Do you long for a stunning, lush lawn?
Professional lawn care in Maidstone, Malling & Medway areas
We can transform your lawn! Starting from just £15.00 per month, our professional lawn nutrient and weed treatments can be cheaper than DIY treatments and give far superior results!
Your lawn will receive the same professional products and techniques as used on sports grounds and high end ornamental gardens. These products aren’t available to in garden centres or DIY stores, and give amazing results.
Designed to improve the long-term health and vitality of your lawn and soil, or bring a tired lawn up to scratch, our lawn care programmes can be started at any time of the year.
Using a professional lawn care company to apply lawn treatments takes away all the hassle and worry of treating your own lawn. Based in Bearsted and providing high quality lawn care in Maidstone, Aylesford, Penenden Heath, Kings Hill, Harrietsham, Barming and local areas, we will work with you to improve your lawn.
Choose us for professional lawn care, leaving you to just water, mow and enjoy your lawn!
The easy way to a great lawn:
You’ll notice your lawn quickly improving after our first visit.
You can book a one off treatment, or
save money with our annual direct debit plan and no tie-in contracts!
Our bespoke seasonal lawn treatments will be tailored to your lawn. An example programme comprises:
Spring Lawn Treatments:
Application of a high nutrient lawn feed to promote strong growth.
We may also recommend an option application of our wetting agent for those lawns prone to drying out.
Early Summer Lawn Treatments:
Our early Summer lawn feed is designed to give a lush, healthily growing lawn. We can also treat emerging weeds with our professional weed control products.
Late Summer Lawn Treatments:
In these hot, dry months we apply a non-scorch, slow release feed. Any stubborn weeds or those that have arrived since our last visit are treated. A further application of our water conserving wetting agent may be recommended.
Autumn Lawn Treatments:
This treatment is designed to promote root strength and increase the grass plant’s disease resistance. It will harden the lawn off ready for the colder months.
Winter Lawn Treatments:
Our liquid treatment contains essential micro nutrients to improve the health of your lawn. Moss will be treated and this treatment aids a lush, green appearance of your grass.
Add on these beneficial cultural treatments as needed:
Lawn aeration is undertaken using our professional aerating machines. This is one of the most important things you can do for your lawn.
Regular use of your lawn will cause the soil particles to become squashed together and compacted, leaving little space in the soil for water, air or nutrients, all of which are essential for the survival of grass.
Aerating opens up and de-compacts the soil in your lawn, enabling water, air and vital nutrients to reach the roots of your grass. Roots will be encouraged to grow thicker, increasing disease resistance and promoting lush growth.
Lawn scarification is the mechanical process of removing excess thatch and moss from the base of your grass plants. These absorb water and nutrients, and block light, effectively choking your lawn. Scarifying will open up the lawn surface, and prune lateral grass roots, encouraging your lawn to thicken and the grass to grow with vigour.
Scarifying should be undertaken every 1-3 years, depending on the individual requirements of your lawn. Lawns containing a large proportion of fescue grasses will produce more thatch than rye based lawns, so need more regular scarification.
As grass plants die from old age and disease, your lawn will naturally thin out. In wild grass areas, the seed produced by the grass plants will replenish the dead plants. Regular mowing of managed lawns removes these natural seeds, so the lawn will gradually become thinner. Over-seeding will thicken your lawn, filling bare patches that would otherwise provide ideal areas for the invasion of moss and weeds. We prepare the lawn surface to an ideal seedbed with our scarifier prior to seeding, then rake or drag mat the seed deep into the surface to improve germination rates.
We use top quality rye and fescue cultivar grass seed, ideal for hard wearing, great looking lawns.
Transform your lawn in 3 easy steps:
Step 1: Measure your lawn
Measure the area of your lawns. This can be done by multiplying the average width by the average length of your lawn.
You can also measure your lawn on Google Earth. Simply search for your address, then zoom in on your lawn area. Click on the measure icon, and place markers around the perimeter of your lawn. Click on “close shape” when you have placed your final marker, and your lawn area will be displayed in Square Metres.
We can to do this for you if you get stuck!
Step 2: Get in touch
We’ll need a few quick details from you to enable us to provide a quotation.
If you wish to book, simply follow the steps in the quote and we’ll arrange a date for your first treatment and your FREE lawn analysis, worth £25 if you book within 7 days of receiving your quote!
Step 3: We'll transform your lawn!
We’ll email or text you before we are due to visit.
Your lawn will start to improve almost immediately after the first treatment, leaving you to admire and enjoy it!
Why choose us?
- Local, non-franchised, family run business
- Access to a far wider range of treatments as we are not tied to a franchise
- Bespoke lawn care tailored to the needs of YOUR lawn
- Experienced, trained lawn-care technicians qualified to minimum of NPTC PA1 & PA6
- Fully insured for the work we undertake
- We only use professional grade equipment and quality materials, many of our treatments are only available to licensed professionals
- We provide turfing, renovations and lawn treatments
- We love lawns and are passionate about giving our clients lawns they can be proud of
DA13, Cobham, Meopham, Sole
ME2, Cuxton, Halling, Strood
ME14, ME15, Bearsted, Detling, Grove Green, Maidstone, Penenden Heath, Weavering
ME16, Allington, Barming
ME17, Boughton Monchelsea, Chart, Coxheath, Hollingbourne, Hucking, Harrietsham, Lenham, Linton
ME18, Mereworth, Teston
ME19, Birling, East Malling, Kings Hill, West Malling
ME20, Aylesford, Larkfield
Frequently asked questions:
We provide bespoke lawn treatments throughout the seasons, so we can start improving your lawn straight away.
We won’t apply treatments in unsuitable weather conditions. If the ground is frosty, covered in snow or waterlogged we will re-arrange your appointment to a more suitable day, part of our commitment to exceptional quality and service.
You should notice your grass looking greener and weeds dying within a couple of weeks after treatment.
Most of our clients are at work or out when we visit. All we ask is for you to ensure you leave us access to your lawns.
We will give you plenty of notice and a reminder a couple of days before we are due to visit, please respond if you need to re-scedule to avoid a missed visit.
You should keep people and pets off the lawn until any liquid treatments have completely dried. This is particularly important after our winter feed treatment has been applied as they can stain flooring and patios if picked up on shoes or paws.
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs and other grazing animals should be kept off treated areas for at least two weeks, or three lawn cuts, whichever occurs latest. We can leave any areas untreated for grazing if preferred, just let us know.
Any technician applying lawn treatments hold a minimum of the relevant NPTC Pa1 & Pa6 qualifications for pesticide application. This is a legal requirement for applying professional grade weed treatments, which aren’t available to the public.
You should avoid mowing your lawn 3-4 days either side of a lawn treatment. This enables weed leaves to be as big as possible to absorb maximum weedkiller, and enables the fertiliser to start work into the soil.
Most treatments require composting for 6-12 months to allow the chemicals to break down. We occasionally use specialist treatments which require the clippings to be collected and disposed of away from green recycling waste, we will let you know if this is the case.