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Spring Is Here…Time To Plan Your Lawn Care

Now is the time to start planning for a thick, lush, beautiful lawn and landscape! Apply Pre-Emergent now to prevent crabgrass and foxtail weeds this summer!
Whether you plan to do it yourself or let Custom Lawn take care of your Lawn Care Apps, apply pre-emergent now if you want to prevent Crabgrass & Foxtail this summer. Once these tough weeds germinate toward the end of April they are nearly impossible to control. Be smart and prevent them now for a better lawn this summer.
There are many types of pre-emergent. Use a long lasting pre-emergent. We use one that lasts long enough that it can even be applied in the fall. Use the right rate for your situation If you have an abundance of crabgrass/foxtail then use the highest rate, despite the additional cost, we do. When it comes to these tough weeds an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!
Go GREEN with a Green Lawn!


Turf helps improve the environment in way that almost nothing else can: absorbing CO2 (Carbon), producing Oxygen, absorbing dust and soot, preventing erosion, filtering and returning surface water to ground water supplies. A well maintained Lawn & Landscape can add up to $30,000 (15%) to the value of your $200,000 home.

 

Whether your home is in Overland Park, Lenexa or Leawood, Custom Lawn serves the entire Johnson County area.

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The Custom Lawn Advantage

  • Your Personal Technician has a college degree, is experienced, and is your trusted advisor.
  • Environmentally Responsible Approach - Our top concerns are you and your family’s safety & the long term health of our beautiful planet.
  • Always available with a friendly voice.
  • Our goal is to always provide honest advice & real solutions to our customers.
  • We provide full service-residential & commercial lawn care, mowing, & irrigation services. We also maintain your trees, shrubs and landscape.
  • Locally owned by the same family since 1981.

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