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Kanata & Stittsville Lawn Care Services

Lawncare for the entire Ottawa West area

Areas We Serve

We serve the Kanata and Stittsville areas as well as all of Ottawa West. If you’re unsure whether you’re part of our territory, give us a call!

Our Cost

Why spend more with other companies when you can get the highest level customer service at a fraction of the cost. Contact us today to get your free quote!

Our Guarantee

At Denali, we take pride in our 100% satisfaction guarantee. Our work will meet not only our high standards but yours as well.

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Lawn Cutting & Trimming & Blowing

Think of the nicest lawn in your neighbourhood. You know right away where it is and what it looks like, right? Want your lawn to look like that? We can help! We’ll work with you to get your lawn transformed into something you’ll be proud of.

Our services include lawn cutting, lawn trimming, and blowing of all debris (leaves, twigs, litter, etc.). We’ll groom your lawn, trimming with meticulous care along the house, pathways, trees, fences and other obtrusions.

We’ll have your lawn in tip-top shape before you know it. That’s the professional level of service we provide. That’s the Denali way.

Lawn Aeration

The roots of your lawn need oxygen to survive and thrive. Aeration takes out several plugs of soil per square foot, enabling moisture and air to enter the remaining soil. Aeration is beneficial for just about any lawn.

What are the signs that your lawn could use aeration? If you see weeds, excessive runoff, puddling, heavy clay soils, thin lawns or bumpy lawns, you may very well have a candidate for aeration. Newly sodded lawns can also benefit from aeration. The prime times of the year for aeration are early fall and late spring.

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Think of fertilizer as the nutrients your lawn will consume to grow and prosper. And just like humans or animals, not all lawns are the same; they need different types and levels of nutrients. Fertilization comes in liquid form as well as granular. This includes a prescribed weed control formula, and takes place across a series of applications (spring, summer, early fall). Fertilizer contains a mix of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium.

A properly fertilized lawn will look healthy and enhance the appearance of your home and property.

We’ll have your lawn in tip-top shape before you know it. Contact Us Now!

Weed Control

Controlling weeds is an essential component of an effective strategy for growing and maintaining a healthy, robust lawn. Weed control isn’t just pulling weeds – that’s reacting to the problem. Our mission is to be proactive, getting out ahead of the problem by preventing weed growth and mitigating any weeds (including roots) that may be present. Our weed control services take place across a series of applications, working in tandem with fertilizer and running across the season from spring through summer into autumn.

We’ll inspect your lawn thoroughly, identifying weed growth and potential areas for concern. Denali will work with you to get rid of weeds and prevent future weed growth, giving you the attractive, respectable lawn that you deserve!

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Top Dressing

Your soil supplies some of the nutrients that grass needs but most soils are not able to provide all of them during the entire growing season. A healthy and actively growing lawn uses a great deal of energy. Fertilizer helps your lawn stay healthy by promoting new leave and root growth.

Top Dressing adds vital nutrients to the soil to replenish the nutrients the lawns has utilized throughout the growing season. Top dressing is a mixture of soil and compost which is spread either by hand or mechanically across the lawn. Often accompanied with fertilizer with a high nitrogen content.


The weather, kids and pets can be tough on lawns. By applying grass seed over an existing lawn you can help fill in bare spots and reinvigorate your lawn. It’s an easy and effective way to strengthen your lawn and thicken your grass to help naturally protect against weed problems.

Overseeding helps to:

Revive worn and thin lawn
Fill in dead spots
Crowds out weeds by thinking lawns
Improve heat and drought tolerance

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Key Benefits of Our Service

We at Denali want you to have an awesome, healthy and robust lawn. Our goal is to give you that along with Legendary customer service at a fair price. Why spend more with other companies when you can pay less and get more for your buck.

Lawn maintenance and fertilizing
Pest control and weed control
Garden design and maintenance
Experienced, professional crews
24/7 customer service team
100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Frequently Asked Questions

Snow removal can be tricky business so we are sure you have many questions. If you don’t see your concern answered in out FAQ, please give us a call at (613)854-0001 and a representative will be happy to help.

Yes, aeration holes create the perfect nest for seeds to root in. If overseeding is not done after the introduction of more water, oxygen and nutrients to the soil, weeds can start to thrive. Overseeding will take nutrients away from the weeds and create a healthier lawn.

Aeration holes are about ½-3/4 inch in diameter and 3-4 inches deep. This is the perfect size to break up thatch, allow water and other nutrients to seep into the soil, encourage new root growth, and establish a stronger, deeper root base for a healthier lawn.

This changes based on your lawn, but to prevent weed spread no lawn should go more than ten days between mows. Regular mowing helps with good grass health and ensures that only the best grass survives.

You should wait at least a week after aeration to mow your lawn. This will give the soil a chance to take in all the water, oxygen and nutrients. Once you mow your lawn, the soil will break down and fill in all the aeration holes.

You should water your lawn twice a week as early in the day as you can. Make sure it gets about one inch of water or water for approximately 20-30 minutes. In warmer weather your lawn will require more water. Grass roots are about 6-8 inches underground, so you should be able to push a six inch screwdriver into your lawn.

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