Frequently Asked Questions
Why hire a professional company?
One big reason is that you’re hiring an expert who can diagnose potential problems. We can tell you whether or not the problem with your lawn is a disease, an insect or simply a lack of water, and that can be challenging for you, the homeowner, to do alone. In addition, when you hire Michigan Greens Keeper, Inc. you’re buying a guarantee for results, and that’s not always the case when you’re buying products right off the shelf. We can offer our customers this type of commitment because we know we’re applying the right amount of the right products at the right time, .We’ll keep coming out until the lawn meets your satisfaction. Plus, putting down the right product at the right rate and at the right time is especially important for many lawn problems, including crabgrass.
What are the risks to my children and pets?
Please follow your Michigan Greens Keeper professional’s instructions listed on the service invoice and remain off a treated lawn until it has dried. This will reduce the potential for contact with the material. When the material is applied to a lawn, it dries very quickly to the target area.
How long do I need to stay off the lawn?
You need to respect anything applied to your lawn. Obviously, you want to be aware of when an application is made to your lawn, and that’s one reason why we post signs in your yard when we apply. You should then wait at least until the application dries before going on the grass or letting the pets out.. It’s important that you know that these products have all been carefully screened and are regulated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. On top of that, we as lawn care professionals have a broad range of products to choose from, and at Michigan Greens Keeper we focus on selecting the ones that are most friendly to our customers, their pets and our applicators.
Why was my lawn technician only here for a short time?
We have specific tasks we are doing on each visit. Our equipment is calibrated to provide the proper rate, our vehicle is fully loaded for our day’s work, and we are well-organized, resulting in an efficient use of our time. When we are out on the lawn, we inspect the turf for potentially damaging insects, weeds, or diseases. We also note your cultural practices and leave information for your review.