7 Series

We only use “Top Quality” products and we do not cut corners to save money. We only apply “Kid and Pet Safe” products that do not stain. Due to our lower overheads and not having to pay excessive franchise fees, our pricing is very competitive. We also offer flexible payment schedules as well as pre-pay discounts.

Each customer is assigned a professional licensed lawn care technician who has the flexibility to customize our program to meet the needs of your lawn. If for some reason you are not pleased with a particular service or product, you have direct access to the owner of SecureLawn who is available to meet with you on your lawn.



Our SevenSeries Includes:


SERIES I:  Winter

January – March

  • Pre-emergent Weed Control (1 of 2) – helps prevent crabgrass and other weeds from emerging.
  • Fertilizer – Extended release fertilizer which provides optimal food storage during the late winter/early spring months and prepares Fescue lawns for a nice spring green-up.
  • Treatment can be applied either using a liquid spray or granular application depending on weather and type of turf.


SERIES II:  Early Spring

March – Mid-April

  • Pre-emergent Weed Control (2 of 2) – due to the diverse weather climates during this time of year, we apply a second round of pre-emergent for additional protection against crabgrass and other weeds.
  • Post-emergent Weed Control – attacks unwanted annual and seasonal broadleaf weeds. Common types include dandelions, clover, henbit, and many others.
  • Fertilizer – we introduce a high nitrogen based fertilizer to your turf that will increase the overall density and color of your lawn.
  • Liquid Application



April – May

  • Post-emergent Weed Control – controls late spring season broadleaf weeds.
  • Fertilizer – we continue with a high nitrogen fertilizer that is optimal for this time of year to continue improving the overall density and color of your lawn
  • Liquid Application


SERIES IV:  Early Summer

June – July

  • Post-emergent Weed Control – cleans up any additional spring weeds and address summer annual broad leaf weeds.
  • Extended slow release fertilizer – controlled slow release stabilizer to properly feed your turf through the extreme summer conditions (Fescue Lawns).
  • Liquid Fertilizer – Higher nitrogen based fertilizer for warm season grasses (Bermuda/Zoysia).
  • Summer safe, balanced nutrition with micro-nutrients to prepare your turf for the stess of the summer heat.
  • Specialty Weed Control (optional/additional charge). Fights hard to control weeds (i.e. nutsedge, Johnson grass, and spurge).
  • Liquid Application


SERIES V:  Summer

July – August

  • Post-emergent Weed Control – broadleaf weed control and spot treatment for select summer weeds.
  • Liquid Fertilizer – balanced nutrition and micro-nutrients to start the heat recovery process and prep your soil for fall over-seeding.
  • Liquid Application


SERIES VI:  Early Fall

September – November

  • Lime/Sol-u-Cal – Soil in Middle Tennessee consists of clay and rock. This specialized soil treatment allows the grass to use more of the available nutrients in the soil. It will also increases the microorganism activity in the soil benefiting your lawn. Typically, the application rates of using a traditional lime are excessive driving the cost to be 3-5 times a normal application price. Using this product as part of an annual treatment affords us to promote this series at the cost of your normal treatment.
  • Granular Application



November – December

  • Post-emergent Weed Control – focuses on preventing the early germination of cool season annual broadleaf weeds.
  • Fertilizer – Winterizer that protects and feeds your turf through the long, cold winter months. This treatment is extremely important for those clients that have over-seeded Fescue or Rye in the early fall to help the development of the roots and new grass structure.
  • Liquid Application



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