Lawn Care Service Experts in Winchester

At Lawn Doctor of Berkeley-Jefferson-Washington Counties & Northern Shenandoah Valley, we offer proven, customized lawn care solutions for area homeowners. Say goodbye to the generic services and cookie cutter treatments other lawn care service companies offer – when you partner with us, you gain the know-how of the industry experts in lawn care. Our approach to…

Our Lawn Care Services in Winchester

You think you might be saving a ton of money by handling lawn care yourself. But as the Winchester, VA area’s choice for lawn care services, Lawn Doctor of Berkeley-Jefferson-Washington Counties & N. Shenandoah Valley knows that’s sometimes not the case. Not only can our company offer you affordable and effective lawn care services in…

Lawn Weed Control Tips in Winchester

At Lawn Doctor of Berkeley-Jefferson-Washington Counties & Northern Shenandoah Valley, we know that weeds in general can be hard to control for many Winchester, WV area homeowners. But grassy weeds, in particular, can be downright stubborn. No matter what you do, these weeds – crabgrass especially – have a way of surviving and rearing their ugly heads season after…

Ask the Winchester Area Lawn Care Experts: How Fertilization Helps Grow Healthier Grass

When you fertilize your grass properly, you can enjoy a thicker, greener lawn, as a result. But when it comes to choosing the right lawn care fertilization product, it can be a challenge for many Winchester, VA area homeowners. To help you in the process, here’s a look at the different ingredients in various fertilizers and the…

Lawn Insect Control

Lawn Insect & Pest Control Popular Pests & Pest Control Services: Chinch Bug Control Grub Control Sod Webworm Control Lawn Insect Control Don’t lose the battle over Chinch Bugs. Chinch bugs can attack a lawn quickly as weather warms and adults move into open areas where females lay eggs. These eggs hatch, and begin feeding…

pH Balancing in Martinsburg, WV

Turf grass is ideally grown in a slightly acid soil. Soil acidity is measured by a number called pH. The optimum pH range for lawns is 6.5 to 7.0. When a soil becomes too acid or alkaline, some nutrients used by the grass plant become unavailable. To insure maximum nutrient availability, soil pH must be…