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We Make it Easy

We know that finding a lawn care company can be difficult sometimes.  When you call or e mail Kansas City Lawn Care we will either answer our phone, or get back to you in a short period of time.  


Most of the time we can give you a free estimate and cut your lawn the following day. We do our best to provide the best customer service we can. We care about each and every lawn we have.

Kansas City Lawn Care Tips

Winter in the Rye

One of the biggest reasons behind why Kansas City home owners decide to overseed their lawn is because of their huge desire to ensure that they will have green grass all throughout the winter season. Especially for people who grow warm-season lawns, but decide to overseed their lawn with cool-season grass varieties once the cold […]

Professional Leaf Removal

Autumn can give people a delightful respite after a long, hot, and tiring summer. In most areas of the country, autumn’s benefits include a cooler, more comfortable weather for different outdoorsy activities like apple picking, football, and of course, outdoor photography—mostly because the leaves change colors from green to beautiful reds, oranges, and yellows in […]

Kansas City Lawn Care Service Description

Lawn Mowing

Lawn mowing service consists of professional mowing, trimming, edging and blowing. The lawn is mowed to its recommended height, trimming is performed around all necessary objects, and grass clippings are blown off of paved surfaces. Proper lawn mowing is the keystone to a properly maintained lawn in Kansas City and we have the resources and knowledge to make sure your needs are met.  Not only will we mow your lawn in a professional manner, but you can count on us to shown up every week to cut your grass.  Kansas City Lawn Care takes pride in being extremely reliable.


Lawn Fertilization

Fertilization programs are developed to sustain the health of your lawn. Yearly lawn fertilization consists of four key applications. Two springtime applications reduce weeds, help the lawn recover from winter, and prepare the lawn for the stress of summer. An early fall or late summer application helps the lawn recover from summer damage and provides essential nutrients during the peak growth period. A late fall application contributes to root development and helps protect the lawn when overwintering.


Weed Control

Weed control programs can be customized but our basic program consists of two applications of weed spray along with two pre-emergent applications that are found within the spring fertilizations. A spring weed spray targets cool season broadleaf weeds that have already germinated. Selective applications to control nutsedge and crabgrass is then applied as the weeds develop later in the season. Different weeds germinate in different seasons under different conditions and Kansas City Lawn Care will work with you to develop the weed control program that fulfills your lawn’s needs.


Aeration and Overseeding

Aeration of a lawn is necessary when over compaction due to frequent use occurs. Our lawn aeration service covers your entire lawn and focuses on severely damaged areas with multiple passes to ensure proper aeration is achieved. Overseeding in conjunction with core aeration will provide a greater recovery and quickly fill gaps in a lawn. When overseeding is performed after aeration the grass seed will drop down into the holes to both fill empty space and germinate from a more nutrient rich starting point.


Mulch Delivery and Installation

Mulch helps protects your plants from weather extremes and provides a better environment for your plants to grow. Mulch installation is performed professionally to ensure that correct mulch levels are met to both help protect your plants and reduce the amount of labor required to maintain landscape areas. If you would like to install the mulch yourself Kansas City Lawn Care also provide mulch delivery.



Spring Cleanup

Get the lawn season started off right with a spring cleanup. Spring Cleanups can be customized to fit your needs. Kansas City Lawn Care's standard service includes removing leaves, twigs and other debris that has accumulated over the winter months from all landscaped and open areas. The lawn is cleared of all remaining debris and mowed.



Leaf Removal

Leaves that are left on the lawn for too long will cause damage to the grass. Leaf removal consists of removing fallen leaves from all lawn, landscaped, paved, and other specified areas. The leaves are then brought to the curb and vacuumed or tarped onto a truck to be dumped and turned into compost.



Hedge Trimming

Pruning and trimming shrubs helps ensure healthy growth and protects your plants from pests and diseases. Routine maintenance of your shrubs encourages a more developed and thicker plant. Our hedge trimming service maintains shrubs and hedges at appropriate times during the year and maintains a clean, healthy appearance for all necessary plants.

Seasonal Lawn Care Tips and Services

Lawn Mowing During the Spring

During the cool Spring weather it is fine to mow your lawn at its lowest recommended height. However, because the lawn grows so fast during the Spring it is important to keep up with your lawn and mow it whenever it reaches its maximum height. The maximum height is a length no taller than one third above the mowed height. When your grass grows above this height, to reduce the risk of damage and disease it is important to either raise the height of the lawn mower or cut the grass at a more frequent rate.


 As Summer approaches it may be necessary to raise the lawn mowing height for your yard. For now, as long as the weather stays nice and you can keep up with the rapid growth, mowing heights can be set to the lower level for your particular grass.


Watering Your Lawn in the Spring

I understand that everyone is excited about Spring lawn care service, but watering your lawn in the early Spring is an unnecessary task that may lead to future problems with your lawn. By holding off on the watering of your yard, a stronger and more drought resistant lawn can develop. This does not apply to newly seeded and sodded lawns.


The heavy Spring rainfall supplies sufficient amounts of water to your lawn. When additional water is provided through an irrigation system the lawn is able to obtain all of its water supply from the surface of your yard. When warmer temperatures arrive and rainfall amounts decrease, the roots of your lawn will not have fully established themselves deep enough in the soil to fully protect themselves against harsher conditions.

Under established roots increase the chance of lawn damage from wear and disease during unfavorable conditions. Let the natural water supply support your lawn during the Spring and only supply additional irrigation when worsening weather conditions arrive.