Frequently Asked Questions

What services do you provide?

  • Fertilization and weed control services to deliver the lush green lawn you expect. Read more
  • Plant Health Care, including fertilization, insect, and disease control so your landscape plants can reach their growth potential. Read more
  • Mosquito Control to help you reclaim and enjoy your outdoor living space. Read more
  • Core aeration to improve the health of your lawn. Read more
  • Fescue Seeding to help replenish your lawn each year and prepare it for the upcoming growing season. Read more
  • Season-long fire ant control to protect your family and your landscape. Read more
  • Flea and Tick treatments.

What areas do you service?

Simply Green provides services in and around Metro Atlanta. Not sure if we service your area?

Text or call us at 770-923-0387 or enter your information on the form to the right and we will be in touch!

Do you require a service contract?

Simply Green Lawn Care does not require or offer a service contract. We earn your service with each treatment and will continue to provide outstanding service until otherwise instructed.

How do I pay for your service? Do you have online bill pay?

We offer both autopay and prepay options. Depending on the time of year, you may receive a discount for prepaying. Our customer friendly website allows you to manage services and make payments at any time.

How often do you come out?

Your Service Manager will provide service every 4-8 weeks for a total of 8 treatments every calendar year.

What do I need to do to help my landscape look its best?

Our relationship is a partnership: we provide the right products at the right time of year; you provide the proper maintenance by:

  • Mowing your lawn at the correct height.
  • Mowing every 7-10 days, depending on the time of year and your type of lawn.
  • Watering your lawn and landscape if we do not receive rain.

Your expert Simply Green technician will give you all the information you need to complete your part of the partnership, specific to your lawn and landscape.

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