If your lawn is looking a bit sad these days, you may be wondering what you can do to bring it back to life. If this is the first time you’ve considered using sod on your lawn, you might think that it’s all the same. In fact, there are many different types of sod available….
Category: Lawn Care
Aerating your lawn is an important part of caring for it each season. This process of punching small holes in the soil helps strengthen your lawn by freeing tangled grass and constricted roots and allowing compacted soil to receive some extra air, water, and nutrients. When you don’t aerate your lawn, excess thatch and debris….
What is Overseeding? When landscapers talk about overseeding, it simply means sowing seeds in a lawn that’s already been established, rather than seeding bare soil. This process can help to fill bare spots, repair damage in your lawn, and fortify it during the growing season. It’s an easy, effective way to reverse thinning grass and….
As much as we might love our four-legged friends, there’s no doubt that dogs can do a number on a lawn. The most common type of dog-related lawn damage is lawn burn, a condition caused by the high nitrogen content in dog urine. Lawn burn is easy to spot – it’s typically found in small….
Choosing the right grass for your property depends on many factors. You will need to take into consideration your climate, location of where the grass will be placed, how much sun it will have, and how the area will be used, such as whether or not there will be heavy foot traffic or used daily….
Do you have a lot of shade in your yard? If so, you’re going to need to think long and hard about what kind of grass you grow in it. If you pick grass that needs a lot of sun to flourish, you are obviously going to run into big problems when you plant it….