There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us. At Greenup, our philosophy is that life should be lived to the fullest with family and friends. During this crazy pandemic time, what better place than your own backyard?
We have been making lawns beautiful in the greater Houston Metropolitan Area for over 40 years. We have the experience, professionals, superior products, and dedication to make your lawn and landscape look its best. Lawn fertilizing and lawn weed control are the keys to a healthy, lush lawn. And, don't forget, we can also keep your lawn free of fire ants so they won't ruin your outdoor enjoyment with your loved ones!
Remember, Beautiful Lawns Don't Just Happen.... They Are Made!
We have the most sophisticated program in Houston which will allow your landscape to look its best! We provide Year Round Fertilization to ensure your landscape stays healthy and beautiful.
Your Greenup lawn specialist is a trained professional who knows your landscape's needs. Beautiful lawns and shrubs don't just happen, they are made! Greenup uses the best available materials on your lawn and shrubs which includes Holganix - probiotics for the soil. Joining organic natural lawn care with traditional lawn care is a winning combination!
The Greenup lawn and shrub fertilization program consists of 7 specifically designed and seasonally scheduled service visits. Each visit is tailored to your lawn's specific needs. Besides fertilizing your lawn and shrubs, we treat for weeds, diseases, and insects at the proper time of the year before they have a chance to create problems. We also provide free service calls when taking the full program to address issues that arise between scheduled visits.
Now is the time to strengthen your root system for the winter and have the fall weed control to ensure your weeds are under control now and will have less weed germination in the spring. The fall/winter fertilization treatments are important for your lawn's root system to stay healthy when temperatures get near or below freezing. The lawn is able to recover quicker when the growing season starts again in the spring.