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Lawn Care Services

About Mowing
The first step towards having a great lawn is a regular mowing regime. Lawns need to be cut on a regular basis with sharp mowers at the correct height before you can consider having a great lawn. If you are not prepared to cut the grass once a week though the growing season then don’t bother to call us in to treat it.

We do not run a regular mowing service, but we do know several people in the area who can offer this service and if we know they do a good job, we are happy to recommend them.

Weed Control
While mowing regularly will reduce the amount of weeds in the lawn, by not allowing them to rise up and spread seed, but herbicides are required to drastically reduce the number of weeds in a lawn to almost zero.

Although you can purchase weed killers from the garden centre that are fairly effective on the softer weeds, the costs are high and method of application totally impracticable unless just to spot treat the odd broadleaf weed.

We are experienced and licensed in the control of weeds. We have a wide range of lawn herbicides in our armoury to allow us to deal with weeds safely and effectively.

It really is best to get professional help for this as we can apply very effective herbicides that are not available to the general public.

Fertilizer
Fertilizer is essential to replace the nutrients that we take out of the lawn every time we cut it. Trinity Lawn Care uses a range of granular fertilizers depending on the condition of the lawns and also according to weather conditions.

Our aim is to make your lawn green and healthy without making it grow too fast. Our fertilizers do not contain any weed killers, and are safe to use where pets & children use the lawn, also they do not have to be “watered in”. We are also keen to use organic fertilizers when & where they are appropriate. 

Moss Problems.
Moss is doing particularly well again this winter because of the mild damp autumn.

What should be done about it? 
The simplest way to treat moss is to get us to apply an iron treatment; this will turn the moss black and give the grass a “green up” tonic. 
Moss will keep returning though each season unless you do something about the underlying problem, which is basically that, the turf needs to have a proper maintenance regime i.e. Aeration & Scarification.

Ant Problems.
As soon as the weather warms up ants in the lawn can start to be a bit of a nuisance. They are not going to cause any direct harm but, the mounds they make will cause problems with mowing and often the grass gets scalped by the mower. Then the moss gets in. What can we do about it. We recommend aeration, because although this is not a conventional poisoning answer, we know that it disturbs them and with a bit of luck it will drive them out of the lawn. The other benefit is that it’s a very good procedure to carry out on a lawn regularly.

Handy Links:

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Testimonials

  • Now let your winter of discontent be made glorious summer- call Tony's team - they'll come your way-some time in May-and your green green grass of home will be the envy of Neighbours - by Summer Time, when the living is easy.

     With apologies to Will Shakespeare, Tom Jones and others! 

     
  • "Happy Christmas to you and your Team. Thank you, for making my lawn the “Best in the Street”"

    Mrs J. S.
    Potton Beds

     
  • "Thank you, I am pleased. It was a good investment getting you guys in."

    Mr K.C.
    Benington Hertfordshire

     
  • "We are very pleased with your work, our lawn has never looked better, especially the original “council” grass area, which has been an eyesore for more than 16 years. My son arrived for a holiday and thought we had put new turf down where he used to play!"

    Mrs U.
    Cambridge

     
  • "Excellent service very efficient. Improvement in the lawn is amazing!"

    Mrs D.S.
    Impington Cambridge