Our Lawn Treatment Program Promotes Healthy, Weed-Free Grass
Our lawn treatment program comes with unlimited extra service calls – All at Absolutely No Charge.
Your Lawn needs nourishment just like you. Absolute Lawn Pros’ lawn treatment program provides the essentials with eight applications of fertilizers and weed control in Cumming, Alpharetta and surrounding areas. Our products come in both granular and liquid form to give your lawn the full benefits of each product. After years of testing, we have found that dry granular formulas provide the best, most-even slow release of fertilizer, while liquid products provide the quickest weed control. Each program is specific to your type of grass to give you a luscious lawn that your family can enjoy without worry.
Yearly Bermuda & Zoysia Programs
Yearly Fescue Programs
Lawn Fungus Treatment
Lawn fungus can quickly change a good-looking lawn into a spotty disaster.
- Brown Patch
- Spring Dead Spot
- Dollar Spot
- Pythium Blight
There is an additional charge for fungus treatments.
100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE.
Check out our seasonal specials.
INFORMED CLIENTS ARE OUR BEST CLIENTS
From Our Blog
How To Stop Squirrels From Digging In The Yard: What You Should Know
If you own a home, then having squirrels dig up your lawn is one of the most annoying things that can happen. Stories of squirrels digging in lawns are as old as time itself. These little pests seem to be everywhere, and it's difficult to keep them away. So how can...
For How Long Should You Water Your Lawn Typically?
Keeping your lawn looking great can be a challenge, but how long should you water your lawn? If you know how often to water your lawn, then you can keep your grass looking fresh almost all year long. There are various factors that go into the question of “how long...
How to Stop Skunks from Digging Up Your Lawn?
Garden pests like gophers and skunks can wreak havoc in your yard, digging holes and destroying plants. Gophers are rodents that live underground, and skunks are small mammals that feed on insects, grubs, and rodents. Read more: HOW TO KEEP GOPHERS OUT OF YOUR YARD...