Could Your Scottsdale Lawn Use a Little Help?
Has your yard looked better?
It could be you have a new home and haven’t put in a yard yet.
Maybe you recently completed a home exterior remodeling project which ruined your lawn.
Or maybe you just moved into a place where the former homeowner wasn’t thinking about having a nice yard.
No matter what type of situation you are in, and no matter what shape your lawn is in right now, it is easy to get new, weed-free grass sod installed at your home.
And it will make your yard look fantastic.
Have a Nice Looking Lawn in a Day
A local Scottsdale lawn crew will actually get all your sod grass put down in just one day.
It’s a neat situation, you can go to work in the morning having a nasty lawn and come home after work to a great yard.
How Do I Get Sod Installed?
Once your new grass is in, all you have to do is keep it damp.
You will almost certainly need to do a little bit of watering during the initial two or three weeks.
And especially if you are putting in a new lawn in one of our typical summers, you could need to go outside and water some a few times a day.
Do You Want To Do the Installing Job?
You could do your sod installing by yourself if you want to.
These folks bring over new grass sod for sale which they truck over straight to your driveway.
Your new lawn is stacked on pallets and you can finish the rest of the process.
If you are considering doing the sodding on your own time, be sure to get the job started soon after your pallets are left at your place.
Natural 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 Scottsdale – What Will Be the Cost?
Plus, a top-notch yard will add to your house’s curb appeal, and boost your home’s future real estate value as well.
That’s why it is considered a number one strategy of successful property flippers and home sellers.
It isn’t cheap to raise, harvest, deliver and put down turf.
If you are getting your complete yard done, your final price will not be very cheap.
However, most property owners believe the cost to be fair when factoring in the big benefit of owning a nice looking yard.
An optional third element in your installation cost might depend on the location of your property.
If you live in an uncommon spot or you are far out of the basic delivery area, there might be a slight delivery charge added. It’s not normal, however.
They can normally be able to give you a pretty good estimate on the phone if you will calculate the size of your yard and come up with a pretty good idea of just how large your space is.
Determining the size of your yard might be a bit tricky. Just do your best.
Delivering to most sections of Maricopa County, often to the downtown area, East Camelback Road, and Old Town as well as to the north side of Grayhawk and the airport, the central suburbs, Paradise Valley, McCormick Ranch and Gainey Ranch area and South Scottsdale down to the Desert Botanical Garden.
So Just Do These Steps to Get Started:
1. Create a basic drawing of your yard that will help you take your measurements.
2. Get out and figure out the dimensions of every portion of your yard.
3. When you have a couple of minutes – just call.
They will be ready to try and answer any of your questions.
In the course of a call, they will explain what your final price might be and what time they are able to do your project.
You’ll welcome having a top-notch front lawn.
The curb appeal of your place is really going to get better.
And you and your family should end up appreciating a thick grass lawn all around your home.
It may even encourage your kids to enjoy more time in the backyard.
So grab your tape measure and then make a quick call.
Turf Service in Your Neighborhood
Delivering to most areas of Maricopa County, often to downtown, East Camelback Road, and along with all of the main suburbs too, including McCormick Ranch, Gainey Rancy, Salt River Fields, the Stadium area, Coronado High School, Saguaro High School, Paradise Valley, Grayhawk, DC Ranch and McDowell Mountain.