Does Your Southeast San Diego Lawn Need a Little TLC?

Your Local Yard Work FriendHere’s an easy question, what is your front yard looking like these days?

Maybe you have a new home and haven’t put in a lawn yet, or you just completed a significant house remodeling project that ruined your yard.

Or maybe you just bought a house where the original homeowner obviously didn’t care much about what their yard looked like.

It doesn’t really make a difference how your yard got to look the way it looks right now, because you can get it remedied by ordering and putting down local, mature grass sod.

Your lawn is likely to go from lousy to good in just a few days.

Have a Great Looking Lawn in 24 Hours

A dependable Southeast San Diego lawn contractor, leading an experienced crew, will get your new grass lawn laid out in almost no time.

You (and your neighbors from across the street) will be surprised at the change it makes in the general appearance of your home.

They Can Get it Done

Once your new grass is put down, what you need to do is keep it moist for the initial two or three weeks.

You will likely need to do a small amount of watering each day.

If they deliver and install your new grass during one of our classic dry Summers, you will need to go out and water a few times each day until your grass is established and growing.

Want To Install the Grass Yourself?

Sure, you could take care of the sod installation job yourself if you want to save some money.

They have new grass sod for sale and will truck your order over to your house on pallets and then you do the rest.

Remember, if you are going to do the work yourself, make sure to begin as soon as they drop your pallets off.

Fresh cut grass from sod farms is perishable. You can’t put it off.

You should get it placed on the dirt and watered as soon as you can.

What is the Cost? Sod Prices in Southeast San Diego

A great lawn will add to your house’s curb appeal, which increases your home’s likely real estate value.

That’s why it is a common trick of experienced home sellers and property flippers.

Installing turf farm grass rolls in a backyardHigh quality, California grown sod bundles are not exactly cheap, but they aren’t too expensive either.

Understandably, the final price of your project is mainly dependent on how much grass you are purchasing, and whether their crew or your crew will be putting it down.

There might be an additional cost that might come into play, but it’s mostly the amount of product you’re ordering that will determine your cost.

Do your best to measure your lawn and get to a decent estimate of how big the space is which you want to lay turf over, you can talk with a Southeastern San Diego sod company and they will offer you a quote about how much you’ll want to order and how much they’ll ask for to carry it to your property and lay it down on your soil.

In a few conditions, they might be able to drive out to your residence and complete the measuring on their own.

Working for homeowners in all the local neighborhoods, including South Encanto, North Encanto, Morse High School, Skyline, Lincoln Park and Valencia Park.

Things to Do to Get Started

1. Create a sketch of your property to help you to measure it.
2. Go out and measure your lawn.
3. Make a short phone call.

They’ll attempt to answer any question you have.

They appreciate you finding the time to phone.

You can get a cost estimate and help you understand what the work schedule looks like and which week they might get the job done.

When they are done with your yard, you will appreciate getting a great looking front lawn. You will really like it.

Plus, owning an appealing back yard will likely let you do more things out in your backyard too.

An enjoyable back lawn might even get your family to spend more time outdoors as well. That’s a decent bonus.

Hope to hear from you.



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Working for homeowners in all the local neighborhoods, including Encanto, Morse High School, Skyline, Lincoln Park and Valencia Park.

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