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Installing Turfs

We offer result-driven lawn care services

We are committed to achieving   100% Client Satisfaction.

Lawn Fertilizing


Weed Control

Maintaining a beautiful and healthy lawn requires dedicated effort, attention, and consistency.

Every homeowner has different needs and preferences; we take the time to listen to your concerns before proposing a plan.  Whether your lawn requires a complete makeover or regular upkeep, we have the expertise and solutions to help.

Comprehensive lawn care services


Lawn Aeration 

Properly aerated lawns are more resistant to disease and pests, easier to maintain, and have a healthier appearance.

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Fertilizing and Weed Control

No yearly contract needed for lawn fertilizing and weed control, just a green lawn. Our Utah program includes 5 applications for weed preemergent, fertilizing, weed control, and winterizing.

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Weekly & Biweekly Mowing

Every lawn is unique, and every homeowner has different preferences. We adapt to your preferences.  Also, if biweekly mowing during hot months would benefit your property, we'll make that recommendation.

  • Inconsistent service that leaves your lawn looking subpar

  • Poor communication from the lawn care company

  • Unreliable service that doesn't show up when scheduled

  • A lack of transparency about pricing and services offered

  • Limited options for customization and personalization of services

  • A lack of trust that the lawn care company will deliver on their promises

Don't let a bad lawn care company cost you.

Choosing a company wisely is essential to avoid running into any of the following problems.​

At Green Lawn Utah, we believe in delivering excellent results for your lawn by providing personalized solutions, transparent pricing, and clear communication to ensure a seamless experience.

From Frustration to Satisfaction: Our Key to Achieving Results for Your Lawn

Effective communication is critical to achieving excellent results in lawn care.

That's why we assign each client a dedicated Lawn Care Advocate. Your Advocate will work closely with you and your Field Technician, so you'll only need to communicate with these familiar faces. 

At the core of our service is the commitment to understanding your individual property goals, which enables us to provide the highest level of service and deliver the best possible results.

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Learn about the free assessment and what to expect. 

For optimal results, we highly recommend a personal property inspection to understand your desired lawn appearance and usage. During the inspection, we will identify past and present weed and pest issues, and conduct a complimentary pH soil reading to assess its quality. To provide a thorough report, we suggest conducting an in-depth soil test, which will allow us to create a personalized lawn care proposal for your property.

When is the best time to aerate my lawn in Salt Lake City? 

To aerate your lawn in Salt Lake City, keep in mind the following tips: Consider the current condition and type of your grass, as well as local weather patterns, when choosing the appropriate time to aerate. For cool-season grasses, like fescue and bluegrass, aerate during spring or fall. Avoid aerating during the summer, when high temperatures can stress the lawn and impede recovery. Spring and Fall are an ideal time to aerate your lawn in Salt Lake City because of milder temperatures and increased chances of rainfall. To get personalized recommendations based on the unique conditions of your lawn, contact us now. We´d love the opportunitiy to offer a quote.

When to fertilize a lawn in Salt Lake City? 

To create a detailed fertilizer schedule for a lawn in Salt Lake City, it's essential to consider the type of grass and the time of year. Here is a general schedule as a starting point. Spring: Early Spring (March-April): Conduct a soil test to determine the soil's pH and nutrient levels. Use the results to adjust the fertilizer schedule as needed. Late Spring (May-June): Apply a slow-release fertilizer high in nitrogen to promote healthy growth in cool-season grasses such as Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and tall fescue. These grasses typically start to grow during this time of year, so providing them with the necessary nutrients is crucial. Summer: Early Summer (July): Depending on the soil test results and the lawn condition, apply a maintenance fertilizer to keep the lawn healthy. Late Summer (August-September): Apply another maintenance fertilizer application to help the lawn cope with the hot summer months. Fall: Early Fall (October-November): Apply a slow-release fertilizer high in phosphorous and potassium to promote root development in cool-season grasses such as Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and tall fescue. Late Fall (December): Consider an optional fertilizer application to help the lawn recover from any stress caused by the hot summer months and prepare for the winter. It's important to note that this schedule is a general guideline and can be adjusted based on the specific needs of your lawn as determined by a soil test. It's also essential to always follow the instructions on the fertilizer package and to water your lawn after fertilizing to help the fertilizer reach the roots. To maximize the potential of your lawn in Salt Lake City, reach out; we'd love to create a custom fertilizer schedule that fits your soil and grass type.


Fertilizing & Weed Control

Lawn Aerations & Renovations

Weekly Mowing

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