River City Lawnscape, Inc. will service your lawn with the most tried, tested and effective products in the industry today.  Coupled with trained, licensed and certified technicians, we will make your lawn the best it can be.DSCN1368.JPG 

Our technicians are not paid by the amount of work they get done, but are paid by the customers they retain.

If you ever have a question or a concern, our technician and/or management staff are ready to answer or resolve it.

We are a customer-oriented business and build our reputation on customer relationships.  

 

Program Details

We will come out to your residential or commercial property to measure your lawn and perform an evaluation.  We will then make recommendations to the specific program or products you may need to improve your lawn. 

We offer 2 different plans: Basic or Insecticide Lawn Care Plan, each with 4 applications.   If insects or moles are evident in your lawn, we will suggest the Insecticide Plan which uses insecticide in the 2nd and 3rd application.  This will help slow down or eliminate pest problems.  We strongly recommend an annual Aeration of your lawn.  This is done in the spring or the fall. 

 

1st Application (Early Spring):  Contains fertilizer, pre-emergent grassy weed control and broadleaf weed control as necessary

2nd Application (Late Spring/Early Summer):  Contains fertilizer, iron (for good color), broadleaf weed control and insecticide (if Insecticide program is chosen)

3rd Application (Summer):  Contains fertilizer, iron (for good color), broadleaf weed control and insecticide (if Insecticide program is chosen)

4th Application (Fall):  Fertilizer and spot treatment of broadleaf weeds

AERATION (Spring or Fall):  Aeration is the most important physical procedure you can do for your lawn.  Removing plugs or cores from your lawn and depositing them on the surface is very beneficial.  These holes provide channels for fertilizer, air and water to access the root zone for better turf performance.  Also, the surface-deposited cores decay back into the lawn and break down some of the thatch as they decay.