Maintaining Grass Areas
OUR grass is always greener.
Lawns and HOA communal areas in the Kansas City region tend to be mostly grass.
That’s why we take turf care VERY seriously. We’re educated and experienced with cool-season and warm-season grasses and can keep your lawn vibrant all year. Proper turf management is the basis of all beautiful landscaping.
Turf Maintenance Services
The best lawns either side of the Mississippi.
You want your HOA community to reflect the care and dedication of the folks living there, and nothing accomplishes that quite like a beautiful, perfectly manicured lawn. From common areas to each individual lawn, our turf maintenance delivers results. When it comes to gorgeous grass it helps to understand the ins and outs and proper care, and we’ve got years of experience. Some of our turf maintenance services include:
Turf Service Areas
Offering white glove service with a green thumb in Johnson County and the Kansas City area.
Don’t take our word for it, hear from our satisfied customers.
The owner and employees of Lifestyle Outdoor are a pleasure to work with. I have known Justin, the owner, for many years. He is not only devoted to building a first class business, he is a very kind person.
Any issues are handled immediately, so there’s never frustration, or excessive time dealing with a problem. Our homeowners and guests always comment how beautiful our landscaping and lawns are maintained. The attention to detail is above and beyond. I highly recommend Lifestyle Outdoor!Anonymous
We recently worked with Lifestyle Outdoor to expand the landscape design in our backyard. Working with Justin Simpson and his team was a great experience. We were very pleased with Justin’s design recommendations. He listened to our ideas, and came up with a great plan that exceeded our expectations. He was very responsive and met all commitments when he said he would. The crew did an awesome job executing all the changes. We really appreciated how careful they were to ensure minimal impacts to our existing landscape, and how they cleaned up everything when they were done. We’ve gotten a number of compliments on our yard and have been happy to recommend Lifestyle Outdoor, and will continue to do so!Gary W.
Wonderful service, friendly workers – our lawns have never looked this good. The mowers take their time and don’t race through the yards.
Everyone seems to take pride in what they are doing. Justin you and your crew are great.
Turf Maintenance FAQs
We get a lot of questions about turf; here are some answers.
Whats the best way to kill grubs in my lawn?
The best ingredients to kill grubs are carbaryl or trichlorfon. Treatment should take place in spring or fall and you should ALWAYS wear rubber gloves and rubber boots when applying. You need to irrigate the lawn with a half inch of water and allow grass to dry before you allow anyone (human or pet) near the treated area. It can be an involved process and one that’s we recommend leaving to professionals.
Why do I have brown spots in my lawn?
A first thing to check is that your dog or your neighbors’ dogs aren’t peeing in your grass, because that will definitely cause brown patches. Grubs and brown patch disease are the two main causes. Brown patch disease can be caused by excess thatch, poor mowing practices, too much fertilizer, compacted soil, soil damage, excessive heat, and humidity. Through regular lawn maintenance we can prevent brown patch disease.
What is the best way to kill Bermuda grass?
Bermuda grass is an invasive weed to our mainly-fescue lawns in and around Kansas City. They do make specific herbicides designed to kill Bermuda grass if that’s a route you want to go. Some choose to go with solarization by mowing the Bermuda short, stretching plastic over it and anchoring the plastic in place with bricks or heavy stones, and allowing the sheets to stay in place for about a month or two. You can also choke them out with mulching.
What height should I mow my lawn?
For cool-season grass, which is most of what we have around KC, we always aim for about 2.5 inches for lawns. The trick is to mow often enough that you only cut the top third of the blade of grass, because that keeps it plush and growing. Grass cut too short can get tough and die.