How is Your Oklahoma City Lawn Looking These Days?
Okay, what is your lawn looking like today?
It could be that you’ve got a newly built home and haven’t gotten to your lawn yet, or you just wrapped up a substantial exterior renovation project that screwed up your front yard.
Perhaps you just purchased a home where the last owner did not care too much about what his lawn looked like.
Whatever the condition of your yard is, you can get your lawn looking nice again.
And it could get done very quickly.
Your Yard Can Receive a Transformation
A dependable Oklahoma City lawn contractor, heading up an experienced crew, can get your new grass lawn put down in almost no time.
You (and your neighbors down the street) will be surprised by the transformation it makes with the overall appearance of your home.
They Deliver and Install in the OKC Area
Once the new grass is in, you will just have to make sure it stays watered for some time.
And, if you’re lucky, maybe Mother Nature will help with that, but you will likely still want to do some watering during the first two or three weeks.
During the Summertime when we often don’t get enough rain, you may have to water multiple times a day.
Do You Want To Do the Installing Job?
Sure, you can finish the grass installation yourself if you want.
They offer fresh cut grass sod for sale and they will simply deliver your order to your OKC property and you can do the rest.
Remember, if you are planning to do the work by yourself, be sure to get going as soon as the order is dropped off.
Fresh cut turf from sod farms is actually perishable. You can’t wait.
You should get it down on the dirt and watered as soon as you can.
What is the Price of Sod in Oklahoma City?
Maybe you aren’t considering selling your home right now, but when the day arrives when you are considering selling, a nice lawn is going to increase your house’s curb appeal.
That is exactly why experienced home sellers and popular real estate agents frequently replace turf at the properties they are working on.
It isn’t free to plant, raise, harvest, deliver and lay down turf.
If you are getting your whole yard done, the final price will not be cheap.
However, most property owners believe the price to be fair when factoring in the major benefits of having a nice yard.
It’s pretty apparent, but the two prime criteria that affect your final cost will be how much product you are requesting and whether or not they will be doing the installation.
There is a small possibility there could be some additional cost, but the order amount and the installation fee are the main elements.
A good local sod farm is able to give you their price estimate if you are able to determine how many square feet your yard really is.
Some lawns are less complicated to measure than others are.
If your lawn has quite a few odd-shaped areas, just try and do the best you can do.
They can tell you a price quote depending on how much you need and on who will be doing the work to install it at your place.
They deliver and install all around the metro and the suburbs, including properties near the Airport Area, the Zoo Area, The Village, Nichols Hills, OKC Outlets, Midtown, Penn Square Mall and Capitol Hill.
Delivery is also available in the suburbs too — Yukon and the West Side; Midwest City and the East Side; Norman and Moore; and Edmond and the North Side.
So Just Do These Things to Get Started:
1. Develop a rough drawing of your yard to help you take your measurements.
2. Go back out and take measurements of your lawn.
3. Call when you have a few minutes.
You will get your questions answered.
When possible, they will provide you with an estimate on cost and a guess on when they can start your job.
When you get a really good front lawn, it will sharply improve the curb appeal of your home.
And your whole family is going to enjoy owning a fine, useful backyard for entertaining or enjoying yourselves.
You and the kids may actually spend more time outside.
It all begins with a phone call.
Turf Service Around Your Neighborhood
- The Airport area
- The Zoo area
- The Village
- Nichols Hills
- OKC Outlets
- Penn Square Mall
- Capitol Hill
- Pretty much any OKC suburb