As the icy clutches of winter relinquishes its frigid stranglehold on the land & lawns alike, it’s often the harbinger of renewal and floral revitalization for many homeowners in Utah. With mention being made, it’s extremely important for local Utah residents to properly fortify their lawn, garden, and landscaping to embrace the season’s rejuvenation cycle. Whether it’s consolidating and disposing of lawn clippings, leaves, and foliage debris or replenishing the soil’s nutrients via fertilization, there are several steps that are often necessary to take full advantage of the spring season’s reawakening of vitality and vigor. In light of that, we’ve made tremendous strides in our service coverage to incorporate cost-effective and actionable solutions towards extracting the full replenishment potential of spring’s yearly occurrence. We offer several key spring preparation services for local Utah property owners that are property-specific and catered to each property on an individualized basis. Please continue reading to become better acquainted with our areas of expertise and spring preparation options available to your local Utah property. If any additional information is needed, such as availability for implementing an annual spring preparation protocol or what procedures are best suited to your particular lawn & garden needs, please contact our knowledgeable staff at your earliest convenience.
Incorporating a proactive and property-specific winterization routine has proven time and time again to be one of the most effective ways to adequately prepare your property’s landscaping, lawn, grass, garden(s), yard, and soil for the severe changes in climate and weather that each Utah winter brings. Depending on the size of the property as well as the various “softscaping” aspects being featured, it might be best to recruit our noteworthy winterization expertise to defend against this year’s elemental onslaught. To prepare for your yard’s winter ‘hibernation’ you need to replenish the nutrients that have been depleted throughout the growing season by using a professional-grade fertilizer. The nutrients absorbed by plant roots from the fertilization will help them withstand winter weathering. To avoid ugly brown spots and odd patches lawns need to be properly aerated, fertilized, and winterized. In addition to fertilizing, winterization procedures also include aeration; aeration drills small holes in your lawn that reduce thatch build-up and allows essential nutrients from the fertilization to be properly distributed and absorbed. It’s been said that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” and we here at Sprinkler Service Pro couldn’t agree more; especially when lawns & landscaping are involved!
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