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Crabgrass Control
Peachtree City, GA 30269

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30+ Five Star Reviews on Google

How Much Crabgrass Do You Have?

  • Most of it is crabgrass
  • It is just starting to come up & I want it gone
  • 1/2 my lawn is crabgrass & the other half is ...?
  • Not a lot but I don't like the way it looks

Kill The Crabgrass Before...

It Kills Your Grass!

Let's Get Rid of Your Crabgrass!

Easy Scheduling. Quick Service.

Often within 24 - 48 hours, you can be working with us.

We work hard to be easy, quick and efficient at what we do.

Convenient scheduling. Easy team to work with!


When You Call, Who Will You Talk To?

Robert is Nearby Lawn Care’s very own, in-house Customer Support Expert.

He will answer your phone call along with any burning questions that you may have for us.

He'll then add you into a time slot that works best for your schedule, quickly and efficiently.

5 Reasons Why To Pick Us

The numbers just add up!

  1. 30+ Five Star Reviews On Google
  2. Fully Licensed & Insured
  3. Local Office & Building in Peachtree City
  4. Full-Time Office Staff
  5. 100s of Happy Customers
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What You'll Get With Us

1. Your crabgrass will go away

2. Your "Right" grass will thank you...not literally

3. Easy communication. Easy Scheduling. Easy Experience.

4. A connection that does more than just crabgrass control

Recent Jobs

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Job Details

Location of Job: Peachtree City, GA
When: Sep 12, 2018
Service Category: Residential
Services Performed: Weed Barrier Installation, Mulch Installation, Mulch Delivery, Bulk Mulch
Brief Explanation

This is one of our valued yard maintenance customers that we service on an every other week basis.

When we regularly mow our customer's lawns we are constantly looking at how we can make their lawn and property look better.  Our customers really appreciate that because it is important to them as well and not everyone has time to walk their yard to see what maintenance might be needed.

With this customer, we noticed that their current ground covering had thinned out and faded with the sun.  They had pine straw that was really white.

After sending them a picture and informing them that we would be glad to install new pine straw or lay mulch they were very interested.

We ended up getting the measurements and giving them a quote for pine straw with weed barrier and without as well as a quote for mulch with weed barrier and without.

Within a week we had the weed barrier and mulch ready to go and started the installation.

This job took us 1 1/2 days to complete and the end result was fantastic.


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Job Details

Location of Job: Peachtree City, GA
When: Jul 20, 2018
Service Category: Residential
Services Performed: Bush Trimming And Pruning
Brief Explanation

Did We Use Hedge Shears Or Trimmers?

We helped a nearby customer in the Peachtree City area with some of their bushes which were currently out of whack.

Thankfully, this customer's bushes simply appeared to be overdue for a bi-yearly routine trim, so we didn't have to whip out the chainsaw just yet.

Surprisingly, there tends to be a fairly long debate between whether hedge shears or hedge trimmers are the best tools for tackling overgrown bushes.

Now, while there's always die-hard fans who swear by one over the other every single time in every situation, we, however, approach every yard work problem with the best solution possible.

In this case, it involved using a solid trimmer followed by some light touching up with a pair of shears.

Trimmers are by far the most time efficient tools for cutting overgrown bushes such as in the case of this specific customer.

And since we had to tackle a fair bit of bushes in a short period of time, we were happy to use as much time advantage as we could get.

Shears, however, tend to get set aside more than they should these days in some ways though.

Yes, they're old-fashioned and a bit more time consuming, but there is just a certain amount of control and crispness to their cut that the likes of an electric trimmer will never have in some ways.

Long story short, we never pigeon-hole ourselves in operating in the status quo merely for the sake of it being the status quo.

Every customer and job is different, so having a dynamic and adaptable approach to every yardwork situation has helped us in a multitude of ways, and will likely continue to do so for many projects and customers yet to come.

How Often Should You Trim Your Bushes?

The ideal amount of times that your bushes should be trimmed can depend on a variety of factors.

Such factors can include: the specific species of your bushes, what sort of weather region you live in and even the position of where your bushes are in comparison to your home.

As a general rule of thumb though, it's often recommended for most homeowners to have their bushes and other shrubs trimmed on an average of 2-3 Times A Year.

Ideally, near the endings of the Spring and Fall months.

This frequency is a great range for the average homeowner in relations to their bushes, be they very many or very few.

If neglected for long enough, bushes can become overgrown and severely intangled.

These mess of vines and branches not only impact the image which your exterior house can give off, but make it much more of a hassle to get them back into a regular state the next time you go to trim them.

Conversely, however, if your bushes are being trimmed to often, this could likely impact the integrity of the plant and potentially stint it's growth in the future yet to come.

Recent Reviews

William Haney

Peachtree City, GA

Date: Jul 11, 2018
Awesome, Call Garret up and he was able to fit me in his ASAP. Did an awesome job; my yard Looks Great! Would definitely seek his services again!

"My yard Looks Great"

The Fur Pet Resort

Peachtree City, GA

Date: Jun 21, 2018
Just contracted out with them for the summer and got my first cut. Great job and was open to suggestions and seemed to value my opinion as to how I wanted it to look. So far I think I've made a sound decision. Debbie Wilson- Manager The Fur Pet Resort

"So far I think I've made a sound decision"

Ellen Poindexter

Peachtree City, GA

Date: Aug 2, 2018
Great job. Kind and courteous service. Real quick service next day

"Kind and courteous service"

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We Can Do More For You.

Mowing, Yard Care, Gutter Cleaning, etc, etc, etc

What Does It Cost To Remove Crabgrass?

Some people have just a little bit of crabgrass and others have a lot.

How much do you have?

We would love to talk over the phone about your crabgrass problem and give you our estimated solution.

Crabgrass Doesn't Just Go Away

Treat It Before It Takes Over Completely!

It Makes Sense...

To use a company that

  1. Has a commercial address & building here in Peachtree City
  2. Is fully licensed and insured
  3. Has 30+ five star reviews on Google
  4. Has a full-time office staff to communicate with

If these things are important to you, then let's talk...more importantly let's get rid of your crabgrass.

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Peachtree City, GA 30269


Did you know that we are part of the Nearby Service Group.


We do more than just lawn care & weed control.

When you call, ask about all of the other companies we own and operate under one roof.


1. Are you really in Peachtree City?



We are owned and operated right here in Peachtree City.  It doesn't get any more local than that.

Most of our employees live here too.

2. What does this service cost?


It all depends on how big your yard is. How bad the soil's PH is.  How bad of a crabgrass problem you have is.

Call in and let's talk crabgrass so we can give you a price.