Making Lawns Beautiful in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Norfolk, and Suffolk since 1998
If you're ready to experience the ALM difference, contact us.
Slit seeding has proven to be the best way to establish turf from seed. If you are looking to revive your lawn from a tough summer or even start a lawn from scratch, slit seeding is your solution.
Mosquitoes, ticks and fleas can make your outdoor space down right unbearable at times. We can help you reclaim the outdoors and protect your family and pets with an insect control program.
Chances are you spent a lot of time and money on those beautiful hollies, azaleas and camellias, why not protect them and the rest of your trees and shrubs?
Do you have the proper turf for your environment? We would be happy to do a complimentary evaluation of your landscape. Whether its fescue, bermuda, st. augustine or zoysia, we have a turf program to meet your needs.
We recognize that have you a lot of options when it comes to hiring a fertilization and weed control company. We strive to stand out from the rest through customer service and education. In 2013 we received Angie's List Super Service Award.
No more messing around with call centers or waiting around to have an issue in your lawn addressed. When you call, the phone is answered in Virginia Beach (sometimes even by the owner!) and we promise to be on your lawn within 48 business hours to address your concerns.
At ALM, we take a lot of pride in sending a knowledgeable lawn technician to service your property. All of our employees are liscensed by the state of Virginia to apply pesticides and fertilizers. Additionally, every year we send our entire service staff to a 3 day course taught by professors from Virginia Tech's Turfgrass Management Department. Our staff also attends Virginia Tech's Field Day, held locally at the Virginia Beach Agriculture Research and Extension Center. This allows us to see firsthand the progress of current studies on new weed controls, seed types, fertilization rates and maintenance practices in our local climate.