  These burrows are unsightl
“What are the qualifications of this lawn care company’s employees?” This is one of the most important questions to ask when searching for the right lawn care company.  At AAA Lawn Care, our technicians go through extensive training on topics such as lawn diseases, insects, environmental impact, grass identification, and weed identification.&n
Dethatching isn’t necessary for every West Michigan lawn, but is it right for yours? Thatch is a naturally occurring layer of organic material (such as leaves, stems, and roots) on top of the soil in your lawn.  It is healthy in moderation but, if too thick, can prevent air, water, and nutrients from penetrating the soil.  In most cases,
The Michigan Turfgrass Environmental Stewardship Program (MTESP) is designed to maximize environmental protection practices for businesses.  Partners in this program include:  Michigan Groundwater Stewardship Program, Michigan Turfgrass Foundation, Department of Environmental Quality, Golf Association of Michigan, Michigan State Universit
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