Could Your Northwest Portland Lawn Use a Little Help?
Let’s be truthful for just a moment. Has your front lawn looked better?
Okay, it could be you are in a recently built house and your yard isn’t put in yet. Or maybe you just did a long improvement project which did a number on your lawn.
Or perhaps you just moved to a house where the former owner didn’t think much about what the lawn looked like.
No matter what got your yard to this condition, you can probably get local, established sod placed down at your Multnomah County home. It could be an overnight transformation.
You Can Get a Good Looking Lawn in A Day
A local lawn crew will get all of your sod grass installed in only a matter of hours. It’s a pretty sweet deal, you can go to work in the morning with a sad-looking yard and come home after work to a super one.
Let Them Do All the Work
They generally manage the whole process, from delivery to putting it down and cleaning up afterwards. They even do the watering that first day. But after that day, the watering responsibility is on you. Here in northwest Oregon, Mother Nature will often deal with some of the watering, but it’s important you make sure to do it each and every day.
During the Summer when it’s hot and never seems to rain, you will have to get your hose out up to multiple times each day.
Are There Installation Options?
If you are up to it and want to save some cash, you can place it down by yourself (likely with the help of a friend or two). They have sod for sale which they drop off at your driveway soon after they cut it. They deliver it. You take it from there.
If you plan on doing the sodding work yourself, make sure you get the job started soon after they drop your order off. Fresh harvested turf from a sod farm is perishable. You will need to get it laid on to the ground and watered as quick as you can.
Sod Prices in Northwest Portland – What Will It Cost?
You don’t need anyone to sell you on the advantages of having a good-looking front lawn.
A nice yard elevates your home’s curb appeal. It adds to your home’s future sales price as well (should you be considering selling it). Improvements to the front yard is a basic sales tool of the experienced home seller and house-flipper.
These grass sod bundles are not exactly cheap, but they are actually expensive either. When you consider how much value a nice lawn adds to a property, the final price of a NW Oregon grass delivery service is pretty reasonable.
It should be apparent, but the two chief criteria that affect your final cost will be the amount of product you are ordering and whether or not your contractor will be carrying out the installation. It’s possible there might be some supplemental cost, but the order quantity and the installation charge are the main elements.
If you’re able to accurately measure your lawn and arrive at a solid approximation of how large the space is you need to cover, your friendly NW Portland sod company would be happy to supply you with some guidelines of how much grass you should get and just how much they will ask for to bring it to your property and lay it down. In some rare cases, someone might be able to drive out to your home and do the measuring for you.
They work with property owners in all the main neighborhoods, including University Park, St. Johns, Portsmouth, Overlook, Linnton, Kenton, Forest Park, Cathedral Park, Bethany and Arbor Lodge. This includes the 97211, 97217 and 97203 zip codes.
Where Do I Begin?
1. Put together a drawing of your property on which you divide your yard into parts.
2. Go back out and try to measure your yard.
3. Make one quick phone call.
They will be happy to try and answer any of your questions.
You can get a cost estimate and help you understand what the work schedule is like and which upcoming week they can get the job started.
When they’re finished, you will really like owning a quality front lawn. It should improve how your house looks from your street.
And a terrific backyard will encourage your family to commit more time outside having fun.
So get a notebook, a tape measure, do a little math and then make a short call.
Do You Deliver Sod in NW Portland?
Work crews deliver turf all over the city, including the neighborhoods of University Park, St. Johns, Portsmouth, Overlook, Linnton, Kenton, Forest Park, Cathedral Park, Bethany and Arbor Lodge district, plus the 97211, 97217 and 97203 zip codes.