Is Your Dallas Lawn Looking a Bit Tired?
So, just how does your front lawn look these days?
It could be you have a brand new place and you have not gotten around to putting in the lawn yet.
It’s possible you just got done with an exterior remodeling project that messed up your lawn.
Or you might have bought a house where the previous owner evidently did not worry much about what their yard looked like.
Regardless how your lawn got to look how it looks, you can get it fixed almost overnight by ordering and installing mature, green grass sod.
Your yard could go from poor to great in just a matter of hours.
They Can Transform Your Lawn Fast
An experienced lawn crew in Dallas County can often have your sod grass laid out in a day.
It works out nice. Your day starts with you having a bad-looking yard but it ends with a brand new one.
They Can Do All the Work
Once they get your new turf down on your lot, all you have to do is keep it moist until your new grass is established.
Texas weather won’t usually help out with the moisture, so you may need to do most of the watering in the first two or three weeks.
During one of our traditional hot and dry summers, you could have to go out and water a few times each day until your lawn is established.
Could I Do the Project Myself?
Sure, you can do the sod installation yourself if you’d like.
They offer fresh grass sod for sale and they will promptly deliver your order to your DFW suburb and you can take it from there.
However, if you are going to install it yourself, make sure you will be ready to get going when they drop your pallets off.
Fresh cut grass from a sod farm is perishable. Don’t delay on installing it.
You should get your fresh cut turf off the pallets and down on the soil as soon as you can.
Sod Prices in Dallas – What Is It Going to Cost?
A good lawn will add to your house’s curb appeal and maximize your property’s possible real estate valuation as well.
Successful real estate agents and expert property flippers know this too.
That’s why an improved front yard is considered a leading sales tactic of these home sellers to invite more buyer offers and a higher market price.
Top-quality, thick, green, locally grown grass turf rolls aren’t cheap, but they aren’t that expensive either.
An optional third factor in your installation cost might depend on the location of your property.
If you live in an unusual area or it is far out of the basic delivery locale, there might be a slight delivery charge added. It’s not normal, however.
A Dallas sod company is ready to give you a fairly complete estimate on the phone if you will add up the dimensions of your yard.
Properly measuring a yard can be a little challenging, just do your best.
They will tell you a proposal that either includes the installation charge or does not include it, determined by whether or not you wish to do the installing.
They deliver and work for homeowners all over the metro area, often near University Park, Lakewood, Victory Park, Highland Park, SMU district, Dallas Love Airport, Arboretum area, Oak Lawn, Trammell Crow Park, William Blair Park, the Zoo area, Fair Park, Uptown and downtown.
Delivery is available in all the suburbs, such as Mesquite and East Dallas, DeSoto and the south suburbs, and North Dallas.
Steps To Do Now
1. Come up with a simple sketch of your lawn that will help you measure how big it is.
2. Go out and do your best to measure the width and length of each section.
3. Call when you have a few minutes.
They are always ready to speak with property owners. They will answer any question you have.
In the course of your call, they will explain what your total cost could be and what time they are able to start your project.
Developing a thick, green front lawn can markedly improve the overall appearance of your entire home.
And obtaining a nice weed-free grass lawn might motivate you and the kids to spend time out in the backyard too.
Why not make a quick call?
Turf Service Around Your Neighborhood
- University Park
- Victory Park
- Highland Park
- SMU District
- Dallas Love Airport
- Arboretum area
- Oak Lawn
- Trammell Crow Park
- William Blair Park
- The Zoo area
- Fair Park
- Uptown and Downtown
- Most any greater Dallas neighborhood