WEED CONTROL
In Charlotte, Mt. Holly, & Belmont, NC

Don’t let weeds rule your lawn, call our visit our site today for professional weed control services.

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Our weed control treatments that go above and beyond the rest for Charlotte, Mt. Holly, and Belmont, NC.

Are weeds strangling the life out of your yard? Then our pre and post-emergent herbicide treatments are what you need. With the power of our weed control services, you can say goodbye to invasive plants all year round.

Beautifully weeded yard in Charlotte, NC

It takes countless hours of hard work to maintain your yard and landscaping properly. That’s why it’s so frustrating when spring and summer weeds start to crash your party. The good news is that you can rely on us for superior weed control treatments that won’t get in the way of your routine. All you have to do is give us a call, and then you can get back to making your lawn the envy of the neighborhood.

Award-Winning Weed Treatments

Weeds can deprive your grass and plants of essential nutrients and crucial sunlight. If you don’t deal with your pesky weed problem, you risk losing the lawn you worked so hard on. We’ll help you get rid of them in no time. That way, they won’t get a chance to steal up all the sunlight, water, and nutrients from your landscaping.

What Do Our Weed Control Services Entail?

Our weed control services include pre-emergent and post-emergent treatments. To get the best results, we recommend pairing weed control with our extensive fertilization program. We’d love to eliminate your weed problem if your home or business is anywhere around Charlotte, Mt. Holly, or Belmont, NC! Our services are also available to several cities in South Carolina, including Fort Mill.

When you hire us at RDS Lawn Care Services, we’ll keep your property free of weeds for the entire year. Our expertise includes both cool-season and warm-season grasses. We’ll know exactly which type of treatments to apply for your specific type of grass and soil. For the ultimate lawn protection, we pair our weed control service with our fertilization program. Doing so will ensure a healthy, vibrant, and durable yard. We enjoy educating our clients, so below is a rundown of our weed control process for each type of grass.

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Office Hours:

Monday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday Closed

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Call Us To Take Back Your Lawn Today!

Don’t let the weeds in your yard determine how it looks. With our help, you can take your lawn back from the weeds and get rid of them for good. As long as you have us applying our treatments, you’ll never have to deal with weeds. At RDS Lawn Care Services, all our programs are born from our proper knowledge, licenses, and training. Our treatments won’t disrupt your everyday lawn routines, either.

We offer our excellent weed control services to cities in and around Charlotte, Mt. Holly, and Belmont, NC. We also do work in South Carolina, especially in Fort Mill. To receive a quote and request our services, please call us today at (704) 822-1625.

Do you have any particularly stubborn weeds? Then we’ll offer you post-emergent touchups at no charge! These will take place in between our regular crew visits.

What Weeds Are We Able To Eliminate?

In North Carolina and South Carolina, the most common types of weeds are:

  • Annual bluegrass
  • Annual ryegrass
  • Barnyardgrass
  • Broadleaf weeds
  • Crabgrass

 At RDS Lawn Care Services, we boast 25 years of successful experience. We’ve dealt with all the common weeds listed above more times than we can count. Thanks to this experience, we always know exactly what to do when we encounter a weed. Other more aggressive weeds in our area include:

  • Bermudagrass
  • Wiregrass
  • Dallisgrass

These types of weeds will take over your lawn in no time. Due to their aggressiveness, we do require an additional charge to eliminate them.

  • Winter: From January to March, we will lay down a blanket spray two times. That will clear out any winter weeds trying to invade your grass, including broadleaf weeds. To prevent weeds from emerging in the spring, we’ll apply a pre-emergent treatment. It will control crabgrass and prevent the emergence of other common weeds.



  • Spring: From April to May, we add a second round of pre-emergent herbicides. That will add further protection to your yard from common spring weeds. After the end of March, we put an end to blanket spraying to preserve your yard. Instead, we will apply post-emergent treatments on the spot.


  • Summer: In the middle of summer, the best weed control you can practice is maintaining healthy grass. As long as you keep up with mowing and watering, you shouldn’t have too many problems with weeds. During this time, we will limit our activity to post-emergent spot treatments. That will take care of any existing weeds and any weeds that happen to pop up.


  • Fall: To preserve your grass, we can’t perform any treatments during this time. Rather, we place our efforts toward fertilization and aeration. As long as you have our fertilization program in place, you won’t have any issues at all with weeds.
  • Winter: If any weeds break through our pre-emergent treatments, we will spot treat them. Also, we’ll apply a pre-emergent treatment to stop crabgrass in its tracks.

 

  • Spring: We’ll add another round of pre-emergent treatment to stop the common spring weeds. If there are any weeds present in your yard, we’ll spot treat those areas only.


  • Summer: As we said with cool-season grass, summer weed control is all about lawn maintenance. Keep up with your mowing and watering while making sure not to overwater. If any weeds poke their heads out, we’ll spot treat them for you.

 

  • Fall: Warm-season grasses will stay in a dormant state during the fall. During this season, we’ll slow down our weed control and fertilization efforts. However, we will focus on warding off winter weeds such as annual bluegrass. During the fall, we will apply lots of pre-emergent treatments. We’re also able to spot treat any weeds that show through during this time.

Understanding Pre and Post-Emergent Weed Control Treatments

We’ve talked a lot about pre and post-emergent treatments so far and you may be wondering what they’re all about and how we decide to use them. Well, it all comes down to whether we’ve already noticed weeds in your lawn or not.

If we don’t see any weeds growing, we use pre-emergent treatments to prevent them from seeding. Since we’re very familiar with all the common weeds in the area, we can kill them off before they even get a chance to grow!

 If we do see weeds, then we’ll perform a post-emergent weed application. In other words, the weeds are already here, so we need to take them out. Not only will our treatment kill the weed, but it will stop it from growing back.