From our A.I. driven accurate turf measurement on your property that can provide you a quote within minutes to text-based notifications and updates, you’re going to love your experience with Canopy.
Our approach to lawn care is to focus on improving your soil’s ability to support your lawn. Over time this means less herbicides and fertilizer, which is better for your family & the environment.
Our program is based in turf grass science and best practices. From carbon sequestration to cation-exchange capacity, we’re taking residential turf care to a whole new level.
HealthyLawn™ is our signature, innovative turf building and weed preventative program that works year-round to give you a beautiful, healthy lawn. The program consists of seven applications throughout the year. Click the arrows below to view each lawn treatment.
In this application we will apply both a foliar preemergent and postemergent herbicides to control existing weeds and keep new ones from developing. We will also apply a complete foliar fertilizer and a carbon-based food source to feed the soil flora. Combined, this is the first step to prepare your lawn for the coming growing season.
In this application we will apply a low analysis, controlled release, complete granular fertilizer that contains preemergent, as well as meals to feed the turfgrass plant and soil flora. A postemergent herbicide will be applied as needed (spot treatment), to control existing weeds.
In this application we will apply the last of the preemergent to help prevent summer annual grassy weeds. We will also continue feeding the soil with another complete foliar fertilizer and carbon based food source to feed the soil flora. A postemergent herbicide will be applied as well.
In this application we will continue feeding the soil. We apply a complete foliar fertilizer and carbon-based food source to feed the soil flora. A postemergent herbicide will be applied as needed (spot treatment), to control existing weeds.
In this application we will continue feeding the soil. We apply a complete foliar fertilizer and Carbon based food source to feed the soil flora. A postemergent herbicide will be applied as needed (spot treatment), to control existing weeds.
In this application we will apply a foliar fertilizer, along with essential amino acids (Humic & Fulvic). This application also helps oxygenate the turfgrass plant’s root system. A postemergent herbicide will be applied as needed (spot treatment), to control existing weeds.
In this application we will apply a low analysis, controlled release, complete granular fertilizer that also contains meals and carbon food sources for the plant and soil flora. No postemergent herbicides are used in this application because it can interfere with the aeration and seeding process.
We’re proud of the evidence-based, scientific turf care program that we have developed. Not only is our service smarter, it’s safer and more convenient than traditional lawn care services. We invite you to experience the difference.
Most lawn care companies treat the symptoms of poor soil. This means they put down lots of nitrogen to green up your lawn, and they spray a lot of herbicides to kill the weeds. But there’s a better way. By focusing on the health of your soil, we can reduce the need for fertilizer and herbicides over time. Better for your lawn, better for the environment.
Otherwise known as bedrock, this is the lowest layer. It can be from 6 to 60 feet below the topsoil. It’s characterized by unbreakable materials that are tightly bound together.
The C horizon is a subsurface layer of soil that consists of weathered rock, unconsolidated floodplain sediments, and loose sands with lower organic content.
A subsurface horizon with decreased organic matter and an increase in clay. Clay is frequently made up of iron and aluminum-based compounds. Clay tends to be dense, inhibiting adequate drainage, and can result in standing surface water.
The uppermost layer of soil the A horizon is typically darker in color due to decomposing organic matter, also referred to as “humus”. This is the layer that is critical to the health of your lawn, and is typically lost in the home building process.
The topmost layer of soil that is composed of organic matter, also referred to as plant litter. The upper part of this layer often has pieces of undecomposed plant matter. This is the layer where turfgrass grows.
This is the most important layer for your lawn. When homes are built the land is graded, which results in the loss of the topsoil layer. Then the property is either seeded or sodded, which means the grass doesn’t have much to work with. Other lawn care companies solve for this by applying a ton of fertilizer and herbicides, at Canopy we focus on restoring your soil so your lawn can be sustainable for years to come.
Why should you believe us? Because in addition to guaranteeing your satisfaction, we have an A+ rating on the Better Business Bureau and a +4 star rating on Google, HomeAdvisor, Angie, and Thumbtack. On top of that we are fully licensed and insured. Finally, we conduct thorough national background checks and drug screen all of our employees, so that you know we are a company you can trust with your property.
We’ve partnered with One Tree Planted, which allows us to contribute to global reforestation efforts and live in alignment with our values by planting one tree in honor of every new Canopy customer that joins our family.
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