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DeSoto Lawn Care Professionals

Browse these lawn care services with great ratings from Thumbtack customers in DeSoto, TX.

TOP PRO
  • 11 years in business
  • 380 hires on Thumbtack
  • Crowley, TX 76036

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He took time and put care into his work. He was also prompt with a flat rate that was exactly what was charged.

Pest Control

4.8

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  • 189 hires on Thumbtack
  • Dallas, TX 75204

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Great service - took care of the issue. He also educated me on the most common pests in the area and let me know that the problem I had could be resolved without needing to call a pest control person. Very professional, kind and great to work with!

R & J Lawns

4.5

(98)

  • 19 years in business
  • 167 hires on Thumbtack
  • Mesquite, TX 75150

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Lawn care was thorough and clean despite bad weather. The staff was professional and very helpful. Owner is quick to respond. Price is reasonable. Overall, highly recommended.

TOP PRO
  • 108 hires on Thumbtack
  • Dallas, TX 75232

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Great work. I love the professionalism and care put into the work that needed to be done. I have already received compliments on the new appearance of my home. I would recommend Mr. Hawks to anyone in need of lawn work.

TOP PRO
  • 14 years in business
  • 107 hires on Thumbtack
  • Richardson, TX 75080

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Gerardo and his crew did an excellent job! I will contact him again for additional lawn services.

  • 4 years in business
  • 18 hires on Thumbtack
  • Arlington, TX 76010

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100% satisfaction and MORE! Mr. Coleman is not only skilled with home repair and maintenance services, he's rates are below others and will negotiate based on a specific job, or will "bundle" multiple work items into one rock bottom price. We are not only very pleased with the work performed on our rental property, we plan to use his services on our personal residence. In addition to exterior home repairs and tree removal, he installed new appliances, garage door openers, AC/Heating maintence, hardwood floor repair, and his spouse performed a complete home cleaning service! Coleman is a gentleman, professional, and HONEST -- a rare quality in many service providers today. He has such a gentle way about him, he becomes more like a friend that is helping you with home projects. You will not regret employing him for your next home project.

  • 20 years in business
  • 53 hires on Thumbtack
  • Fort Worth, TX 76105

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We cater to both residential and commercial. Services we offer are the following: A V A I L A B L E H O U S E C L E A N I N G * Lawn Service * Tree Service * Tree Trimming * Tree Removal * Stump Grinding * Sprinkler Works * Grass Installation * Flowers Beds Work * Weed Control * Seasonal Color * Swimming Pool Service * Iron and Wood Fences * House Painting * Maid Service * Concrete Work * Snow Removal * Electrical Work * Plumbing * Sheetrock * Texture and Tape * Soil Work * Mulch Work

  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
  • Mansfield, TX 76063

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We are specialists in the following services: * Trimming * Cleanup * Fertilizer * Flowerbeds * Pruning * Crown * Cleaning * Topping * Cleaning * Removing Trees * Mulching * Flowers We also offer firewood for sale, with free delivery to Mansfield and South Arlington. It is difficult to choose a small sample of images that showcase 15 years of hard work; in any case, please enjoy the pictures provided, and also please stay tuned because we will be uploading new photos regularly. Perhaps one day, one will be from your backyard. Enjoy it! Lawn care basic tips are as follows: * Picture You know a healthy lawn when you see it: a smooth, lush, green carpet, perfect for cartwheels and croquet, so why doesn't your lawn look like that? Well, probably you are failing in some basic actions that you need to do to achieve your dream lawn, but keep reading and you will learn all the basic tips for a perfect lawn. * Setting Soil Planting a new lawn is like any good adventure: preparation and planning are key. No matter which planting method you use, you need to prepare the area thoroughly to banish weeds and make sure soil won't immediately crust over or compact into lumpy ruts. You can even need to go as far as testing the pH of your soil. To do this, you can buy DIY test kits that are available from nurseries and catalogs, or you can even take advantage of the testing offered by your state's designated agricultural university. One thing is true here: if you properly test your soil before doing all the work, you will save money. Start by stripping the area of all weeds, including roots, even if that means taking off the top six inches; and then rototill to a depth of at least six inches to loosen compaction and improve drainage. It's extremely important to add loam and compost to enrich the soil. Many experts suggest mixing equal parts of loam, sand and your original topsoil. You're best off in the long run if you incorporate a slight slope to facilitate drainage and prevent pooling. Finally, use a roller to pack down the soil, then grade the area with a metal rake. Be as thorough as you can. Remember, once you've put your seed or sod down, you can't go back and regrade. * To Seed or Not to Seed No question, rolling out a carpet of sod is the quickest way to a beautiful lawn; but sod can get expensive, especially if your lawn is going to cover a large area. The alternative is seeding the area yourself, either by hand or with a method called hydroseeding, which has recently become quite popular. Long used by farmers to sow large fields, hydroseeding solves one of the main problems of hand seeding: even dispersal of seeds. The grass seed, a mix of varieties blended for your climate and the type of use your lawn will get, is mixed into a pulp made from virgin wood fibers, fertilizers and binding agents. * Shave and a Haircut When it comes to sharing lawn secrets, the first one on many garden experts' lips is mowing height. Most people mow too often and too short. This will increase the stress in your grass, and you will never achieve that perfect lawn that you are looking for. In concrete, the answer is less mowing and always raising the mower to the highest possible notch. * Water, Water Everywhere The best that you can do is water only once a week, but water really deep. A weekly soaking helps roots extend deeper into the soil, while frequent shallow watering tend to lead to thatch -- that unsightly web of dry brown runners just above the soil. To figure out how much water your lawn needs, take your soil type into account: sandy soils dry out faster, while clay soils hold moisture longer and don't require watering as often. For a newly seeded lawn, water everyday for five to 10 minutes only. Your goal is to dampen the seeds without causing runoff that might wash them away or mar the surface with gullies. After the seeds sprout and the new grass is a half inch tall, water once a day for 15 to 20 minutes. * Please Feed Me Even the healthiest lawn gets hungry and needs a solid meal. Twice a year, spring and fall, is the minimum recommended for fertilization, but beware the common N-P-K (nitrogen-phosphate-potassium) fertilizers popular with most gardeners. They don't provide everything your hungry grass needs. Instead, we recommend a complete fertilizer that includes micronutrients such as sulfur, copper and iron. * Weeds, Go Away Herbicides are not essential to a healthy lawn. In fact, it is better to avoid them. The true secret to banishing weeds is to grow such healthy grass that it chokes out the invaders naturally. Mowing helps too, because it tops off weeds like dandelions and crabgrass before they have a chance to scatter their seeds. When you do find yourself compelled to do battle against a path of weeds, we recommend using one of the new "natural" herbicides that derive their potency from corn gluten, salts from fatty acids, or other non-chemical sources. * Air Supply When grass gets too compacted, nutrients can't penetrate to the root system where they're most needed. That's where aeration, poking holes in your lawn to improve oxygen circulation, comes in. Most people aerate with a simple tool that looks like two hollow tubes attached to the end of a long handle. Of course, you can also just waltz around your lawn in spiked sports shoes; that works fairly well too. * Types of Grass Some lawns have finer textures, while others feel like AstroTurf under your feet. There are hundreds of types of grass available, and new varieties are developed every year. As with all plant choices, climate plays a big role in determining which type of grass will work best for you; soil type, rainfall and other factors also come into it. As a general rule, cool-season grasses go dormant during the warm weather, and warm-season grasses go dormant during the coolest months of the year. In areas where it's possible to have a green lawn all year round, you want a mixture of both these types. Here a short list of the best options: Popular warm-season grasses: * Zoysia grass * Bermuda grass * St. Augustine grass * Bahia grass * Centipede grass Popular cool-season grasses: * Bentgrass * Bluegrass * Fine fescues * Tall fescues * Ryegrass Grasses for special needs: * Shade: - St. Augustine Grass - Fine Fescue - Tall Fescue - Ryegrass - Bentgrass * High traffic: - Zoysia Grass - Improved Bermuda Grass - Bahia Grass - Regular Bermuda Grass - Perennial Ryegrass Well, this is it. Now, you know all the basic tips for a fantastic lawn that you have been dreaming of. Good luck in your journey; and if you are in Dallas-Fort Worth area, please do not hesitate to call us for a free estimate. We will be glad to help you.

  • Arlington, TX 76011

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Lawn, carpet extracting, and painting service. Servicing the metroplex, Dallas, Desoto, Grand Prairie, Lancaster, Cedar Hill, Arlington.

  • Dallas, TX 75238

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We offer quality lawn care services. We are located here in the Lake Highlands area. Our services are available for all of Dallas and its surrounding areas.

  • Haltom City, TX 76117

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We are a customer first, complete pest and lawn care provider. A family owned business that takes personal service to heart! The most thorough pest and lawn service ever or it's free!

  • Plano, TX 75074

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We have spent the last 20 years transforming the commercial landscape management industry by offering quality, consistent service throughout local, regional and national markets. Services include: * Lawn * Commercial landscaping * Landscaper * Lawn care * Lawn care service

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