Call Now
(570) 609-1700
Save *50%For Life
Turfcor Referral Program

Sign Up For Any Service Package For The 2021 Year To Enroll

(*5 Visit Minimum Package)

What You Get
  • 10% Base Discount For Life
  • Lifetime Referral Program Enrollment
  • 5% Discount Per Referral, Up To 8 Referrals (40%)!
  • Earn up to a 50% discount for life
Your Referral Gets
  • $15 Off First Application
  • 10% Base Discount For Life
  • Lifetime Referral Program Enrollment
Enroll Now
Refer & Save Up To *50% Off For Life

Enter your email to join the Turfcor referral program and save up to 50% for life when new customers sign up for a Turfcor Service Package using your referral code.

(* Minimum 5 visit service plan required. 5% off per referral. Maximum 50% off for life.)

Program Details
No Thanks, Maybe Later
Full Service Lawncare
TurfcorSM Certified Packages

Full Service Lawn & Tree Care Packages

Turfcor Lawn and Tree care understands that a healthy, green lawn, and thriving tree and shrubs do more than just increase the beauty of your home. It can also increase the value of your property by as much as 15%. With that beauty comes lots of time, hard work, and attention detail.

The experts at Turfcor Lawn and Tree Care specialize in these services so you can get back to spending that valuable time doing the things that matter most to you with the ones you love. We offer comprehensive Lawn and Tree and Shrub Care packages that will promote a lush, healthy, beautiful landscape, and prevent damage caused by pests and insects.

Get Started With Turfcor Certified Full Service

Call Now! (570) 609-1700

Get in touch with the Turfcor Certified experts to get started with a full service package that will keep your lawn and trees looking green and healthy all year round.

Turfcor Primary
$45.00
Get A Quote
Turfcor Primary is the essential care your lawn needs.

The Turfcor primary package is essential to provide your lawn with the nutrients it needs for a healthy, thick, green, weed free lawn. Pre and postemergent weed control included in this package will keep those unsightly weeds out of your lawn.

Treatment Plan
    • Crabgrass Pre-Emergent:
      Crabgrass prevention begins in the Spring.

      Putting down a crabgrass pre-emergent treatment in the spring will help keep most of those pesky crabgrass weeds from popping up during the summer. A crabgrass pre-emergent treatment targets germinated seedlings and roots, preventing those unsightly weeds from establishing a home in your lawn.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

    • Lime Application:
      Balancing the pH of your soil is essential to a healthy lawn.

      When lawns are weedy, patchy in spots or turn yellow, it may be a sign that the pH balance of your yard is out of whack. One of the primary methods of correcting the problem is to add lime to your lawn to restore depleted nutrients and balance the soils pH.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

Turfcor Preferred
$50.00
Get A Quote
Turfcor Preferred will assure a year round healthy lawn.

The Turfcor Preferred package keeps your lawn free from weeds, damaging grubs, and surface feeding insects. This package also includes a lime application to balance your soils pH and a winterizer application that will strengthen your lawn’s root system, store vital energy, and increase cold tolerance through harsh winters.

Treatment Plan
    • Crabgrass Pre-Emergent:
      Crabgrass prevention begins in the Spring.

      Putting down a crabgrass pre-emergent treatment in the spring will help keep most of those pesky crabgrass weeds from popping up during the summer. A crabgrass pre-emergent treatment targets germinated seedlings and roots, preventing those unsightly weeds from establishing a home in your lawn.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

    • Grub Control:
      Grubs can damage a lawn by feeding on the roots of your grass.

      Grubs are the larval, or immature, stage of several species of beetles and chafers, and can wreak havoc on your lawn without the proper preventative care. Applying a preventative grub control product in the spring or early summer will provide much better grub control than waiting until after the damage has occurred.

    • Surface Insect Control:
      Damage to your lawn could be due to surface feeding lawn insects.

      These insects are capable of destroying lawn areas in a very short amount of time, and repair of those areas can be very costly and aggravating. The best approach for treating Surface Feeding Insects, is a preventative one.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

    • Lime Application:
      Balancing the pH of your soil is essential to a healthy lawn.

      When lawns are weedy, patchy in spots or turn yellow, it may be a sign that the pH balance of your yard is out of whack. One of the primary methods of correcting the problem is to add lime to your lawn to restore depleted nutrients and balance the soils pH.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

    • Winterizer Fertilization:
      Not all grass is created equal.

      Some grasses grow best in 65-75 degree weather and are considered cool season grasses, while others are labeled as warm season grasses. Cool season grasses benefit the most from winterization, ​which is a late fall fertilizer application designed to help lawns store more food for winter survival, and to encourage thick and rapid growth and rooting in the spring.

Turfcor Premier
$54.42
Get A Quote
The Turfcor Premier package is the Gold Standard of lawn care programs.

This package includes fertilization, crabgrass prevention, broadleaf weed control, grub control, surface feeding insect control, a winterizer application, a lime application and Aeration and Overseeding. The Premier Package will have your lawn being the envy of all your neighbors.

Treatment Plan
    • Crabgrass Pre-Emergent:
      Crabgrass prevention begins in the Spring.

      Putting down a crabgrass pre-emergent treatment in the spring will help keep most of those pesky crabgrass weeds from popping up during the summer. A crabgrass pre-emergent treatment targets germinated seedlings and roots, preventing those unsightly weeds from establishing a home in your lawn.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

    • Grub Control:
      Grubs can damage a lawn by feeding on the roots of your grass.

      Grubs are the larval, or immature, stage of several species of beetles and chafers, and can wreak havoc on your lawn without the proper preventative care. Applying a preventative grub control product in the spring or early summer will provide much better grub control than waiting until after the damage has occurred.

    • Surface Insect Control:
      Damage to your lawn could be due to surface feeding lawn insects.

      These insects are capable of destroying lawn areas in a very short amount of time, and repair of those areas can be very costly and aggravating. The best approach for treating Surface Feeding Insects, is a preventative one.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

    • Lime Application:
      Balancing the pH of your soil is essential to a healthy lawn.

      When lawns are weedy, patchy in spots or turn yellow, it may be a sign that the pH balance of your yard is out of whack. One of the primary methods of correcting the problem is to add lime to your lawn to restore depleted nutrients and balance the soils pH.

    • Aeration and Over Seed:
      Aeration also improves seed germination.

      Core aeration loosens the soil, allowing water, air, and nutrients to reach the roots to be absorbed. Grass seeds germinate easily in the aerated holes. Aeration and overseeding paired together has many benefits, from thickening an existing lawn, to introducing increased disease and insect resistant grass varieties, to filling in bare areas where weeds are sure to develop.

    • Fertilization:
      Over time, many lawns will leech nutrients out of their soil.

      Most nutrients for your lawn are water-soluble and whether through rain or irrigation, the water will carry these nutrients out of your lawn. This will leave your lawn nutrient deficient, which will leave you with an unhealthy lawn susceptible to disease. In some instances, the soil that the grass is growing in does not have the naturally occurring nutrients that turf needs to grow. Fertilization will feed the grass roots the nutrients it needs for a thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

    • Broadleaf Weed Control:
      The presence of weeds in a home lawn tarnish the appearance of turf.

      Unwanted weeds compete with the desired turf grass for water, nutrients, light and space. Lack of control of these weeds often results in a deterioration of the turfgrass stand as the number of weeds increases. Total lawn renovation eventually may be required should weeds be allowed to dominate the stand.

    • Winterizer Fertilization:
      Not all grass is created equal.

      Some grasses grow best in 65-75 degree weather and are considered cool season grasses, while others are labeled as warm season grasses. Cool season grasses benefit the most from winterization, ​which is a late fall fertilizer application designed to help lawns store more food for winter survival, and to encourage thick and rapid growth and rooting in the spring.

Tree & Shrub Program
Turfcor Professional 5 Step Tree & Shrub Program

Ornamental tree and shrubs add a scenic beauty to your yard, and just as much as you enjoy your landscape, pests do as well. These pests can cause severe damage to your vegetation. Weather and disease also play major factors in the overall health and appearance of your tree and shrubs. Our licensed technicians will monitor and treat for any pest and disease related activity so your landscape can reach its full potential. Contact Turfcor today to schedule your free, no hassle, no obligation consultation.

Treatment Plan
  1. Early Spring (March Through April)

    Dormant Oil: A Dormant Oil application is applied to tree and shrubs in early spring to control overwintering mites and scale insects.

  2. Late Spring (May Through June)

    Insect and Disease Control: This insect and disease control application will provide protection from many pests such as Spider Mites, Japanese Beetles, Weevils, Aphids, Scale insects, foliar diseases, and many others.

  3. Summer (July Through August)

    Insect and Disease Control: This insect and disease control application will provide protection from many pests such as Spider Mites, Japanese Beetles, Weevils, Aphids, Scale insects, foliar diseases, and many others.

  4. Late Summer (September Through October)

    Insect and Disease Control: This insect and disease control application will provide protection from many pests such as Spider Mites, Japanese Beetles, Weevils, Aphids, Scale insects, foliar diseases, and many others.

  5. Fall (November Throuh December)

    Deep Root Fertilization: This deep root fertilization will provide essential macro and micro nutrients directly to the tree and shrubs root system. Deep root fertilizing in the fall will help the tree and shrubs maintain its vitality throughout the winter season and be in place for the Spring blossom.

Get A Free No Hassle Quote Today

Schedule your appointment today with one of our experts in lawn care. Whether that means establishing a traditional golf course style turf, or a natural, completely organic yard, we will build a plan to give you the lawn of your dreams. Enjoy your summer and let us do the work!

Give your home the lawn your neighbors will envy, and your family and pets deserve.

Address
Turfcor Primary
Per Service Visit (5)
Turfcor Preferred
Per Service Visit (6)
Turfcor Premier
Per Service Visit (7)
Processing Request