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When choosing Blade Runners, you will receive a team of certified experts who understand the property techniques to produce the healthiest lawns. Being a locally owned and operated company, we have a firm understanding our soils, grass types and weather conditions allowing for premium quality to be reached.

Blade Runners utilizes high quality materials including granular natural mineral and organic fertilizers. Every lawn application visit is tailored to meet the unique needs of every individual lawn, ensuring each lawn has the essentials to reach its optimal potential.

Our lawn technicians are professionals who are committed to providing you with the highest level of personalized service and results in the industry. Allow Blade Runners to provide you with a reliable experience and we will create a lawn that will be the envy of your neighborhood.

Core Aeration

Healthy roots are developed by core aeration or the loosening compacted soil allowing air-flow to the roots of the lawn.  In addition, aeration allows water to pool in these wells, providing direct water access to the roots of the grass, reducing the amount of sprinkler time needed.


The thatch is the tightly intermingled layer of partially decomposed stems and roots of grass growing between the actively growing grass and the top of the soil.  This area helps to retain moisture and is a normal part of a healthy lawn.  The thatch essentially creates a “blanket” to protect the roots and promotes a thick, strong turf.  If excessive thickness occurs, turf will have slow growth.

Turf Fertilization/Weed Control

Fertilization goes beyond the idea of weed control. Lawns lacking proper nutrition can cross transfer seeds and promote weed growth.  A strong deep-green lawn will essentially choke out weeks and inhibit weed growth and seed transfer.  Grass clippings left on the lawn every time mowing occurs can supply up to half of a lawn’s fertilizing needs. In other words, don’t bother bagging the lawn clippings, leave them on the lawn to provide natural fertilizer every time you mow. As professionals, Blade Runners recommends 5 fertilization applications during the landscaping season- both granular and liquid.

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