Is TruGreen worth the money?
Overall, we give TruGreen a score of 97 out of 100. We believe it's the best lawn care company in the industry. TruGreen offers customers flexibility with five different lawn care programs and is available in 49 states. via
Does TruGreen cut your grass?
While TruGreen does not provide landscaping services or mowing, we do provide tree and shrub plans offering protection against insects and disease. We also offer TruNaturalSM, a 100% natural lawn care option. Services vary by market based on weather conditions, soil types, grass varieties and other local factors. via
Why is TruGreen bad?
Although a growing pool of research links exposure to the pesticides used by TruGreen ChemLawn to nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and headaches and chronic illnesses like lymphoma, leukemia, bladder cancer, and learning disabilities, the USEPA continues to register these pesticides for commercial and residential use. via
Who is better than TruGreen?
TruGreen vs Lawn Doctor Verdict
While Lawn Doctor offers several service plans in 38 states, TruGreen has them beat with five annual plans and availability in 49 states. While Lawn Doctor offers more a la carte services, TruGreen offers some of those very services bundled into its annual plans. via
Is it better to aerate or dethatch?
So should you dethatch or aerate? Core aerating not only breaks up thatch buildup but also relieves compacted soil. Dethatching mostly loosens the top layer of soil and also removes the layer of debris (dead grass) from the soil. Dethatching can really help when overseeding your lawn. via
Should I cut grass before TruGreen comes?
You usually don't want to mow your lawn within 24 hours before any such treatment. This is because if you mow right before an herbicide treatment, there isn't much leaf area left to absorb the weed control. If a broadleaf weed control doesn't come in contact with enough of the plant's foliage, it won't be effective. via
Is TruGreen lawn care safe?
As part of its marketing, TruGreen tells consumers that it offers environmentally friendly, sustainable lawn care services that use no chemicals that may cause cancer, allergic reactions, or other health or environmental harms. via
Will TruGreen hurt my dog?
Their products are toxic to people and pets. A study conducted in 2005 by Toxics Action Center10 revealed, among other things: 53% of TruGreen ChemLawn's pesticide products include ingredients that are possible carcinogens, as defined by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. via
How often does TruGreen come?
Depending on your plan, the typical schedule for applications is every 4-6 weeks. via
Is TruGreen Mosquito Defense worth it?
Overall, customers were pleased with TruGreen's services, with many having used them for lawn service for several years. People using their Mosquito Defense service were similarly satisfied, with most praising the effectiveness of their service even if they needed a re-treatment. via
Can I cancel TruGreen if I prepaid?
PrePayment Agreement: If you elect to PrePay for some or all of your TruGreen services, you acknowledge and agree that depletion of your prepayment funds is not an automatic cancellation of your account and that services, including those containing the application of pesticides, will continue after your prepayment via
Does TruGreen get rid of crabgrass?
Getting rid of crabgrass in your lawn
Because crabgrass is such a tough weed to eliminate, it may be time to bring in an expert. By applying lower volumes of herbicide with smaller spray droplets, the TruGreen technique allows for targeted control of crabgrass and other aggressive weeds. via
Are TruGreen and ChemLawn the same?
Where is ChemLawn Now? If you Google ChemLawn, you'll see they don't have a website anymore. The company is still here, but it rebranded and is now called TruGreen. The company continues to service all across the United States. via