Aeration keeps your lawn healthy by relieving compaction from foot traffic. Compaction from foot traffic leads to a thin, poorly-draining lawn. Though you can aerate anytime spring through fall, aerating in the fall works well because we can overseed and apply a fall fertilizer high in phosphorus that will support root growth.
Insects are an integral part of healthy lawns and landscapes, and very few (typically less than 1%) are damaging in your backyard. If you happen to notice an increasing amount of ant hills or ants, no worries! The skilled team at Esch Landscaping can help carefully take care of them so there is no further damage.
The term brush hog comes from the first rotary cutting or rough cut mower, and originated with the company that invented it. The brand name is used to describe a type of mowing that uses heavy-duty mowing to clear overgrown land that’s relatively clear and not strewn with large rocks or tree stumps. Brush hogging can chew up tall weeds, brush, and saplings up to 1 inch in diameter.
Dreaming of a lush, green and weed-free lawn? Applying fertilizer and following a weed prevention and fertilization schedule will help you achieve the lawn you’ve always wanted. Esch Landscaping can provide a plan that best suits your landscape needs. We offer anywhere from a 1-time application, to a 2-step up to a 6-step program. Contact us to learn more.
Esch land keeping services cover all your outdoor needs to keep your property healthy and looking it’s very best. We are a four season maintenance service provider, so whether you need a spring clean-up, seasonal color planting in flower beds, lawn maintenance, tree pruning or snow removal our team is here to serve you. Click for more information.
Imagine coming home after a long day of work, or returning to your home away from home, and having your lawn professionally manicured and mowed. Esch Landscaping provides reliable and consistent work and service to keep your lawn mowed properly and professionally throughout the spring, summer, and fall season. Click for more information.