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    We use quality fertilisers and weed control applications only available for the professional.

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    LAWNQUEST Lawn Cutting Service is available throughout the growing season on a weekly or fortnightly basis.

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    LawnQuest Lawn Care Service is an independent run business with over 20 years experience.

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Help Your Lawn to Thrive with Lawn Treatments in Port Sunlight and Spital.

Lawn Treatments Port Sunlight and Spital by LawnQuestFor your lawn to remain healthy it needs to have the right balance of nutrients. An important aspect of this is to start treating the grass early in the year with lawn treatments in Port Sunlight and Spital, so that by the time it gets to the summer months, when a lot more time is spent in the garden, the grass is strong enough to withstand heavy usage. Alternatively, if the grass isn’t looked after, your lawn could become patchy, brown and sad. Instead of having to treat a lawn that’s like this, in the long-term keeping it in tip top condition by feeding the grass regularly will save you time and money. LawnQuest can do all of this for you all year round.

Having not really grown much over the winter, grass starts to wake up in the Spring and that’s when giving it a helping hand is important. To help it to grow robust and strong through the spring and summer months, lawn treatments in Port Sunlight and Spital are essential. Feeding your lawn in the early summer enables it to be strong enough to withstand, heat and drought.

Knowing what treatments to use and when to use them can be a minefield and that’s when LawnQuest can help. We know what lawn treatments to use, when to use them and how much to use. Having this kind of understanding of lawn treatments in Port Sunlight and Spital will help us to build a bespoke treatment programme for your lawn. It couldn’t be easier!

More isn’t always better!

You have probably heard the expression “less is more” but did you know that this can apply to how much lawn feed you give your grass? That’s because it is possible to overfeed your lawn. If you apply too much fertilizer to your lawn, especially if the soil is sandy or there are shaded areas of the garden, lawn feed will seep out of the soil and into the groundwater, lakes and streams. While you could be forgiven for thinking you are helping the grass you could actually be killing it by overfeeding it!

With so many factors to think about including how much fertilizer to apply, when to apply it and what to use, instead of being a pleasure looking after your garden and treating your lawn, it can make the whole process very stressful. Instead of worrying about how to take care of your lawn and how much or little lawn feed to give your grass, leave it to LawnQuest.

Eliminating Moss in three simple steps with Moss Treatments in Port Sunlight and Spital.

Visit any garden in the UK and you are likely to find either a lot of, or a little moss, growing in the grass. It’s a common problem caused by a variety of reasons such as compacted soil which makes it difficult for grass to grow but provides ideal conditions for moss to take root. Poor drainage can also encourage moss to grow as well as shaded areas of the garden where moss thrives.

If your garden has succumbed to moss, it’s important to address it promptly before it spreads out of control. There are three simple steps that are part of our moss treatments in Port Sunlight and Spital – scarify, apply moss killer, scarify.

Scarifying involves more than just raking the moss it goes one step further, the rake used has a plastic cylinder in it which is lined with metal tines. This gives it the capability to comb the lawn while removing the moss and debris effectively. Once this has been done moss killer is spread over the affected area. Within 2-3 weeks you should be able to see the moss killer working as the moss will turn black. That’s when the lawn should be scarified again to remove the dead moss.

However, that’s not the end of the process. An additional aspect of carrying out moss treatments in Port Sunlight and Spital involves feeding the lawn after the moss has been eliminated. This will help the grass to grow healthy and strong making it more difficult for moss to take hold. It should also be aerated in the spring and autumn to limit soil compaction and improve drainage.

With our many years of experience providing moss treatments Port Sunlight and Spital, LawnQuest knows the best processes to use to combat moss. To find out more call us on 0800 112 3970.

Reliable and Regular Lawn Cutting service in Port Sunlight and Spital.

Mowing your lawn regularly through the spring and summer is the key to a health lawn. That’s because it encourages the grass to grow more thickly. This in turn inhibits weeds from growing amongst the blades of grass. However, there is a skill to cutting grass which not many people know and that’s why it is good to use a lawn cutting service in Port Sunlight and Spital.
For example, grass should never be cut too short. In addition, not every type of grass should be cut to the same length. Depending on the type of grass plants that make up your lawn, there may be a different optimal height to cut the grass to.

You might ask, does it really matter, it’s only grass, how difficult can it be?! The answer is “yes” it does matter. That’s because the grass blade is where all the food and nourishment is kept and cutting it back too far means the short blades can’t generate as much food. Interestingly, ensuring the grass is kept longer makes the soil is cooler meaning it is harder for weeds to sprout. As a lawn cutting service in Port Sunlight and Spital, we understand how grass grows and how it should be cut.

Having an awareness and understanding of all of these factors can be quite challenging and stressful and finding time to cut your lawn is another hurdle to overcome. That’s why it’s best to use a professional lawn cutting service in Port Sunlight and Spital like LawnQuest.

Contact LawnQuest today

Contact us to request a free lawn analysis and quote.

Need help with your lawn? Call: 0800 112 3970