Fort Wayne lawn care, turf management, fertilizing, weed control, insect control services. 100% satisfaction guarantee. Free estimates. Certified Applicators. At Kicking Grass Turf Management our mission is to partner with you while providing high quality services and products that are affordable and environmentally friendly.
Specialists in lawn and landscape fertilization, weed control, insect control, and disease control.
What Makes us Different from other Fort Wayne lawn care companies?
100% Lawn Care Satisfaction Guarantee
Our main goal is your complete satisfaction with our services. We will visit your lawn as many times as needed between regular fertilization and weed control applications if a problem arises, if you have questions, or if you have concerns.
All of our applicators hold commercial applicator licenses
Our applicators have received training and hours of instruction on fertilizer, herbicide, pesticide, and fungicide use to make sure you, your property, pets, and neighbors stay safe. They are all certified by the Office of the Indiana State Chemist and are insured for the use and application of fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides.
We do not break the law when treating your lawn, tress, shrubs, or landscape plants
Did you know many products used by lawn care professionals have restrictions for use? That’s right, several popular products (especially weed control) have label guidelines against use when temperatures are above 85 degrees and/or the wind speed is above 10 miles per hour. This is because the product could turn into a gas be blown onto nearby flowers and landscape plants, or pets and people in the area.
No-gimmick, no-nonsense lawn care estimates
Our estimates are easy to understand and do not come with tricks or hidden charges.
We soil test all of our customer’s lawns who sign up for a seasonal lawn application plan to determine the exact nutrients their lawn, trees, shrubs, and landscape plants need. Unlike other Fort Wayne lawn care companies, treating every yard with the same products off of big trucks is not our method of operation. Ask your current lawn care company if they soil test your lawn at no charge and if they are confident they are feeding your plants and grass correctly.
Clean Driveways and Sidewalks
Though our spreading equipment is designed to keep granular products from off-target areas, some product still bounce onto driveways, patios, sidewalks, and streets. We ensure as much of the granular product is returned to your lawn as possible by sweeping and power blowing, even out of cracks and lines. Does your concrete look like it snowed fertilizer after your current lawn care company visited? This is not healthy for you, your family, pets, or the environment, plus it is a waste of your money.
GreenCare for Troops
We are only one of few Northeast Indiana and Fort Wayne lawn care companies that participate in Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Troops Program.
One of few lawn care companies in Fort Wayne that is owned by someone who is university trained in turfgrass science and management.
Lawn Care Research
We conduct research in our own lawns and landscape beds using a variety of fertilization and weed control products so we may continually offer you the very best that are effective and environmentally friendly. If you happen to drive by one of our homes to size things up before committing to our services, stop and say hello; we will be happy to show you our current research projects.
High quality grass seed. We do not use contractor grade seed that is inferior and likely to suffer from heat, insects, or disease stress. Read more here.
While we work hard to provide superior fertilization, weed control and other lawn care services to the Fort Wayne area, we also proudly offer the same services with no additional travel fees to:
Angola, Arcola, Auburn, Avilla, Butler, Churubusco, Columbia City, Grabill, Huntington, Kendallville, Leo, Markle, and Roanoke
The Google Earth image below shows a customer’s yard that has been maintained with our quality lawn fertilization and weed control applications and maintenance programs. Can you tell the difference?