FAQs



What if it rains after you spray?
I have a lot of bugs in my yard. Is there something you can do?
Is there a way to combat weeds before they grow?
How much water does my lawn need to thrive?
What can I do to have a healthy, green lawn?


Q: What if it rains after you spray?
A: We use a wetting agent that will encapsulate the chemicals so they won't wash away. This allows chemical retention for long lasting results and reduces wasteful evaporation and harmful runoff. We use the latest chemical technology to ensure that you have a green lawn while maintaining a healthy environment.

Q: I have a lot of bugs in my yard. Is there something you can do?
A: There's no doubt about it, Florida is filled with bugs! There are many pests in the area, and we can help you combat them on your lawn, shrubs, and plants. If the bugs in your yard are concerning you, give us a call today to schedule your free lawn inspection, and we'll see what we can do for you!

Q: Is there a way to combat weeds before they grow?
A: Yes, the use of a pre-emergent herbicide will help to prevent weeds from growing. Pre-emergents are primarily used to control annual grasses such as crabgrass, goosegrass, and annual bluegrass, as well as some annual broadleaf weeds like chickweed and henbit. The experts at Pearce Power Spraying can identify the vegetation that does not belong and which application will eradicate them most effectively. Pre-emergent herbicides are just one of the many tools that we use to keep your lawn healthy and weed-free.

Q: How much water does my lawn need to thrive?
A: As lawn care experts, we recommend that your lawn needs at least 1" of water per week to remain healthy and green. Either too little water or too much water can damage your lawn, so be cautious.

Q: What can I do to have a healthy, green lawn?
A: There are many steps that you can take to ensure that your lawn looks great. Consider the following advice:
a. Properly water your lawn.
b. Use the right tools to mow your lawn and tend to maintenance needs.
c. Don't mow your grass too short, as this could cause damage to your lawn.
d. Alternate your mowing pattern.
e. Trust in our professionals for lawn care services.