Edmond Lawn Care Services

North/Northwest Lawn Care Office

Address

15712 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Cube 3,

Edmond, OK 73013

Phone: 405-347-8289

Hours

Monday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Thursday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Friday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Saturday: Offices Closed

Sunday: Day of Rest

Areas Served

Edmond, Piedmont, Deer Creek, North Oklahoma City, Northwest Oklahoma City, and surrounding areas.

Average Lawn Details

Lawn size: 6109 square feet

Soil pH: 7.4

Turf type: common Bermuda

Soil conditions: red clay west, dark clay central/east, sandy east

Technicians in area: 3

Time to resolve customer requests: 1.32 business days

Lawn Care Services in Edmond, Oklahoma

You expect a weed-free and healthy lawn. For grass to survive an Oklahoma summer, it requires professional, attentive care. But keeping your lawn looking good past the Fourth of July is possible! You want a lawn you can be proud of year-round. After all, when football season starts and you plant your Sooners or Cowboys (or Bronchos!) sign in your front yard, you don’t want it sticking out of yellow grass.

We believe professional lawn care, delightful customer service, and a satisfying end result are essential. And we’re dedicated to offering top quality lawn care services in the Edmond area. Everything we do revolves around the customer. Whether it’s our comprehensive lawn care program, weed prevention, lawn fertilization, or lawn aeration, a good customer experience is our primary goal – along with the customer satisfaction that will keep you coming back.

We stand by our work and guarantee your entire experience. And we won’t keep your money if the end result falls short of our high standards. In fact, we’ll reimburse you for up to 12 months starting at your most recent renewal. For more about our guarantee, click here.

Let us show you that we’re the most attentive, dedicated local lawn service in Oklahoma. If you’re looking for local lawn care, call us now or get a free quote online.

We think we should be able to keep you each year by delight, rather than by contract.

Edmond Lawn Care Services FAQ

Here are answers to some of the common questions about our lawn care services in the Edmond area. If you don’t see an answer to your question here, please contact us!

What’s included in your Lawn Care Program?

Willis’s lawn care program has flexibility built into it. This allows us to tailor the number, type, and frequency of lawn treatments to each unique lawn.
How is this different? We’re not asking you to buy a certain number of lawn treatments per year. We’re giving you a dependable investment amount and asking you to buy Willis’s signature lawn results.

Every Willis Lawn customer receives our lawn weed control and lawn fertilization services as part of the program. If your lawn has a particular issue, we will tailor our treatments to serve you to the best of our abilities. For many homeowners, our signature lawn care program is exactly what is needed – no more, no less. Thus, it’s a very convenient package.

If you have had difficulties with a specific aspect of your lawn, schedule a conversation today to see if we can help.

Many people like to start with a soil test. This will tell us if you would benefit from soil amendments such as a pH adjustment. A tailored approach to fertilizer goes a long way toward a healthy, green lawn. However, sometimes a pH adjustment can really help.

What upgrades are available for my lawn?

We have several lawn care services you can add on, and we have more on the horizon. We only offer services that we believe offer real value to our customers. Services can be added or removed at any time.

These add-ons include: Lawn aeration services, grub worm preventative services, army worm preventative services, soil testing services, and soil amendments services.

What’s included in your Weed Control Services?

Our weed control process will address all your weeds. And we’ll do it with a 100% money-back guarantee and without a contract.

A big part of weed control is lawn health, which is why our weed control process is not a standalone service but is included in our Willis Lawn Care Program. This is our foundational program for your lawn’s health.

We use a blue colorant in certain liquid-applied lawn treatments. This is especially noticeable in the early part of the year. What does the blue colorant do? It provides you with a peace-of-mind that your entire lawn is being treated.

Our treatments will always be extremely clean and uniform. Our technicians are trained to spray only the lawn – not fences, not toys, not flower beds, not driveways, etc.

What’s in the weed control treatment?

We use a lot of products and the list continually grows. Our weed control program’s most powerful tools are pre-emergent herbicides. We use a variety of post-emergent herbicides, especially for new lawns or lawns that have a big problem with certain types of weeds.

Additionally, we are huge fans of trying new technology to improve weed prevention, more convenient treatment schedules, and keeping your investment as low as possible while maintaining excellence.

What’s included in your Lawn Fertilization Services?

Willis provides lawn fertilization services on Bermuda grass lawns Edmond, North/NW OKC, and areas all around the state. (Note: Fertilizer is not standalone, must be purchased in a program.)

Our approach is simple:

1. Utilize the best fertilizers for Bermuda grass and for our climate here in central Oklahoma.

2. Execute our annual treatment calendar to provide a beautiful, dense, healthy lawn for our customers.

3. Put only the necessary amount of product on a lawn – don’t over-treat – but ensure 100% of our customers will delight in their lawn.

Your lawn happiness – and your entire experience – is completely guaranteed. We use the best fertilizers our industry has to offer. We test new products from time to time, always looking for ways to minimize environmental and cost implications for our customers while providing the same quality we have always provided.

What’s your lawn fertilization schedule?

Our lawn fertilization calendar is built specifically to provide ideal nutrient levels for maximum lawn density and color while preventing the need for excessive mowing. We also believe your lawn should be consistently dark green – not fade between applications.

We follow the OSU OK County Extension office’s calendar for treatments.
Depending on the year, your lawn fertilization applications will occur approximately every 6 weeks beginning in April/May.

Fertilizer 1 – Quick green up and growth
Fertilizer 2 – Geared toward color and density improvement and maintenance
Fertilizer 3 – Geared toward color and density improvement and maintenance
Fertilizer 4 – Helps finish out the season with a healthy lawn and prepare for winter

(All programs include 3 weed prevention treatments.)

What’s included in your Lawn Aeration Services?

Lawn aeration, also known as aerification, can be like a steroid shot for your lawn. If you’re already on our lawn health program this service can have a multiplier effect on the improvement and health of your lawn.

1. By nature, lawn aeration creates an immediate space for a flush of new root growth underground.

2. It can rapidly speed up the decomposition of excessive thatch in your lawn. (Thatch is a buildup of old organic material that, if left unmanaged, can slow down its own decomposition and create a spongy feel in the lawn. This creates a welcome environment for pests and diseases.)

3. It increases the transfer of water, air, and nutrients down into the direct root zone of your lawn.

Proper core aeration of your lawn is performed with a heavy machine. The machine has a number of tines (hole punches) with sharpened edges that are repeatedly forced down into the soil of your lawn. (Imagine a cookie cutter that’s really small but is 4” tall.)

The tines grab the soil that they “cut” and eject these plugs onto the surface of the lawn.

The plugs can be removed or left on the lawn. Typically, they are left on the lawn to decompose which saves tremendously on labor.

When these voids are created in the soil, it gives space for the compacted soil to spread out and get some space. This can cause an incredible flush of root development and your lawn will LOVE it.

If you’re already on a solid lawn health regimen, the next service you would benefit from is this one! Once you have the service done the first time you will be a believer! For a relatively small investment, you can greatly increase the effectiveness of your lawn health program. Be sure to reach out to us at 405-347-8289 for more information or to get signed up!

Why do I need to aerate my lawn?

All lawns will see positive results from aeration. Some lawns need it more than others. If your lawn has a lot of foot, play, pet, or vehicle traffic you will see grass growing more evenly. If you have heavy clay soil, you will see less water run-off and more evenly growing grass. If you have an established healthy lawn you will see results in the form of reduced thatch.

For warm-season grasses like Bermuda grass, any time during the growing season is a good time to aerate. You will get the most bang for your buck in early summer when the grass is growing quickly.

Before you aerate your lawn, mark your underground systems and dog fences so the aerator doesn’t damage them. Water your lawn each day leading up to the service. Don’t water on the day of service or you’ll have a muddy mess on your hands.

After verification, resume normal maintenance. Following core aeration or plug aeration you will have many thousands of small half-inch wide, 2-3 inch long “plugs” of soil laying all over the top of your lawn. It can be unsightly at first but as you water your lawn these will break down in 1-3 weeks.

As for the cost, it varies from company to company, but usually it’s a small multiple of what you are paying for standard lawn treatments. Or if you are our customer, you can have a small adjustment made to your monthly billing amount to add aeration.

What’s the best method of lawn aeration?

You may have heard of plug and core aeration, but these are actually two terms for the same thing. Spike aeration is a different method, but it isn’t the best aeration treatment for your lawn. Spike aerators force a steel spike into the ground. This can create compaction problems. It compresses the sponge-like material under the surface, which is the opposite of what you want from soil aeration. You want more space in the soil, not less, which is why we always choose core over spike aeration.

Can I aerate my own lawn?

Absolutely! However, there are plenty of methodologies and products touted as aeration but are in fact simple “spike” aeration and thus actually increase soil compaction. “Spike-bottom shoes” and other methods you may find online, like shoving a pitchfork in the ground over and over again, are not effective tools.

To properly aerate you should rent or purchase a core-aerator. It is quite labor-intensive to do it the right way, but with the proper machinery, you can achieve good results!

The risks involved with aeration are damage to underground or in-ground objects such as sprinkler heads, sprinkler valve boxes, invisible dog fences, etc. Be sure to mark all of these prior to aeration service.

How is Willis different from your competition?

Typical lawn care company will treat your lawn X times per year, offer generic packages of lawn treatments, and require payment after each lawn treatment. And if something goes wrong, they’ll keep coming back over and over to try to make you happy. But doing something ineffectively five times won’t fix the problem.

We believe the best lawn care services care about how your yard looks. Our promise is a lawn you will be proud of and a dependable experience. With us, our team will tailor treatments to your lawn’s unique needs. You’ll pay once for the year. (We break it down into 12 monthly payments for most customers.) We make our money by delivering results. Cancel any time and get your money back if you feel like we couldn’t do what you expected.

Do you do tree trimming or landscape services?

No, we are solely dedicated to serving your lawn care needs. We specialize in comprehensive lawn services including weed control, fertilization, and aeration. We put all of our energies toward giving you the best customer service and the most satisfying end result. To ensure the quality of the services we specialize in, we don’t foray into tree services, landscape design, sod installation, leaf removal, seeding, or any other landscaping services.

For landscape maintenance and tree care, there are plenty of worthy companies in Edmond and surrounding areas. If you want premium lawn care services from professionals with years of experience who will put your satisfaction and the ease of your experience above all else, call us now or get a quote online.

What Edmond area neighborhoods are you in?

We are dedicated to North/NW OKC and Edmond lawn care. And we serve cities all over the great state of Oklahoma. Whether you live in Bethany or Arcadia, Mustang or Moore, we’re there for your lawn care needs. If you’re looking for local lawn care, we serve neighborhoods all around Edmond and North/Northwest OKC. If you don’t see your neighborhood listed here, it’s likely we just missed it and are already serving your area.

Here’s an exhaustive (but likely incomplete) list: Auburn Meadows, Baers Westmore, Barrington, Bel Air, Blue Quail Ridge, Brenton Hills, Bristol Park, Canyon Creek, Cheyenne Ridge, Chisholm Creek, Chisholm Lake, Choctaw Trails, Copper Creek, Copperfield, Council Ridge, Danforth, Deer Creek, Del Crest, Durbin Hills, Eagle Crest, Esperanza, Fair Hill, Fairfield, Fairview Farm, Fenwick, Glen Eagles, Glen Oaks, Griffin Park, Heritage Heights, Hidden Prairie, Homestead, Ironstone, Kensington Place, Kimberly Crossing, Lakes At Traditions, Liberty Trails, Lone Oak, Meritage Park, Montague, Northbrooke, Northwood, Oxford Park, Pecan Hollow, Redlands, Regency Pointe, Remington, Ripple Creek, Rockwell Park, Rose Creek, Rosewood, Rush Brook, Seminole Pointe, Sheffield, Silver Creek, Silverhawk, Skylers Court, Smiling Hill, Sonador, Sonoma Lake, Stillmeadows, Stonebriar, Summer Oaks, Summerridge, Summit Parke, Summit Place, The Eagles, The Enclave, The Grove, The Traditions, The Trails, The Valley, Thornbrooke, Thornhill, Twin Oaks, University Park, Val Genes, Valencia, Walnut Hill Estates, Wellington, Wellington Lakes, Wellington Park, Westwind, Whispering Heights, Woodvine, Woodwind, and Wynchase.