Does Your Seattle Lawn Need Some Work?
Maybe you have a brand new home and you just haven’t put in a lawn yet, or you just finished a major home remodeling project that damaged your front yard. Maybe you just bought a house where the previous owner didn’t seem to care much about what their yard looked like.
Whatever your situation right now, it is easy to get new sod installed at your home. And it will make your place look great right away.
You Can Have a Great Looking Lawn in One Day
An experienced Seattle lawn crew will get all your sod grass installed in just a matter of hours. It’s a pretty good deal — you can go to work in the morning with a sad-looking yard and come home after work to a perfect lawn.
It’s Easy To Get it Done (If You Have Someone Else Do It)
Once your new grass is in, you just have to remember to keep it watered. And, in King County, watering your lawn usually isn’t much of a problem. Mother Nature typically helps with this, but you will probably still need to do some watering in the first two or three weeks.
During our dry Summers, you may have to lightly water up to several times a day.
Can I Do the Job By Myself?
You can always do the sod installation yourself if you want to. Local farms offer new grass sod for sale and they will deliver your order straight to your Emerald City suburb. Your new grass arrives neatly stacked on pallets and you can do the rest.
If you are planning on doing the sodding yourself, make sure to get started as soon as the pallets are dropped off. Fresh cut grass from sod farms is perishable and you need to get it laid onto the soil and watered as soon as you can.
Sod Prices in Seattle – What Is It Going to Cost?
Hearty, dependable and locally grown grass sod rolls are not cheap, but they are not too expensive either. A Seattle grass delivery service can be a great investment for your home. A top-notch lawn will add to your home’s curb appeal, which increases your home’s potential real estate value. That’s why it is a number one tactic of professional house sellers and home flippers.
When it comes to what you will pay, the main factor in the price of the lawn sod delivery is simply the number 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 sod installation cost could be where your property is located. If you live too far out of the metro area, the transportation cost to deliver to you might go up.
If you can accurately measure your yard and arrive at a good estimate of how many square feet you need to cover, you can speak with a Seattle sod company and receive a quote on how much you need and how many pallets you should order. They can give you a pretty quick quote on how much it will cost to truck those pallets out to your house and lay it down. In some cases, someone may be able to actually drive out to your home and do the measuring for you.
So Where Do I Start?
1. Take some measurements of your yard.
2. Make a quick phone call.
You will get all your questions answered.
You will learn what the cost will be and and when it can get it done.
Having an awesome front lawn will totally improve the curb appeal and appearance of your entire Washington State house.
And a terrific back yard will encourage your family to spend more time having fun outside.
Why not get started.
Is There Sod Delivery Near Me?
They work in downtown Seattle, especially South Lake Union, Pioneer Square, International District, First Hill and Belltown.
They also work all over the outer suburbs. Some of the suburbs and zip codes are listed below. Even if you don’t see your town or zip code below, if you are in the area, make a short call and check. Thanks.
Alki Beach, Ballard, Beacon Hill, Bothell, Burien, Capitol Hill, Central District, Edmonds, Fremont, Greenwood, Highland Park, The Industrial District, Kent, Lake City, Lynnwood, Magnolia, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo, Northgate, Queen Anne, Renton, SeaTac, Shoreline, Tukwila, University District and Woodinville.
Downtown Zips: 98109, 98104, 98101 and 98121