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The cost of lawn service is based upon the size (square footage) of the lawn areas to be treated. Timely estimates are provided via phone using aerial imagery.
The cost of pest control is determined by the square footage of your house.

If you are unhappy for any reason please let us know and we will be out in 24 hours or less to address the issue.

Yes but, only if you request. Your account will automatically notify us to contact you the day before service is performed.

We offer a large variety of lawn care services and solutions.  Please visit Services Page for our list of lawn, pest, and tree/shrub programs and services.

When Progressive Lawn and Pest treats your home, a detailed list of instructions and what was applied during the visit will be left for you to review.  A small sign will also be placed in the front of the yard, with the Progressive Lawn and Pest logo, also indicating that a service has been completed.

Yes.  Your invoice will specify how long children and/or pets need to remain off of your lawn after a particular application.  Because all applications require irrigation to move products down into the soil, products are only at the surface a short while.  We do recommend that you follow all irrigation instructions specified on your invoice.

Yes as a good rule of thumb always wait 24 hours then water the application in with about ½ of irrigation or rainfall. Always try and water lawn within 10 days or application results might be diminished.

Late summer/early fall (September-October). In Oklahoma it is best to over-seed your Fescue in the fall as we head into the cooler season.

Each lawn application will have specific watering instructions. Once the lawn has been watered after a specific application, you can mow at any time. (In the event the Route Manager has specific mowing requirements pertinent to your lawn they will be specified on your invoice.)

We have 3 convenient ways for you to pay. You may pay via mail, over the phone, or on our website. www.tulsa-lawncare.com

If you believe your lawn might have a fungus please call us right away so we can address the problem.

Common Lawn Problems

Lawn diseases usually appear as circular dead or dying spots in the lawn.
A few serious fungal diseases can affect home bermudagrass turfs. Spring dead spot, brown patch and dollar spot are among them. Bermuda decline (root rot) is another disease that occurs in poorly drained soil.
Spring dead spot starts as circular spots about 6 inches wide and can grow to 2 or more feet in diameter. It begins in the fall, but the damage will not appear until the spring. It is a problem on lawns where high amounts of nitrogen were used throughout the year and especially in the fall. Thatch build-up only worsens the problem. Avoid high nitrogen applications in the fall or late summer.
Some of the more serious pests that feed on Bermuda grass are armyworms, cutworms, sod webworms, and white grubs also chinch bugs seem to be very active this year (2023).
Bermudagrass mites and mealybugs can be a problem by piercing the grass and sucking out the plant juices. This can stress or thin the grass, but usually will not kill it. During the summer, when the grass is actively growing, it can easily handle small numbers of these insects.
If you believe your lawn is not performing well in the summer heat there is a good chance it will be insects doing the damage. Please give us a call so we can come out and access the damage.
Armyworms, sod webworms, white grubs, chinch bugs, bermudagrass mites and mealybugs. Drought damage, after a few weeks without adequate rainfall bermuda grass will begin to go dormant.

Lawn Insect Problems

If you believe your lawn is not performing well in the summer heat there is a good chance it will be insects doing the damage. Please give us a call so we can come out and access the damage.

Common Weeds in Oklahoma

Bermuda in general is NOT considered a shade tolerant grass. In most cases all grasses will thin out over time in heavier shade environments. Most Bermuda varieties start having some issues with shade once the full sunlight time drops below 70%.