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Lawn Love connects you with a Powell lawn care provider based on the services you need and your location. We provide the benefit of having hundreds of lawn pros on our platform to choose from, each with different skills and experience, and all local to Powell. This helps you, the customer, to be matched with the right person for the yard work you need completed based on expertise and availability. Gone are the days of relying with uncertainty on a friend or neighbor to help with your lawn.

Depending on the availability of the lawn pros in Powell, we can generally get your job scheduled in as quickly as 2 days. You’ll be notified as soon as a provider picks up your job and it will be added to their schedule, without you needing to do anything else!

The best thing is you don’t need to change your plans to accommodate for your lawn pro’s services. Everything from booking to payment is handled online, so you don’t need to be home when the service is completed. If you have a gate code or special instructions, include that information during or after the quote process and the message will be relayed to the pro.

Occasionally you may experience rescheduled jobs. If your job needs to be rescheduled, it will be opened back up for pros who have the first availability to accept it. You’ll be notified with the new date and time once it’s confirmed.

370 new customers have streamlined their lawn care in Powell by using Lawn Love. Give us a try today and see what everyone is raving about!

Did you know? Talented lawn pros using Lawn Love's platform have completed over 2013 jobs in Powell over the last year! We think it's safe to say you're in great hands. Why not give it a try today?

Lawn care service in Powell

Lawn Love appreciates the beautiful scenery and landscapes of the Highbanks Metro Park, Village Green Park, Library Park, and other natural spots in Powell. However, we most admire the homeowners of Powell, trying their very best to maintain a lush lawn! It's not easy, we understand.

We want to help you avoid the stress of lawn maintenance by providing you with professional lawn care services at some of the most affordable rates in the city.

Your lawn care provider will be an expert. We've serviced many homeowners in Powell and are aware of the terrain as well as the tweaks and techniques needed to give you that captivating lawn you've always wanted.

To find out more, just call us today at 614-629-8754 to get a two-minute quote and find out how Lawn Love can make your dreams of free time come true!

Lawn care facts in Powell

How often should I mow my lawn?

Here are the most common lawn mowing frequencies in Powell:

How are lawn care prices in Powell?

Prices vary depending on the size of the lawn and frequency of your service. Here are some average lawn care prices for homes in Powell:

While the frequency at which you should mow your lawn will vary from property to property, it's always recommended to maintain your grass at a regular interval. Too long between cuttings can cause shock to the plant and result in an unhealthy lawn or bald spots. At Lawn Love, we always recommend weekly or bi-weekly mowing services to maintain a lush healthy lawn your neighbors will envy!

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There won't be any rain in Columbus today, which means you'll probably have to water your lawn. Dusk and dawn are the best times to water your lawn (the sun will rise at 6:54 AM and set at 8:09 PM today in Columbus).

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Pests/Mold control: The underground lawn pests common to Powell like armyworm and grubs love leaf piles to live in. Even worse, Powell gets up to 23 inches of snow in winter and an average of 39 inches of rainfall. These weather conditions not only support pests but make your lawn a breeding ground for fungus.


Molds bring their fair share of trouble. When large leaves are left to decay on your turf during winter or fall, there is a high probability that snow molds and brown patches will develop. Both of these diseases cause adverse effects like poor growth and, ultimately, grass death.


More food for your turf: Grasses manufacture their food using sunlight. If a layer of leaves prevents your grasses from getting direct sunlight, they will struggle to feed. Even more, specific cool-season grasses that suit Powell lawns like Kentucky bluegrass and perennial ryegrass aren't particularly shade resistant and can't cope with being covered.


Furthermore, your turf needs water from precipitation alongside regular watering to survive. If there are leaves on your grasses, this will prevent rain and dew from getting to the roots. This will lead to dehydration and lower nutrient supply and storage.


Improved growth: Don't misunderstand us, leaf removal doesn't foster fast turf growth like fertilization. If you want your grasses to develop quickly, you should hire fertilization experts through Powell lawn care for the right selection and application of these chemicals. Think of it this way, leaf removal allows your grasses to consume adequate nutrients essential for their growth.


Control fungus: Most lawn diseases common to Powell are caused by fungi. Diseases need three conditions (the disease triangle) to attack your turf. First, there must be a disease pathogen in the form of fungi, viruses, and more. Next, your turf must be susceptible to this pathogen. Thirdly, the right environmental conditions must be in place.


Not removing leaves from your lawn ticks the first and third factors. However, other factors like bad mowing techniques and excessive fertilization can further aggravate the third determinant. You should consider Powell lawn service for professional craftsmanship.


Put another way, fungus thrives when your lawn is wet and there are leaves on it. This is what exposes your grass to disease.


What to do with leaves collected from your lawn?


You absolutely must collect leaves from your yard. But you may not be sure what to do with them. Drop them at a local waste collection site? No, those fallen leaves could be a treasure! Let's see how.


Compost Pile: If you don't already have a compost bin in your home, you should get one. Composting does a whole lot of good to your lawn. Firstly, it enriches the soil, helping it to retain moisture and suppress diseases. It also reduces the need for chemical fertilizers. Finally, not all fungi and bacteria are harmful to your turf; composting encourages the production of harmless microorganisms that break down organic matter in the soil, creating more rich and nutrient-filled soil.


Add those fallen leaves to your compost bin. You will want to make sure that they're dry and you're willing to mix them with green materials like fresh grass clippings for quick decomposition.


Mulch: You could use those collected leaves to mulch your lawn. Mulching means covering your soil surface with a layer of material to conserve moisture, improve fertility, and increase overall health. It may sound ridiculous to rake weeds only to put them back, but the overall importance is quite impressive.


The leaves' sizes and the thickness of the layer are significant determinants in the results of mulching or just leaving grasses on your turf. Mulching requires small leaves, forming a thin layer that acts as a soil conditioner. In contrast, untouched leaves will only be a thick, large blockage to soil nutrients.


Garden bed use: Another good use of collected leaves will be on your garden beds. There are two techniques to this approach: either chop the leaves, spread them over the soil, or dig your topsoil by a few inches and bury the leaves. Either way, the leaves will foster a quick recovery of nutrients.


If you don't particularly enjoy lawn maintenance, you could give the leaves to Powell lawn service when your provider has finished with seeding.


Leaf removal tips for Powell Lawns


Mow the leaves. There are three stress-free options for leaf removal. The first is to get Powel lawn care for an affordable yard cleanup service. You could also consider using a leaf blower rather than a rake, but that'll add to the cost of maintaining your lawn. Otherwise, increase your mower's blade to the highest setting, and run over the fallen leaves, shredding them into very tiny pieces suitable for mulching soils.


Only rake dry leaves. It's harder and inefficient to remove wet leaves. This is because wet leaves are heavier and will stick to the ground, clumping together. The best practice is to allow the leaves to dry, even if you want to mow over them.


Get help from the kids. You could have many exciting adventures with your kids, and an unpopular but potentially fun one is raking. Kids have a lot of energy and do sometimes enjoy helping out.


Clear gutters. Don't forget to take out those leaves that might clog your gutters. In fact, sometimes, your best bet would be to flush the entire gutter system. The easiest approach? Get help from Lawn Love's Powell lawn care service.


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