Is Your East St. Louis Lawn Looking a Bit Tired?
Let’s be frank for a moment, how is your lawn looking right now?
Maybe you have a new home and haven’t put in a yard yet.
Maybe you recently completed a home exterior remodeling project which wrecked your front yard.
Or perhaps you moved into a house where the former owner apparently didn’t commit any interest to his yard.
Yet regardless of what your circumstance is, and no matter how harsh your lawn looks right now, it can be easily fixed by having some new sod laid down.
Get Yourself a Terrific Looking Yard in One Day
A professional St. Clair County lawn crew will get your sod grass installed in one day.
For some folks, you might go to work in the early morning with a bad yard and arrive home after work to a perfect lawn.
Do the Entire Job
Most of the time, they manage the entire process and all the work.
They cut it, deliver it, put it down and clean up after ourselves when they’re finished.
They’ll even water your new grass on that first day.
But after that initial day, that responsibility is up to you.
Mother Nature may sometimes help take care of some of the watering duties, but it’s your job to make certain it gets lightly watered often enough.
During a hot and dry Summer when we just are not getting much rain, you will need to water as much as several times every day.
What If I Want to Install It Myself?
Sure, you can do the installation by yourself if you’d like.
They supply new grass sod for sale and they will promptly deliver your order to your Eastern St. Louis suburb and you take it from there.
If you have put sod down before, or if your friends who will be assisting you have done it before, you might be a good prospect for doing it yourself.
If you have not this type of work before, just realize that it looks a little easier than it is.
One thing to keep in mind is cut turf is perishable.
After they drop it off at your place, you should get started on it right away.
You do not want to have it sit in your driveway for several days before you get working to putting it down.
What is the Price of Sod in East St. Louis?
Having a very good front yard will really help your house’s curb appeal and, potentially, the real estate valuation of it as well.
That’s why experienced realtors and house flippers routinely put in new lawns at the properties they are managing.
Healthy, locally grown grass bundles are not exactly cheap, but they are not very pricey either.
When you estimate how much value a nice lawn contributes to your home, the end expense of a local grass delivery service is fairly reasonable.
When it comes to the cost, the main factor in the price of grass sod delivery is how much square feet of new grass you’re going to order.
A second cost aspect in your turf installation cost might be your location of your property.
If you live out in the sticks, the travel cost to deliver to you might have to be included.
If you can properly measure your yard and arrive at a solid approximation of how big your space is, your friendly Illinois sod company would be happy to give you an idea of how many pallets you should order and just how much they will ask for to bring it to your property and put it down.
In some rare cases, they might have the opportunity to come out to your home and do the measuring for you.
They are working for property owners in all the local neighborhoods, including Collinsville, the St. Louis Downtown Airport area, Washington Park, Centreville, Caseyville, O’Fallon, Fairview Heights, Swansea, Belleville or East St. Louis.
How Do I Start?
1. Draw out a basic little sketch of your property. Group the sections of your yard into smaller portions.
2. Go figure out the measurements of your lawn.
3. Make one brief phone call.
You can look at all the options.
You will learn about exactly what the cost will likely be and when they can get the job done.
Having a attractive front lawn might completely strengthen the curb appeal and overall look of your home.
And a terrific backyard will motivate your family to spend more time having fun.
So jot down the phone number and get your tape measure.
Turf Service Around Your Neighborhood
- Collinsville IL
- Downtown Airport area
- Washington Park
- O’Fallon IL
- Fairview Heights
- Belleville IL
- East St. Louis IL