News & Views 2021

Spring 2021...

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Happy Spring!

Hope this finds you and your family well. Here’s what we’ve been working on.

A whole new look and design to our website.

Even more ways to connect with us and a great place to get helpful information on services and products for your yard and pets.

Another great addition to our website is a blog post where we can leave helpful recommendations and tips for your lawn.

Whether you re-read your favorites blog posts or catch up on ones you missed, we hope you’ll get something new out of them!

Customer Reviews

Now more than ever online reviews are an important part of business as well as ours. Not only do they provide us with useful insights, but they also help us to attract new clients. We’d greatly appreciate it if you’d share your feedback by leaving a positive review for us on Google and Facebook. Of course, if we haven’t fulfilled your expectations, please contact us at info@mooreslawnmaintenance.com or call us 630-858-4233. We’d love to make things right again and continue to build our relationship with you. Thanks again for being a valued client of Moore’s Lawn Maintenance!

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Preparing for the season

As the snow melts and the weather starts to warm there is an apparent sense of spring in the air. This is also the time to start thinking about your lawn and backyard parties and planning for graduations and so forth. 

This is also the time to contact us, giving us the opportunity to serve you and help with your lawn needs this season.

We have enhanced our website giving you even more ways to connect with us and a great place to get helpful information.

New for 2021 is our Product Pages. Here you will find products for your pets, backyard ideas and gadgets for spending more time outside. Click below for more information.

What To Watch For

Does your lawn have big yellow spots?

If so your lawn has what is called Snow Mold. Click on this link below for some information on this matter. You are not alone when it comes to this problem. This link is an explanation, treatment and my recommendations.



  • Refer a friend, neighbor or family member today and receive a FREE Fertilizer Application or other service of equal value for each referral.
  • Prepay for your lawn service and receive 10% off
  • Sign up now for our 6 application fertilizer program and receive your 6th application Free the first year. *new client

Click below for more information on our promotions. 

Payment Options

Now Accepting All Major Credit Cards, Zelle and Checks.

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Doggie Damage Recommendations

We suggest a Core Aeration, Seeding and 3 Gypsum Applications. Dog owners report success with gypsum, It may be that it improves soil drainage as well and also prevents the urine from collecting near the crowns and roots of the grass plants.

Click below for more information on our services. 

Pet Waste Solutions

We know this to be an issue every year so we thought we would offer a referral service to Doggie Yard Maid. They are family owned and have been in business since 1996. We ask that you check out their website but let us know if you are interested in the service. We will contact them and give them your information. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Click below for more information.

Doggie damage what can I do?

The light brown/yellow spots in the area where your dog went this winter are burns from his/her urine, and may not recover. You can try raking thoroughly, water heavily, and using our recommendations to the left. We also suggest using our affiliate product Grass Green by Pet Honesty


F.A.Q’s and what to do!

Compacted soil and thatch are the two biggest obstacles to a beautiful lawn. They tend to suffocate grass plants by preventing air, water and nutrients from reaching the root zone. This means your lawn looks less than satisfactory in spite of adequate fertilization, water and tender loving care! Core Aeration opens up the thatch and helps relieve compaction. It should be a regular part of your annual lawn maintenance program.

We have specific tasks we are doing on each visit. Our equipment is calibrated to provide the proper rate, our vehicle is fully loaded for our day’s work, and we are well-organized, resulting in an efficient use of our time. We have a Triumph Sprayer/Spreader which is a machine that sprays weeds and fertilize at the same time. We will be many more times efficient than the average homeowner because of the above as well as the fact that we do this every day. When we are out on the lawn, we inspect the turf for potentially damaging insects, weeds, or diseases. 

As with any lawn application, it is suggested that you keep pets and children off the lawn until lawn application is dry. Since we use granular fertilizer, your wait time would be dependent on the amount of weed control that is applied. Usually 1-2 hours.

Not all lawns are alike! Each lawn has its own distinction. Different soil types, shade versus full sun, or different types of grass usually play the biggest roles in the conditions of a healthy lawn. Different grass types can also show up during dry weather, as well as insects and disease play a factor as well.

The average turf grass consumes about one inch of water a week. If there is not enough rain to meet the need, then watering is the only answer. Soil dries out from the surface downward. By deep watering you encourage deeper rooting of the grass. Water each area long enough to saturate the soil to a depth of six inches, that’s about one inch of water or 20 to 30 minutes per area, 3 times per week or 1 hour per week. When seeding, it’s about one inch of water or 20 to 30 minutes per area per day. If possible, apply most of this inch of water at one time in the early morning. Summer temperatures may affect your watering times due to evaporation. Evaporation may require you to water up to three inches in one week to give the plant an actual inch of water. We also have a product  called Moisture Manager that can help reduce watering time up to 50%. 

Your lawn should be mowed at a minimum of 3” during the growing season. Depending on the lawn, maybe even a little longer. Your lawn should be mowed frequently enough so that you don’t remove more than 1/3 of the leaf blade, at least once a week in the spring and fall when the lawn is growing more vigorous. The mower blades should be sharp and change directions of mowing as often as possible.

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