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Pell City, AL

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Turf Masters - Pell City, AL

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We treat 55,000+ lawns like they're our own.

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Free re-treatments if those pesky weeds return.

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Our team of professionals provide the best lawn care and customer service in the southeast.

Love From Our Pell City Customers

Reviews and feedback from our customers are invaluable. The feedback allows us to address any concerns and issues that customers may have. It also allows us to recognize a job well done and praise our team members. Read the feedback our customers have left for us below.

Paula B.

Very pleased with the results achieved with one year of Turf Masters services. Looking forward see even more improvements this year. Thanks

Mark O.

The service tech actually blew leaves off the yard before treating it. That was unexpected.

Ronald J.

Consistent quality and level of service.

Brent E.

They are willing to stand behind their product quality

Jim P.

Appreciate the excellent communication from TM. Note on door after service call, email with more thorough description of the service and good advice about what I should do on my end in between your visits. Best of all, I am happy with the improvements that my yard has made and look forward to a lot more in the spring.

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We Love Our Pell City Area Family

Pell City, is located in St. Clair County, 30 miles east of Birmingham. Pell City was founded in 1890 by railroad investors. In 1956, the cities of Eden and Oak Ridge merged into Pell City. The city now has a population of more than 12,600 as it is conveniently located off I-20 and close to Logan Martin Lake. Downtown Pell City was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.

With a branch location in Birmingham, we can easily and effectively service homeowners' lawns in the area. Our comprehensive Lawn Care Program produces healthier, thicker, and denser turf for better resistance to weeds, disease, and drought throughout the year. The 7-round program includes fertilization, soil conditioning, and pre-emergent/post-emergent weed control. Products used vary depending on your specific type of grass.