Your lawn is truly the entrance to your home, making sure your lawn is green and weed-free is a top priority.
That said, maintaining a beautiful lawn and landscape is easier said than done. In our environment, lawns have to survive extreme heat at times, a multitude of pests, fungus, summer showers and weeds.
Whether you need fertilization, weed control, insect control or fungus control, we have the tools, training and experience to ensure that your Carolina lawn is in top notch shape.
As winners of the 2020 and 2019 “Best Pest Control Company” on the Grand Strand you can rest assured you will receive our award winning WOW Service every time you meet one of our team members.
Our Lawn Care Process
While some area homeowners are ready to tear up and replace their whole lawn in the event of a pest or fungus problem, there’s an easier and more budget friendly way. Best Home & Property Services range of pet safe lawn care services will help bring out your lawn’s full potential.
Lawn Care Inspection
When you contact us to schedule a free lawn care inspection, we’ll send one of our Pest Management University trained service consultants to your home to perform a lawn analysis.
We’ll determine what pests may be damaging your lawn, and we will also assess the moisture content and mow height of your lawn.Once we identify the root cause of your issues, we can determine the best lawn care solution and recommend one of our lawn care programs to improve the health of your lawn.
Lawn Care Treatments
We offer our full-service turf management services on a monthly basis, and insect only lawn care as an option for every month service also (See our Red, White, Blue plans). Our regular treatments provide coverage for insect control, fungus control and weed control and include both liquid and granular fertilization. All of our services are warrantied and include free follow-up treatments if needed.
Not all turf is the same, and each type of turf requires a different type of fertilization, irrigation, and mowing height to remain healthy. Our Pest Management University trained staff are happy to provide mowing and irrigation maintenance recommendations to keep your turf in top condition.
We also follow landscape fertilization best practices to enhance the health of your lawn and ornamentals. Our granular and liquid fertilization is included in the price of our monthly turf management service.
Lawn & Ornamental Pest Control
When managing your turf, you may think the first approach is to just “soak the yard hard with chemicals”. Here at Best, we follow Integrated Pest Management practices, so we will send one of our Pest Management University graduate team members one to inspect you lawn first.
During our Free Initial inspection we will be able to let you know what type of turf, pest pressure or fungus you may have as well as a protection plan. We will also be able to provide recommendations on mowing height and if the lawn is receiving too much or not enough water. If you are having a pest issue there is something there that they just love in your lawn, we will identify that and come up with a mode of action to ensure that rest is removed.
Whether you’re in a new home and your developer has put the common Centipede turf down or if you have transferred your lawn over to St. Augustine or Bermuda we have the Best plan for you. Each type of lawn requires a different treatment plan and has different types or occasional pest invades that must be managed.
Our warm and wet Carolina conditions that our lawns are mostly exposed to require different attention as well as respond differently to mowing, watering, fertilization, and pests.
What Do All Of These Turf Grasses Have In Common?
They are susceptible to pests, overwatering, underwatering, over-fertilization, and under-fertilization. Because of these various threats your lawn, which can be expensive to re-sod, we recommend you schedule a free lawn care inspection.
Upon implementing our recommendations and adding our monthly treatments to your turf maintenance program, you will notice a dramatic improvement in the quality and color of your lawn.
Raining and Dry Seasons
As our Carolina weather is always changing we may have wet months where it rains almost every day and dry months with no rain for multiple weeks. We are here to monitor those forever changing conditions. As it rains more often you can’t assume the lawn is always taking that water in. Some of our soils in larger development area have such hard compact soils, the summer showers are making it to the storm drains before your lawn has time to soak up the water. Durning the dry months you may need to water your lawn 3-4 days a week from 20-40 minutes depending on the lawn.