Unkempt lawns, like heads shampooed with Mountain Dew, are plagued with stunted growth, premature bald spots, and a neon-yellow tinge. Feed lawns to help them flourish with today's Groupon: for $60, you get one fall or spring lawn-aeration treatment from DeVries Landscape Management (up to a $130.15 value). This deal is valid for a lawn measuring up to 8,000 square feet and located in any of these zip codes. Areas outside of this service area will be subject to a $10 fuel surcharge.
For nearly four decades, DeVries Landscape Management's deft turf tamers have nurtured lush, unblemished lawns. During core aeration, a team of greenery gurus sweeps onto your backyard or indoor golf course armed with an arsenal of precision machinery designed to reduce soil compaction. After a brief consultation to pinpoint problem areas, technicians expertly churn soil, using equipment with hollow tines to rout out insects hidden in lifeless layers of thatch. Facilitated by the soil's natural moisture during fall or spring, microorganisms gradually cycle back beneath the surface to nourish growing grass. Lawns sprout with healthy vigor as water and oxygen flow freely and roots reach deeper than an actor looking for emotional motivation while starring in a Jacques Cousteau biopic.
DeVries Landscape Management
For more than four decades, founder Hank DeVries and his team of dedicated professionals have manicured local yards, backing all their services with a satisfaction guarantee. Technicians beautify grass not only by mowing and watering but also by methodically eradicating crabgrass and other weeds with phosphorous-free products. Aeration services let air circulate through soil, and hydroseeding stocks soil with a seed blend resistant to common diseases, such as the nausea that often turns grass even greener. Pruning jobs keep trees and shrubs looking presentable, and pest-prevention treatments liberate lawns from white grubs for up to seven months. Crews stay useful when trees are leafless by shoveling snow during the winter months and decorating rooftops in Christmas lights or glowing Thanksgiving dioramas.