Does Your Olathe Lawn Need Some Work?
So, how is your front lawn looking these days?
It might be you have a brand new place and you have not gotten around to putting in a lawn yet.
It’s possible you just wrapped up an exterior remodeling project that messed up your front lawn.
Perhaps you purchased a home where the previous owner did not care much about what his lawn looked like.
Regardless of what situation you are in right now, it is a breeze to have fresh, local sod installed at your East Kansas property.
It will be local, green, fully developed and free of weeds.
Once it’s put down it will connect with your own soil and begin growing again.
It’s going to help make your house look great as soon as it is installed.
Be One of Those Guys That Has a Nice Yard
This Olathe lawn crew will get your new sod done in just a single day.
You can go to work in the morning when they have a rough lawn and arrive home after work to a great-looking one.
They’ll Complete the Whole Process
Once your new grass is put in, all you have to do is keep it moist for the initial two or three weeks.
Mother Nature may help out with making our yards watered well enough.
But, you will probably need to do a regular watering.
If you put in your grass during one of our familiar dry Summer periods, you may have to get your hose out and water lightly multiple times a day. Keeping your new yard wet is important.
Could I Do Some of the Job Myself?
You can handle the installation yourself if you like.
This is strong and mature sod for sale and they will transport your order right to your neighborhood in Johnson County.
Your next lawn shows up neatly stacked on your driveway and you carry out the process.
If you will be doing the sodding job yourself, just make sure to do it as soon as the pallets are dropped off at your driveway.
Cut grass from a sod farm is perishable and you need to put it onto the soil and watered as fast as possible.
Price of Sod in Olathe
The biggest reason most owners buy sod is it makes their home look better fast.
An outstanding front yard seriously increases your home’s curb appeal.
And better curb appeal then leads to a higher real estate price when you sell.
All real estate professionals and experienced property flippers know this.
That’s why lawn makeovers are one of the most popular outside improvements on the properties they are working on.
Top-quality, thick, green, locally grown grass rolls are not cheap, but they won’t be too expensive either.
As far as what you will shell out, the main factor in the cost of your grass sod delivery is simply the quantity of square feet of new grass you’re going to need. The more you need, the more it will cost.
A second optional price factor in your turf cost could be where your property is positioned.
If you live way far out of the metro area, the transport cost to deliver to you might go up.
If you’re able to properly measure your lawn and come up with a good estimate of how big your space is, your JoCo sod company can give you some guidelines of how much turf you should get and how much they will ask for to bring it over to your house and lay it down.
In some rare cases, they might have the opportunity to come by your house and do the measuring for you.
They deliver all around the southwest Kansas City and Overland Park metro area, including the neighborhoods near Gardner, Black Bob Park, Olathe East and NW High Schools, New Century Fieldhouse, Prairie Center Park, Great Mall and both sides of I-35.
How Do I Start?
1. Create a basic drawing of your yard that will help you measure it.
2. Go outside and measure every area of your yard.
3. Make one brief phone call.
Have some questions? They will answer them.
They will provide you with a cost estimate and let you check out when when they can do your project.
When they’re done, you will welcome getting a great looking front lawn. We know you will really like it.
And enjoying a welcoming backyard could entice you and your family to go out and enjoy more time in your backyard.
Jot down the phone number and grab your tape measure.
Turf Service Around Your Neighborhood
- Black Bob Park
- Olathe East and NW High Schools
- New Century Fieldhouse
- Prairie Center Park
- The Great Mall
- Both sides of I-35
- Much of Johnson County
- Other areas west of Overland Park