How Does Your San Mateo Yard Look These Days?
So, has your landscaping seen better times?
It might be you have a brand new house and have not gotten around to investing in the yard yet.
Perhaps you just wrapped up an exterior remodeling project that tore up your yard.
Or maybe you purchased a house where the former homeowner obviously didn’t care much about what their lawn looked like.
Regardless of what your condition is, it is easy to have new sod installed at your San Mateo County home. And it will look nice as soon as it is installed.
You Could Get a Good Looking Lawn in One Day
An experienced lawn crew in the San Mateo area can often get your sod laid out in about one day. It works out pretty good. Your day starts with you having a bad-looking lawn but it ends with you having a great-looking yard.
Get it Done
They will deliver and lay down your new yard.
Once your new turf is put down, your duty from then on will be to keep it moist for a while. And, in the Bay Area, that sometimes isn’t very hard. Mother Nature generally helps us out with that job, but you will probably still need to do a little watering.
If you put in your new lawn during the middle or late Summer when they are not getting much rainfall, you will have to get outside and water up to several times a day. Your job is to water, but that’s all you have to do.
Can I Install It Myself?
You can handle the whole installation yourself if you want to do it.
They have got healthy North California grass sod for sale which they can deliver right to your driveway.
Your future lawn arrives exactly when you want it and you can do the rest. It isn’t the easiest job to do, but you can do it if you want to.
If you’ve decided on doing the physical installation yourself, know that you need to get started on it as soon as they drop off your delivery. Harvested turf farm grass has a shelf life. You should start putting it down on the same day they drop it off.
San Mateo Sod Prices – What Will the Cost Be?
A top-notch lawn will add to your home’s curb appeal, which also increases your house’s likely real estate value. That’s why it is a common trick of experienced house sellers and home flippers.
Hardy, weed-free, locally harvested grass rolls are not very cheap, but they are not that expensive either. In exchange for your money, you get the big benefit of having a great lawn.
To get a decent approximation on how much it will cost to complete your yard, not surprisingly the leading cost factors are merely the amount of grass you have to order and whether you want to have them install it for you.
So long as you can measure the size of your yard and add up a sensible estimation of how much space you have to cover, you could talk with a San Mateo sod company and they can give you information of how big your order has to be and how much money they will charge to haul it around to your property and then get it down on the ground and watered.
A sensible way to estimate how many square feet you’ll need is to first draw a rough outline of your yard before you start measuring. In some cases, someone might be able to stop by your house and figure out the calculating for you.
They deliver to most of the areas in San Mateo County, including Burlingame, Haywood Park, Baywood-Aragon, Sugarloaf, Beresford, Hillsdale, Shoreview, Milbrae, Hillsborough and Foster City, plus the 94404, 94403, 94402 and 94401 zip codes.
How Do I Get Started?
1. Come up with a very basic drawing of your property to help you take your measurements.
2. Take some approximate measurements of your property.
3. Grab your phone and start a short phone call.
They can answer all your questions.
You will learn what your total cost would be and when it can get it started.
Having a good looking front yard could drastically improve the curb appeal and overall appearance of your property.
And having a pleasant weed-free grass lawn will motivate you and your kids to spend time out in the backyard too.
Ready when you are
Do You Deliver Turf Near Me?
They deliver turf in San Francisco and all points south, including Burlingame, Haywood Park, Baywood-Aragon, Sugarloaf, Beresford, Hillsdale, Shoreview, Milbrae, Hillsborough and Foster City, plus the 94404, 94403, 94402 and 94401 zip codes.