Reap the benefits of a qualified and experienced Frisco TX lawn care company by calling our friendly staff at Executive Lawn Care. With our help, you can transform any dull and drab patch of land into something more vibrant and dynamic.
Many local men and women have turned to our Frisco TX mowing services to keep their lawns looking perfectly trimmed and edged. With this affordable service, you can forget about putting in the long hours in the yard by yourself while still getting outstanding results.
Frisco TX Lawn Care Service For Any Yard Or Property
Our crews are able to handle yards of all shapes and sizes. After all, no two lawns are the same, so we cater our services to the unique needs of your lawn. A member of our team can provide a price quote for you and help you schedule your service.
We invite you to explain to us the problems you are having with your lawn so our Frisco TX lawn care company can work to remedy them, even if they include:
- Inadequate water or nutrients
- Dead patches
- Weak root system
- Thatch build-up
- An infestation of grubs and other pests
- All sorts of weeds
Our lawn care company in Frisco TX has a full list of services at our disposal that can completely transform your sad looking lawn into one that looks like it came off the page of a lawn and garden magazine.
Just Need A Trim?
While we are available for your more specialized needs, everyone needs their lawn mowed. Our Frisco TX mowing services keeps your yard looking perfectly trimmed all year long. You don’t even have to sign a long-term contract to take advantage of it.
Executive Lawn Care was founded on providing personalized, customized and affordable lawn care services to its customers, one yard at a time. Our customers are the lifeblood of our business and are the sole reason we are here. They are the key to our success.
Let us take over. Our professional mowing crews are equipped to give your lawn the attention it needs and the rest you deserve. And best of all you get your weekends back! We serve Frisco, Plano, McKinney, Little Elm, Allen, Fairview, Celina, Providence Village, Savannah and The Colony, Texas.
News, Tips & Updates:
By now, you have probably doused your lawn a few times, but are you watering it the right way? That’s not a trick question. The answer begins with knowing we are working tricky clay-like soil in North Texas! Clay soil has the best potential for retaining moisture deep down where your lawn’s root zone wants to grow. Clay soil can be a blessing for your lawn during a hot Texas summer if you’re watering it correctly.
Consider watering your lawn using the “Cycle and Soak” method. This method of irrigation applies water slowly to clay soil so it will absorb all the water that is applied. Rather than running each sprinkler zone for 15 minutes or 20 minutes each, run each zone only for the length of time that the soil can absorb the water (which means it’s not running off onto the sidewalk or street).
STEP 1) Test all your zone run times to see when the water begins to run off. Depending on the slope of the yard, this could vary widely from zone to zone.
STEP 2) Once you have determined the maximum amount of water each zone can take before runoff, split the total irrigation time you need for that week into two or three parts. This involves irrigating the zone, shutting it off to allow time for the water to soak in and then irrigating the remainder of the time.
STEP 3) Check Frisco’s weekly lawn watering advice for the estimated landscape watering requirement.
STEP 4) Schedule your run times about one hour apart until the soil is moistened to a depth of 6-8 inches. Most sprinkler system controllers, especially smart controllers, can be programmed to automatically run the cycle and soak method.
This method of irrigation applies water slowly so that your soil actually absorbs all the water that it receives. Your lawn was successfully watered when, about an hour after watering, you can push a soil probe (or a very long screwdriver) into the soil. It will slide easily through wet soil but will be impossible to push through dry clay. The landscape has been successfully watered when the probe easily slides to a depth of 6 – 8 inches. Your lawn’s root system will reach down for this new deeper moisture and will be well protected from the summer heat. By using this method, irrigation should not be necessary again for at least 3-5 days, depending on weather conditions.