Please remember to remove any toys or hoses from your lawn before each visit. We ask that you also refrain from watering the day we fertilize your lawn. If your property includes any gates necessary for accessing the lawn, we ask that you open/unlock these for our crews.
We do not require that you be present for our lawn fertilization service. Through our client portal, you can easily reference the day and time we plan on completing our services to plan accordingly.
After we perform the service, you will receive an invoice via your customer portal.
We do not include any insect or disease treatment for shrubs in our Lawn Fertilizer Program.
Yes, our staff members are licensed through the Kansas Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to safely and effectively apply chemicals to your lawn.
Yes, the herbicides and pesticides ER Lawn Care uses can be harmful to pets and children, as well as the environment. ER Lawn Care will notify you to stay off your lawn at least 1 hour after services have been performed.
You should see results within approximately 1 week.
We recommend you water your lawn to get at least 1 to 1.5 inches total on it per week. This includes rainwater. If you have an irrigation system, you should consider setting up a program to water 1-3 times per week to achieve this amount, depending on the time of year. If you are watering manually, water twice a week to achieve this overall amount.
We aim to perform our first lawn fertilization within a week of you successfully signing up for the program, weather permitting.
ER Lawn Care provides 6 total applications of fertilizer. We apply our first application from February 1 to May 15. The second application falls between March 1 and May 31, while the third application is done between June 1 and Independence Day. Our fourth application falls between June 1 and July 15. The last two applications occur between September 15 and Halloween and November 1 and December 31.