Your Lawn is Our Priority
Committed to Integrity
We refuse to charge people for unneeded treatments during times that should be offseason just to keep people busy and generate income.
Our services were designed by our owner, who has a Master’s in Turfgrass Management specifically for homeowners in NW Arkansas.
We are a local company built on expertise and honesty. When you have questions, you deal with people that care and know how to help.
Ace of Blades
Let your weeds & pests be our problems
When you choose Ace of Blades, you are choosing to do business with your neighbors. You are choosing to keep our community’s economy strong and healthy. You are choosing the best in customer service and satisfaction. Most importantly, you are simply choosing the best service available at a very competitive price.
What our Customers are Saying
Our yard looks great and they have been very responsive if we have any concerns. They stand behind their promise to retreat if there is an issue. We will definitely use them next year too.
Shannon and Eric Havens
Ace of Blades is simply the best! Their lawn care technicians are always courteous and professional. We get text notifications before our lawn is treated. And our lawn always looks amazing! We love Ace of Blades.
Ace of Blades is the real deal. Their customer service is top notch. The business is transparent and honest. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for help with their lawn or pest control needs.
Tips and Resources
What makes Ace of Blades different than all of the other guys?
We are locally owned and take pride in providing services that actually benefit our customers and giving back to the communities we live in. We’ve been in business since 2005 and are very proud of the reputation we have developed in NW Arkansas. We like to develop relationships with our customers and truly want to be there for their needs. If you have questions, our experts are here to help. Our owner, Josh Landreth, has a Master’s degree in Horticulture, and Ace of Blades is built on that knowledge. Each of our managers are trained by Josh, and are experienced to handle your issues. We do the right thing…ALWAYS. We’re not beyond mistakes, but you don’t have to worry about us taking care of it when we do. It might sound silly, but you can trust that what we say is the truth. We refuse to sell you things you do not need, and the product we deliver is the best in NW Arkansas.
How quickly will I see results with your program?
We are confident that you will see results quickly. It often takes 4-7 days to see your weeds start to die after the treatment. Some weeds cannot be selectively killed without also killing your grass. Please remember that what we do is a process, and not all of your lawn’s problems will go away overnight. We will work to enhance the health of your lawn with proper nutrient management. By enhancing the health of the grass, over time we will see fewer problems in the lawn.
Are the treatments safe for my family and pets?
All the products we use are safe when applied to the label specifications. If you desire to educate yourself on the products, we are happy to provide the labels and SDS sheets to anyone that requests them. There is a toxicity level attached to each product we use, just as there is to many of the products you find in your household. Quite honestly, the toxicity levels are much lower than what people would generally think. Things like caffeine, Tylenol, and many things under our kitchen sink have toxicity levels higher than most of the products we use. Regardless, they need to be used safely, which means abiding by the label. You’ll notice that our workers are wearing rubber gloves, rubber boots, and the Proper Protective Equipment (PPE). Until the product has dried, your family and pets should stay off the lawn. Most products have a 12-hour re-entry period. That re-entry period assures that the product has dried. The fertilizers we apply need to be watered in. Our suggestion is generally to wait for the weed control product to dry, and then to water in the fertilizer the next morning. At that point, I personally have no qualms about my kids playing in the grass.
How much do I need to water?
There is also no way for us to accurately answer this question. It depends on rainfall. It also depends on the microclimate of your lawn (soil, trees, shade, rocks, slope, etc.). A general rule of thumb is that in the summer months, your lawn is going to need approximately 1 inch of water a week. If no rainfall occurs, it is best to provide supplemental irrigation 1-3 days out of the week to equal that 1 inch. It is best to water for longer lengths of time and fewer days. This is what we would call “deep and infrequent” irrigation. This help promote proper root grown and overall healthier conditions.
What height should I mow my grass?
There is no way for us to answer this question for you. It depends on how frequently you mow and many other factors. You should never cut off more than 1/3 of the leaf blade when you mow your grass. So, if you mow your lawn at 2 inches, it should never get over 3 inches before you mow. When you mow more frequently, your lawn will get thicker and more dense.