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Are you looking for a local, professional, independent lawn care company?

Welcome to the home of the UK LCA, the place for homeowners who prefer to work with an Independent Lawn Care Specialist.

LCA Members agree to follow a ‘code of practice’ including ‘accreditation’ designed to give you, the Customer, the confidence to trust that your lawn is in safe hands.

Our Members are committed to the highest standards of lawn care providing a knowledgeable, bespoke, efficient and friendly service to homeowners throughout the UK.

 

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Why not ask a lawn care professional to give yours a 'free health check?'

Just take a few moments and pop outside to take a close look at your lawn?   You may find traces or maybe volumes of moss, maybe weeds, or is the colour just bland?  Are there layers of 'thatch' above the soil preventing the grass to breathe?  Click here for HELP !!!

  Latest News

YOUR LAWN NEEDS YOU!

Posted Monday, June 19th, 2017

Not wishing to state the obvious......but your lawn will only look at it's best if you give it some help by way of H2O!  Yes, wait till dusk comes and dowse areas thoroughly for as long as you can.  It does impact the water bill true, but it complements what you invest in the lawn by way of controls, treatments and fertilisers.  ...read more

Cometh the rain, cometh the ants!

Posted Friday, May 19th, 2017

The ant nest Surface activity This county (Cambs) saw 40mm of rain on May the 17th and the earth sucked it all up; but anyone mowing the following day will probably have seen surface ant activity.  Since the insecticide chlorpyrifos is no longer permitted, all we can do is use an off-the-shelf product to treat them.  As you can tell from the image here, try and penetrate the actual nest ...read more

Watering Your Lawns

Posted Thursday, May 11th, 2017

A good reliable watering system will help.... The 2016/17 UK winter, in general, has been really dry.  Although there was good growth potential in March, growth slowed in April due to those Northerly winds and even the first half of May looks unseasonably dry. We do suggest you begin weekly watering now; it may cost a few pounds but it's a good investment to support the costs already invested...read more