Does Your Industrial District Lawn Need Some Work?

This guy can make your lawn look goodLet’s be honest, how does your yard look these days?

Maybe you have a newly built property and haven’t gotten to your yard yet, or you just finished a big exterior remodeling project that got your yard all messed up.

Or maybe you just moved into a property where the previous owner did not care very much about what the yard looked like.

Whatever the situation you find yourself in, it is easy to get new sod installed at your King County home or business property. And it will look good right away.

You Can Have a Nice Looking Lawn in a Day.

An experienced lawn crew in the Industrial District of Seattle will usually get all your sod grass put down in one day. It’s pretty cool. The day starts with a bad-looking yard and ends with a great-looking yard.

Let Them Do All the Work for You

Once your new grass is put in, all you have to do is keep it watered for a while. And in our area of Washington, that usually isn’t much of a problem. Mother nature generally helps us out with the watering, but you will probably still have to do a little bit of it.

If you put in your new lawn during the Summer when they don’t get hardly any rain, you will have to water up to several times a day. That’s all you have to do.

Can I Put It Down Myself?

Yes, you can do the sod installation yourself if you want.

They harvest mature grass sod for sale and they will just deliver your order to your South Seattle property and you can take it from there.

If you will be doing the sodding yourself, just make sure to do it as soon as your order is delivered.

Cut grass from sod farms is perishable and you have to get it onto the ground and watered as soon as you can.

Sod Prices in the Industrial District of Seattle

Premium quality, locally grown grass sod rolls are not cheap, but they aren’t real expensive either.

Contractor rolling out a brand new backyardPlus, a nice yard really adds to the curb appeal of your property, which increases your potential real estate value as well. That’s why it is a favorite option of professional property sellers and house-flippers.

When it comes to what your cost will be, the main factor in lawn sod delivery is how many square feet of new grass you’re going to order. An optional second price factor in your sod installation cost might be your location. If your property is in an unusual location, the transportation cost to deliver to you might come into play.

If you can measure your yard and come up with a good estimate of how big the space is you need to cover, you can speak with a Industrial District sod company and they can give you a quote of how much you need to order and how much they will charge to truck it to your house and lay it down.

The best way to estimate how many square feet you need is to first make a rough sketch of your property. In some cases, someone may be able to come out to your property and do the measuring for you.

Delivery is available all over South King County and the South and West suburbs of Seattle, including properties in the 98134 and 98106 zip codes.

So Where Do I Start?

1. Make a rough sketch of your property.

2. Take some measurements.

3. Make a quick phone call.

You can get all your questions answered.

They will do their best to tell you how much it will cost and when they can plan to get it started.

Having a nice-looking front lawn will really improve the curb appeal and over-all appearance of your entire Washington State home or business property.

And don’t underestimate how a great back lawn will encourage your family to spend more time out in the back yard.

It all begins with a phone call.



Do You Deliver Near Me in the Industrial District Area?

They work all over west, south and central Seattle including property owners in the 98134 and 98106 zipcodes.

If you live near this area, make a short call.





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