Rogers, MN (PRWEB) June 19, 2014
Lake Restoration, a pond and lake weed control company of Rogers, MN, today announced that their dock and swim area control kits, RestoreAccess® Ultra, are available for $99.95. The RestoreAccess® Ultra kit effectively controls submerged lake weeds like milfoil and hydrilla while killing the algae. The kit includes Diquat Herbicide, Mizzen® Algaecide and MuckMaid®. The all-in-one submerged weed control kit products are quickly absorbed by the plants, allowing for effective management and control in small areas of large water bodies. “Our customers want their lakefront to look good and that is why we have offered an aquatic weed control option for under $100,” says Mary Jo Furman, Retail Sales Supervisor for Lake Restoration, “We want to help our customers improve their recreational area so they can have fun this summer playing in the water or relax when they are sitting on their dock having a cup of coffee.”
In addition, they announced a new size for their RestoreAccess® Ultra “G” kit. This is a granular version of the RestoreAccess® Ultra and controls a wide range of aquatic weeds and algae. It also includes MuckMaid® to improve the water clarity and devour the muck so you can enjoy your lakefront. “With Hydrothol Granular now being packed in 20 pound bags, we are happy to offer a new weed control kit size to our product lineup giving our customers another option to control their aquatic weeds.” The new size treats 2,000 – 8,000 sq. ft. and is available for $128. Two additional sizes are offered for those that have a smaller or larger lake front. Treat 1,000 – 4,000 sq. ft. area for $74 and a 4,000 – 16,000 sq. ft. area for $249.
About Lake Restoration
Lake Restoration, located in Rogers, MN, has been restoring the beauty of lakes and ponds since 1977. Every year thousands of satisfied customers use Lake Restoration products to keep their ponds, lakes and other water features in pristine condition. Lake Restoration offers a complete line of exclusive, simple, do-it-yourself solutions to treat a variety of pond weed maladies. To learn more about controlling pond and lake weeds and products and services use to accomplish this, visit LakeRestoration.com.