Warm season grasses like Bermuda and zoysia can be personal preference. Golf courses mow as low as 5/8” on greens and tee boxes while areas outside of fairways may be as tall as 3-4”. The lower your height, the more frequently you need to mow. Never take off more than 1/3 the blade length on each mowing. Cool season grasses like Fescue in our area need to stay high, around 3-4” for best results.
The best rule of thumb is watering each zone for 30 minutes 3 times a week. It can be adjusted for less watering during times of heavy rain or add more time or an extra day of watering during dry hot periods.
No. We don’t want you to feel obligated to stay with us if we aren’t doing our job. While we strive to have the very best customer service, we can’t control all situations. This is a way to hold ourselves accountable for your satisfaction so that you will not want to cancel our services.
Biological fertilizer is defined as a fertilizer containing NO CHLORINE, having an internal carbohydrate source and a salt content less than 200 lbs. per acre at the application rate. TDI has developed a special blend of Biological fertilizer that not only meets all requirements but also will help reduce weed, insect and disease pressure by proper mineralization of the soil.
Initially, we eliminate any problems inside your home first, to get rid of any existing pest issues and to seal off avenues of pest infestation. From there we focus our attention outside, where pests live and breed. We concentrate on eradicating access areas where pests can gain entry or where they might find food and water sources – then we create a barrier of protection so that pests won’t reappear.
Termidor HPII is a professionally applied termite defense product that is undetectable to drywood and subterranean termites. Since its introduction, over 4 million homes have been protected with Termidor, making it America’s #1 termite defense product.
Typically just a few hours is all that’s needed to dry the application if a liquid was applied.