Mad About Lawns

So what is the best treatment for my lawn?

This is a question we often receive.  Maintaining a healthy lawn throughout the whole year is important for any homeowner. But it can be difficult to know where to start with so many products on the market, each claiming to have their own special benefits.


Our lawn service uses natural products that are safe for you, your family and your pets, as well as the environment. We use a combination of high-quality fertilisers and weed killers, depending on the situation—sometimes we’ll need to treat one area or another, or even a specific plant or fungal disease may need treatment. We also love using natural products that control moss in your lawn—it’s not just unsightly but will grow into your grass if left unchecked. Our fertiliser will feed every aspect of the grass plant; keeping it strong and healthy while preventing diseases such as red thread or pink patch. When combined with our weed killer, we can keep your lawn looking great all year round.

We use the best lawn care treatments available to keep your lawn green, lush and free of weeds.

A healthy lawn is an aesthetic pleasure, but it also reflects the health of your home. Your lawn can act as a barometer of the quality of upkeep around your house—a neglected lawn is an indicator that something else in your life could be in disarray. A lush, well-groomed lawn can add a lot to the curb appeal of your home and give you instant bragging rights as a homeowner.

Lawn Treatment Services

We provide comprehensive lawn care services that include fertilising, weed control and removal of moss in your lawn. We help you maintain a healthy and attractive yard at whatever level you choose: we can just cut the grass for you or we can come out regularly to provide all the details that make for a beautiful lawn.

You’ve taken great care to keep your lawn in top shape all summer long, and it’s finally starting to pay off. The blades are a beautiful shade of green and you’re ready to show it off to the world. When you look at the ground, though, you notice that the green is only on top—the grass underneath is looking a little ragged. Some of the spots on your lawn are even starting to turn yellow! All this can mean one thing: moss.

If you’re interested in having us take care of your lawn this season, contact us for a free quote today.