If your lawn has damage from chinch bugs, grubs or disease - or is scarce from lack of proper maintenance, powerseeding may be the best option for you. A powerseeder slits the soil with powerful discs, then a hopper on the rear of the powerseeder drops seed into the slits. This process gets the seed into direct contact with the soil, increasing the germination rate of the seed dramatically and giving you great results. Powerseeding can save time and money by eliminating costly loads of topsoil and hours of laborious spreading and leveling.

Fertilawn of Kentucky uses site specific quality grass seed chosen for the specific environment and will apply any modifications necessary to insure great grass growth. This process can be done in the early spring, but it is recommended to be done in the late fall.

Benefits of Power Seeding

Power seeding can provide some great benefits that can ensure an exceptional lawn. Undergoing such a lawn improvement task is considered as one of the must-haves for all commercial and residential properties with turf areas. Specifically, these are the benefits that you can expect from this process:

  • Denser lawn. One of the hallmarks of a great lawn is dense turf. Accordingly, using power seeders on your lawn will facilitate optimal growth of turf, which will make the cultivated grass thicker.

  • Better protection against weeds and bugs. In relation to having dense, healthy lawn, you can also expect your lawn to better defend itself against damages caused by problem weeds and nasty bugs.

  • Revitalized lawn. Power seeding is essentially providing a new lease of life and vitality to your old or damaged lawn. The new seed, once fully germinated, will take over the old lawn and become the new.

  • More targeted lawn restoration. The beauty of power seeders is that they can be used to target specific areas in your lawn. So, in essence, you can just work on problem spots or perform a total renovation of your lawn. Power seeders are designed to minimally disturb your lawn so the healthy areas won’t be damaged accidentally.

Recommended Grass Types for Power Seeding

Using only the right grass variety on your lawn will ensure the success of the project. Fortunately, this is one area where we are considered experts and where we can guarantee you positive results.

These are the types of grass that we recommend for power seeding tasks in Kentucky lawns:

  • Kentucky bluegrasses (Bluegrass Supreme, Midnight)
  • Bermuda grasses (Yukon, LaPrima, Blackjack, Riviera)
  • Zoysia grasses (Compadre, Zenith)
  • Buffalo grass
  • Fescues (tall and fine)
  • OSP ryegrass
  • Cool season mix

Our expert personnel will determine the best turf type to use in your lawn based on certain factors, such as soil type and weather pattern in your area. We usually perform power seeding tasks during autumn, when it is ideal to do such seed preparation for the coming spring season.

Reliable and Professional Power Seeding Contractors

Property owners like you should entrust your power seeding requirements only to landscaping contractors with a solid record. And in the state of Kentucky, we take pride in being among the most reliable companies offering comprehensive lawn care services. We have with us a complete set of equipment and tools (slit-seeders, lawnmowers, spreaders, and the like) that allow us to efficiently perform our lawn care and maintenance tasks.

Additionally, we employ only skilled personnel with ample relevant training and certification in handling specialized lawn care projects. This is our guarantee to our valued Kentucky clients that only capable people are tending to their lawns. Best of all, our clients can expect to pay the lowest amount possible since we offer very affordable rates for the services that we offer.

If you need to know more about how we handle power seeding projects, or if you want to be scheduled for a site check, please feel free to call our hotline or personally visit our Taylorsville office.

We Provide Services to the Following Cities and Towns in KY:
  • Middletown, KY
  • Highview, KY
  • Fairdale, KY
  • Deer Park, KY
  • Shepherdsville, KY