Could Your Detroit Lawn Use a Little Help?
Are you thrilled with the way your front yard looks?
Okay, maybe you are in a newly built home and the front yard isn’t put in yet.
Or maybe you just finished a long renovation project which did a number on your yard.
Or perhaps you just purchased a property where the former homeowner obviously didn’t care much about what the yard looked like.
Whatever your lawn condition is right now, you can have hardy green sod put in at your Michigan property.
And your new yard can look terrific in just a short amount of time.
Your House Can Have a Great Yard
A hard-working Dearborn lawn crew might be able to get all your new sod placed down in a single day.
It’s pretty great, one day you have a messed-up yard and the next day you own a great-looking one.
Do All the Work for You
You simply call, and they’ll do all the work.
Once your new lawn is put down, your responsibility is to remember to keep it damp.
Around here, watering our yards often isn’t too much of an issue.
Mother Nature will generally help you a little bit with keeping your new grass damp, but you will likely still need to do a little watering throughout the first two or three weeks.
If you put in your new grass during one of our really dry and hot summers, you will need to get out and water a few times each day until the grass is established and thriving.
Want To Install it By Yourself?
You could do the sod installation yourself if you want.
Talk with someone who sells new grass sod for sale and can bring your order directly to your suburb.
Your new grass arrives neatly loaded on pallets and you just do the rest.
However, if you are doing the sodding chores yourself, you need to make sure to get around to it as soon as the order is delivered to you.
New harvested turf from local sod farms is perishable and you have to get it on the ground and watered as quick as you can.
What Is It Going to Cost? – Sod Prices in Detroit
A really green front lawn will add to your home’s curb appeal and could raise your home’s real estate worth as well.
That is why house flippers and real estate pros order new turf for any property that isn’t looking its best.
It costs a reasonable amount to seed, grow, cut, deliver and install a lot of grass.
If you are getting your complete yard done, the cost will be substantial.
Even so, because the benefit you obtain is an immediate, nice yard, most homeowners consider the price to be definitely worth it.
If you are wanting to get an estimate as to how much it will cost to do your property, the two biggest cost components are simply the total square feet of grass you want to order and whether or not you want to have them install it for you.
Your next task is to find out how big your yard really is.
If you could measure your yard and calculate a logical estimate of how much space you want to take care of, you can speak with a Detroit sod company and they will explain to you about how much grass you need to get.
They deliver to all the metro neighborhoods, including Dearborn Heights, Dearborn, Warrendale, Highland Park, Conant Gardens, Regent Park, Pulaski, Grosse Pointe Woods, Harper Woods, Jefferson Chalmers, Islandview, Hamtramck, Midtown and downtown.
Ready to Start?
1. Come up with a drawing of your property that helps you divide your lawn into sections.
2. Do the rough measurements of the various parts of your property.
3. Make your phone call.
They can talk over all the options.
You will find how much the project will cost and when you can anticipate to have your project done.
Getting an appealing front lawn will boost the curb appeal of your whole home.
And your nice soft grass lawn might also motivate you and your family to spend more time outside.
Think about it. Your kids actually spending some time outside.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Turf Service Around Your Neighborhood
- Dearborn Heights MI
- Dearborn MI
- Warrendale MI
- Highland Park
- Conant Gardens
- Regent Park
- Grosse Pointe Woods
- Jefferson Chalmers
- Midtown and Downtown
- All the outer suburbs too