When people look into hiring professional lawn care companies, they often express concerns about commercial strength weed killer products. Folks worry about what these products can do to their property, their families, their pets, and their water. Here at Kemko, we constantly receive questions like these:
- What’s in commercial weed killers?
- How do weed killing treatments work?
- Will weed control products end up killing my grass?
We understand that you want to do what’s best for your family and your lawn. That concern for safety and effectiveness comes from the heart, and we get it. Here are the top reasons we tell our clients that commercial strength weed killer is the right choice for Atlanta’s lawns.
Our Weed Control Products Are Approved by the EPA
Kemko only uses weed killers that are approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA puts approved products through rigorous testing to ensure that they actually kill weeds and that they are safe for general use.
Our Lawn Care Crews are Highly Trained
There are right and wrong ways to apply commercial strength weed killers. Using too high a concentration will certainly kill your grass wherever the product is sprayed. But constant professional training prevents this from happening. Our crew members are also trained to identify particular lawn problems and to apply specific remedies that will achieve the best outcomes.
Commercial Strength Weed Killer Applications Are weeTemporary
Any landscaper worth their salt will tell you that broadleaf weed killers should only be used as needed. They shouldn’t have to be applied all the time, and that should give you a bit more peace of mind. Pre-emergent weed control, on the other hand, should regularly be used to prevent weed seeds from germinating and rearing their ugly heads.
Killing Weeds Is Not a DIY Project
Homeowners should never apply commercial strength weed killer. When a layperson tries to use concentrated weed control products, there is simply too wide a margin for error. Mixing the solution to the incorrect strength can damage grass if it’s too strong, or it can do nothing at all if it’s too weak. Using the wrong equipment to apply the product can also render your efforts useless. For best results, always leave commercial weed control products to the professionals.
Kemko Knows Weed Control
For over 30 years, Atlanta’s homeowners have trusted their weed control to Kemko Lawn and Shrub. We are a local company that knows everything about Atlanta’s grass types, growing seasons, and weather patterns. Any of our trained experts can provide reliable advice on the best ways to transform your yard into the lawn of your dreams.
Call 770-466-6113 to request a free estimate for commercial strength weed killer applications for your lawn.