Is Your San Carlos Lawn Looking Not So Great?
Let’s talk about it – how does your front lawn look today?
So, perhaps you have a brand new home and you simply didn’t put in a yard yet, or you just finished a significant home improvement project that roughed up your front lawn.
Maybe you just bought a house where the previous owner did not care what his yard looked like.
Whatever the circumstance is, it is not hard to have locally grown sod installed at your southwest coast home or business property.
It should look good as soon as possible.
You Can Have a Great Looking Yard in One Day
A good San Diego lawn contractor, working with an experienced crew, can do a makeover at your house in no time.
It’s pretty surprising how quickly the work can get done and what a big change it makes with the appearance of your house.
They Can Do All the Work
They generally do the whole operation, from delivery to laying it down and then cleaning up afterwards.
They’ll even do the watering that initial day.
But after that first day, the watering responsibility is on you.
In this part of the state, Mother Nature may not help much with the watering, so it’s crucial you make sure and get it done each and every day.
If you put in new turf during one of our classic dry Summer periods, you may have to get your hose out and water lightly multiple times a day. Keeping your new grass damp is important.
Could I Do the Project Myself?
You have the choice of laying your new grass by yourself it you want to.
They deliver fresh and local sod for sale that they drop off at your driveway. It will be freshly cut and stacked neatly.
Remember, if you are going to handle the work yourself, be sure to get going as soon as they drop your pallets off.
Fresh cut turf from sod farms is actually perishable. You shouldn’t wait.
You should get it put on the dirt and watered as early as you can.
Sod Prices in the North or East of San Diego
A good front yard will contribute to your home’s curb appeal and increase your property’s possible real estate valuation too.
Successful real estate agents and experienced house flippers know this too.
That’s why an improved front yard is considered a leading tactic of these property sellers to bring in more buying offers and a greater selling price.
Mature, weed-free and hardy California sod rolls are not cheap.
But when compared to other home improvement projects, they aren’t over-priced either. A San Carlos grass delivery service ought to be a smart investment for your property.
An optional third factor in your installation cost could depend on the location of your property.
If you live in an uncommon area or you are far out of the regular delivery area, there might be a slight delivery charge added in. It’s not typical, however.
If you can go out and measure the size of your yard and come up with a close figure of how many square feet the area is you want to cover, you can then speak with a SoCal sod company and get a price estimate on how much you need to get and how much it will be to deliver it out to your property and put it down on the ground.
In a few cases, they may have the option to actually stop out at your property and do the measuring themselves.
Working in all of the area suburbs. That includes the areas of Grantville, Allied Gardens, Mission Trails Park, and Del Cerro.
So Here is Where You Start:
1. Make a rough sketch of your property on which you break down your lawn into parts.
2. Measure the lengths and widths of those sections.
3. Pick up your phone and call when you get a minute.
During a quick call, they can try and answer all your questions.
They will tell you a price estimate and let you understand what their schedule looks like and which upcoming week they might get it done.
Having an outstanding front yard will really improve the curb appeal and look of your entire Southern California house.
Plus, owning a nice, inviting backyard might get you outside in your yard more often too.
A proper lawn might even encourage your kids to spend time outdoors too. That’s a bonus.
So grab your tape measure and then make a brief call.
Turf Service in Your Neighborhood
Deliveries go to all of the suburbs. That includes the areas of Grantville, Allied Gardens, Mission Trails Park, and Del Cerro.