Frequently Asked Questions
Please check your invoice notes for watering and mowing instructions. There will also be a complete description of the application on the invoice.
This is one of the most common lawn FAQs. Rain is beneficial for pre-emergent and fertilizer applications and does not need to reapply. However, some applications may be affected by rain, so don’t hesitate to call and let’s visit about it!
This lawn FAQ is one of the parents' biggest concerns. You can walk in your yard just as soon as it dries! Just give it a couple of hours.
Wait 48 hours, but don’t hesitate to call if you’re not sure.
No. When you feel you are having a problem with your lawn, just give us a call. Should there be a need for us to come back, it will be at no charge to you!
YES...absolutely! Weeds like Nutsedge and Wild Violets are at the top of the difficulty scale. Some weeds can pose real control problems and will need special attention. Call us today as our staff is trained to deal with them!
There may be several factors. First, the type of weed will make a difference. Some weeds are just more difficult to control and slow to die out. Second, the temperature will majorly affect how a herbicide will/can work on a weed(s). And, from time to time, we may miss one.
Yes. There is a solution to the bare ground areas under your trees: Fescue. We can prepare the soil and seed the Fescue for you. Fescue is a cool-season turfgrass that cannot tolerate direct sunlight but grows well in shady areas.
No. Our services will be completed during normal working hours, and upon completion, we will leave you an invoice describing our service and any notes concerning the service. We will hang the invoice on your door and include a self-addressed envelope to aid in forwarding your payment.
Unfortunately, no. Pre-emergent herbicides are wonderful and work very well on crabgrass, spurge, oxalis, goosegrass, poa annua, and several others. These weeds are called annuals. Perennials must be controlled upon emergence. These are weeds like nutsedge and wild violets. There are no pre-emergent herbicides for these weeds.
This is a herbicide that kills weeds after the seeds have germinated or after emergence.
No. insects and diseases are not predictable occurrences, and applications cannot be made for them on a routine basis. Herbicides and pesticides must be dispensed following the label. If we find an insect or disease present, our representative will prescribe the needed treatment protocols and bring the recommendations to you for approval.
Yes. Our company is licensed in several states. Also, each employee of our company is EPA certified. We are proud of our Training and Certification program at Jamison Pest and Lawn!
Yes. You may pay via the invoice we leave following your application or write just one check for the year. If you pre-pay for the year, you will receive a 5% discount.
Just refer a friend, neighbor, or family member; if they sign up, we will give you your next application FREE! That’s right, FREE! And if you refer to another, Jamison will do it again!
Yes and no. It is what YOU think looks best. However, there are a couple of factors that should be considered. Bermuda is a very hardy, fast-growing turfgrass that generally requires less maintenance. For an absolute answer, it would be best to meet with a Jamison representative to inspect and review the yard and your goals.
No, however, our company has numerous contacts in the field and can make recommendations for your needs.