-2023 FERTILIZING & WEED CONTROL CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS– Last revision 2/1/2023
FERTILIZING AND WEED CONTROL:
We offer 5-step fertilization program to keep your lawn looking its best all season long. Service typically starts in early April, depending on weather conditions and ground temperatures
Step 1: Granular blend of fertilizer to promote color, pre-emergent crabgrass control, broadleaf weed control applied to entire lawn.
Step 2: Granular blend of fertilizer to promote color, broadleaf weed control: Liquid application sprayed on weeds as needed
Step 3: Granular blend of fertilizer to promote color, broadleaf weed control: Liquid application sprayed on weeds as needed
Step 4: Granular blend of fertilizer to promote color, broadleaf weed control: Liquid application sprayed on weeds as needed
Step 5: Granular blend of fertilizer to keep your lawn healthy for the winter, Broadleaf weed control liquid application sprayed on entire lawn..
All our fertilizing and weed control application are applied with the environment in mind.
Our happiness guarantee: If you have weeds showing 3 weeks after an application, we will return to control the weeds for free. If your lawn doesn’t green up after an application, we will return for free to make sure your lawn is getting the food it needsWe offer a 5-step fertilization program to keep your lawn looking its best all season long.
AUTO RENEW and CANCELLATION:
This agreement is considered an auto-renewal service, which means it will renew automatically each season, unless the client contacts us to cancel services. A renewal letter will be sent out each spring (usually in February) showing the upcoming seasons services, and the total due or monthly payment amount. If you wish to cancel services, we ask that you notify our office (call or email preferred) to effectively cancel services, prior to services starting for the season. Either party may cancel services at any time. Due to scheduling complications, you may not be able to cancel your service on the same day as your property is scheduled for service.
FUEL SURGHARGE: A fuel surcharge will be enforced when fuel is more than $4/gallon. An additional $2 per visit will be charged when fuel is between $4 and $5 per gallon. An additional $4 will be charged per vist when fuel is between $5 and $6 per gallon.
Fertilizing will be billed after each application is completed and mailed/emailed at the end of the month that the service was done. Payment in full is due within 15 days of the invoice date. If payment is not received within 30 days, finance charges will be assessed in the amount of 3% (minimum of $25.00, whichever is greater.) If your account shows a balance due over 30 days, Timmer Lawn and Snow reserves the right to cancel service immediately. The prevailing party shall have the right to get reasonable costs and necessary disbursement including reasonable attorney fees in having to enforce this agreement. Said attorney fees are actual and reasonable together with all other court costs. Credit card payments are subject to a 3% convenience fee. If you have a credit card on file, Timmer Lawn and Snow reserves the right to charge your card, if your bill becomes outstanding (over 30 days).
PLEDGE of EXCELLENCE:
Our focus since 2003 has been to provide exceptional service for our clientele. We pride ourselves on excellent work, and listen to our customers’ needs, building lasting relationships.
Right To Know Statement
RISK/BENEFIT INFORMATION FOR PESTICIDE APPLICATIONS
This Risk/Benefit information is being provided to you as a requirement of Regulation 637 by the Michigan Department of Agriculture. PLEASE ASK YOUR APPLICATOR ABOUT SPECIAL PREPARATIONS YOU MAY NEED TO MAKE (YARD, HOUSE, POOL) PRIOR TO APPLICATION AND OTHER PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES SPECIFIC TO THE MATERIAL APPLIED.
Definition of a pesticide:
A pesticide is any substance or mixture of substances intended to control pest infestations. The word “pesticide” is an umbrella term for products which control a wide range of pests, Pests commonly found include weeds, insects, diseases, mites, and rodents. Pesticides designed to control these pests are called herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, miticides, and rodenticides. Another group of pesticides called plant growth regulators are used to manage the growth of plants in the
State and federal laws require that pesticides must be applied according to the label directions Labels direct user’s as to how, where, and at what rate the material must be applied. Upon request, your applicator will supply you with a label of the material applied.
Last update 2/1/2023