With quality lawn care, natural product use, and proper cultivation, our organic fertilizer program creates an environment for your lawn to thrive. And our fertilizers are safe for your family, pets and the environment.
ElectroCut offers 5 program levels. The program you sign up for will be determined by soil test results, current lawn conditions, your budget and expectations.
Full-Service Programs include:
Add On Services:
For those wanting a hands-on approach, our DIY Program takes the guesswork out of Organic Lawn Care. We work with you to set up a program that is easy to follow.
How It Works
All our organic fertilization programs start with a soil test. Soil testing provides critical information about the current state of your soil. ElecroCut mails you the soil sampling supplies with easy-to-follow instructions on how to take the sample. You dig the dirt and mail it to the laboratory for testing. The results then come back to us after interpretation and is incorporated into an Organic Lawn Care Guide for your property that you receive electronically.
The Organic Lawn Care guide includes the soil test results, outlines month by month how to care for your lawn through the whole growing season, when to apply products and maintenance practices that need to be followed in order to be successful (mowing, watering, etc.). Electrocut will deliver needed products to your door three times throughout the season right when they are supposed to be applied.
ElectroCut is with you throughout the growing season with any questions you may have.
Over seeding your yard is the first step toward a lush, green lawn. ElectroCut Lawn Care is your local expert when it comes to planting and overseeding grass for a new lawn. For overseeding in spring and summer as well as fall overseeding, just call the experts.
We also offer professional lawn overseeding service as part of our lawn maintenance packages. Over seeding your lawn fills in bare spots to create thick and healthy turf that stands up to foot traffic, retains moisture, and looks great!
Over seeding helps fill in bare spots or, when applied to the entire yard, improve the overall density of your existing lawn. Spring or fall are the best seasons for overseeding because the seed has time to become established in the soil, and isn’t stressed from foot traffic, drought, or pests. This is why you should consider overseeding in the spring or waiting until the end of summer to start fall overseeding.
Our fall and spring lawn overseeding services work great in tandem with our lawn aeration services. Lawn aeration and overseeding work well together because the holes from aeration provide the seed with a perfect spot to germinate and grow.
What is slow release fertilizer? In a nutshell, slow release fertilizers are fertilizers that release a small, steady amount of nutrients over a course of time. These can be natural, plant organic fertilizers that add nutrients to the soil by naturally breaking down and decomposing. Most often, though, when a product is called slow release fertilizer, it is fertilizer coated with plastic resin or sulfur based polymers which slowly break down from water, heat, sunlight and/or soil microbes.
Quick releasing fertilizers can be overapplied or improperly diluted, which can result in the burning of plants. They can also be quickly leached out of the soil by regular rain or watering. Using slow release lawn fertilizers eliminates the risk of fertilizer burn, while also staying in the soil longer. Per pound, the cost of slow release fertilizers is generally a little more expensive, but the frequency of application with slow release fertilizers is much less, so the cost of both types of fertilizers throughout the year is very comparable.
If you are unsatisfied with a job, contact ElectroCut and we will try to make it right.
If you remain unsatisfied, that job is free.