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Custom Solutions

At George Lawn Care, we provide personalized solutions to cater to the requirements of your distinctive outdoor living area, all year round.

Professionally Trained Experts

At George Lawn Care, we have a team of proficiently trained experts and specialists who ensure that every service is executed with the appropriate product and equipment, at the optimal time, to maximize its effectiveness.

Guaranteed Results

Our GLC Guarantee ensures that a professional will make periodic visits to your property, as required, to ensure your complete satisfaction, in addition to the scheduled visits.

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About Our Company

George Lawn Care Service is a full-service lawn care business located in Atlanta. It is family-owned, licensed, and insured. Lawn care has always been a specialty of the family, and they have a genuine passion for making lawns look great. They go the extra mile to ensure they give every lawn their unique touch. The business offers consistent and professional quality results at competitive prices. With their extensive experience, they can handle projects of any size. George Lawn Care has a proven track record of providing customized, creative, and quality lawn care solutions to both residential and commercial clients throughout the region.

Our Services

What We Have To Offer

Lawn Mowing

The mowing of the turf will be carried out according to a schedule agreed upon by the customer, which can be weekly, bi-weekly, or another agreed-upon frequency. Our mowing service encompasses turf mowing, line trimming around the edges of beds and turf, as well as the clearing of debris and clippings from hard surfaces such as sidewalks and driveways.

Blow and Trash Removal

We ensure that all work areas are left clean and orderly after completion. This involves blowing clean the areas and collecting any lawn debris such as sticks, trash, and other such items. It is important to note that excessive trash and debris may incur additional costs.

Edging Hardlines & Bed Lines

To prevent any potential damage to stationary objects from trimming equipment, we take special care to treat the turf around their base. Additionally, we use a lawn edger and/or string trimmer to cut sidewalks and other concrete borders.

Pruning (Winter & Summer)

We provide minor pruning services for shrubbery, ornamental trees, and ground covers (excluding those pruned in fall). During pruning, we remove any dead or damaged material. Please note that major removals will incur additional costs.

Weed Control in Bed

As a component of our spring cleanup service, we apply chemicals to beds to ready them for the upcoming planting season. This includes the application of pre-emergent to prevent weed growth in beds, as well as fertilizer to prepare the beds for planting.


We provide customized fertilization services for turf areas as per the maintenance agreement. Our program involves the application of pre-emergent fertilizers in late winter, followed by nitrogen-based fertilizers in the summer, and concluding with a winterizing fertilizer in late fall. We are flexible in tailoring our program to cater to the unique needs of your lawn.

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Are you tired of looking at a dull, lackluster lawn? Do you dream of a lush and vibrant outdoor space that you can enjoy with family and friends? Our expert lawn care team is here to help! By filling out our easy contact form, you can take the first step towards transforming your lawn into a beautiful oasis.


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Top 3 Frequently Asked Questions About Lawn Care

How often should I mow my lawn?

How often should you mow your lawn depends on a few factors, such as the type of grass you have, the climate in your area, and how quickly your grass grows. As a general rule, it’s recommended to mow your lawn once a week during the growing season. However, some grass types may require more or less frequent mowing.


To determine the ideal mowing frequency for your lawn, you should aim to keep your grass at a height of around 2.5 to 3 inches (6 to 8 cm) and never cut more than one-third of the length of the grass blades at one time. Mowing too frequently or too infrequently can weaken your lawn and make it more susceptible to diseases and pests.

How do I get rid of weeds in my lawn?

Getting rid of weeds in your lawn can be a challenge, but there are several methods you can try:


  1. Hand-pulling: If you have a small lawn or only a few weeds, you can try pulling them out by hand, taking care to remove the entire root system.

  2. Herbicides: There are several types of herbicides available for lawn use, including selective herbicides that target specific types of weeds and non-selective herbicides that will kill all plants. Be sure to follow the instructions carefully when using herbicides and wear protective clothing and equipment.

  3. Improving lawn health: A healthy, thick lawn is less susceptible to weed growth, so make sure to water and fertilize your lawn regularly, and aerate and dethatch it as needed.

  4. Manual tools: You can use tools like weeders or hoes to remove weeds from your lawn. This can be time-consuming but effective.


Remember that prevention is always better than cure. Regular maintenance and care, such as proper watering, fertilizing, and mowing, can help keep weeds at bay and keep your lawn healthy.

When is the best time to fertilize my lawn?

The best time to fertilize your lawn depends on several factors, including the type of grass you have and the climate in your area. In general, it’s recommended to fertilize your lawn in the early spring and again in the fall.


In the spring, you should apply a fertilizer with a high nitrogen content to promote strong growth and green up your lawn. This is typically done around the time your grass starts to grow, usually when the soil temperature reaches around 55°F (12°C).


In the fall, you should apply a fertilizer with a lower nitrogen content and a higher potassium content to help your grass build strong roots and prepare for the winter months. This is typically done around 4-6 weeks before the first expected frost in your area.


It’s important to follow the instructions on your fertilizer product carefully and not to over-fertilize your lawn, as this can lead to nutrient runoff and environmental problems. Always water your lawn thoroughly after fertilizing to help the nutrients penetrate the soil and reach the roots.