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New Concrete Driveway, Patio or Walks Recently Installed? ………….. All-Inclusive Lawn Repair Help is on the Way!

What better way to compliment your new concrete driveway, patio and walks than by adding professional lawn repair services to your project.

Our team at Pacocha Landscaping Services, Inc. specializes in making lawn repairs by seed that are not only seamless to the eye, but are friendly to your mower as well.

We have the ability to modify (lower or elevate) surrounding soil grade levels to meet new paved surfaces gradually, over large swaths of area (as/if needed).  Depending on location and elevation of new concrete pavement installed, we will also provide professional feedback as to any/all soil grade changes needed to further improve drainage at your property.

Here are just a few of the services we offer to further improve both lawn and landscape after new concrete has been installed.

  • Noxious/invasive weed control
  • Repair of construction related wheel-ruts and debris removal
  • Mechanical roto-tilling of soil
  • Top soil delivery and installation
  • Grading of existing and/or new soil to properly meet top edges of new pavement
  • Granular fertilization services
  • Manual and/or mechanical premium grass seed planting
  • Installation of vegetative establishment blankets

We truly enjoy growing healthy lawns from seed, that once established, look better and better with each passing season!

Please be sure to let us know if we can be of additional help or answer any questions you may have.  We are happy to assist anyway we can.

Thank you for visiting our site and have a great day!

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…..no, ….no, ….it wasn’t mice, it was VOLES………….VOLES did it!!

Nothing like nearing the end of a long, snowy winter, only to find your lawn has been feasted upon by some stealthy burrowing creatures, a small rodent called a vole!

Although not too common, at least for the sites we routinely service here in the northwest suburban Chicago area, but earlier this spring we found several lawns that were fed upon by voles.

Network of tunnels, runways, cut across surface of lawn.

The longer snow cover remains, the greater the chance of voles venturing out of mulch or leaf covered beds, gardens, around tree roots, etc.  and begin feeding on adjacent lawn areas.

Depending on severity of damage and specific grass plant varieties effected, lightly stressed lawn areas can “heal” without much of any additional care.  However, in more extreme cases, the addition of clean top soil to fill any/all low areas, application of a granular starter fertilizer, planting of premium site specific grass seed and a light peat moss covering will go a long way to restoring full lawn density in no time.

Please be sure to contact Pacocha Landscaping Services, Inc. with any questions or lawn improvement requests you may have.  We greatly appreciate your time and look forward to being of assistance any way possible.

Thank you for visiting our site and have a great day!

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