Professional Lawn Care for the Sioux Falls Area
Eagle Lawn & Landscape Inc. believes in providing professional residential and commercial lawn care services for the Sioux Falls area. These services include our comprehensive five-step fertilizer and weed control program, mowing, lawn raking, power raking, and aeration.
For lawns to flourish, their soil needs to receive enough of the right nutrients. Fertilizers, which contain these nutrients, help meet this need while also reducing the chances of weed growth. The Eagle Lawn & Landscape Inc. team uses the perfect blend of liquid and granular fertilizer for this purpose.
We offer professionally done mowing services set on a weekly schedule to ensure your property’s well-maintained look and promote a healthy lawn. Our mowing heights vary from 2 ½ to 3 ½ inches, depending on the time of the year and weather conditions. Grass clippings are collected, and we will trim your property around trees, landscaping, and structures. Our regular mowing season begins in April and ends in late October.
Our Lawn Rake process removes a limited amount of thatch and promotes early spring growth and green-up. It is included in our spring cleanup package and performed in the spring on larger properties by non-mechanical steel tines mounted on a commercial mower.
Power raking helps to increase water and fertilization absorption into the soil while decreasing disease development. This service is performed in the spring by mechanical steel blades that remove a moderate amount of thatch. It is then followed by the mowing of all grass clippings that are bagged and removed from the property.
Aeration is the process of removing small plugs of soil and redistributing them across your lawn. It will allow the much-needed air, sunlight, water, and other essential nutrients to permeate your grass’s roots, giving them what they need to grow healthy and strong. It decreases disease development and promotes turfgrass rooting and breakdown of thatch. We recommend having aeration performed once a year in the fall on irrigated and compacted turf.