What is Your Serra Mesa Lawn Looking Like These Days?
Here’s an easy question, what is your yard looking like these days?
It’s possible you have a new home and just didn’t put in a grass lawn yet.
Perhaps you just finished an exterior remodeling job which tore up your lawn.
Maybe you moved into a home where the prior owner couldn’t care less what the yard looked like.
Regardless of what your situation is, it is simple to get the freshest sod installed at your California home.
It’s going to make your house look great instantly.
Your House Can Have an Awesome Yard
A hard-working San Diego lawn crew might be able to get your new sod installed in a single day.
It’s pretty great, one day you have a nasty yard and the next day you own a great-looking yard.
They Can Do the Whole Project
You can have them perform the whole project.
They will deliver and install your new lawn.
They’ll even do the watering the first day, but after that, it is up to you.
It’s important, you have to remember to do the watering after that.
Now, if your new lawn is put in in the Winter, and if the weather helps you out, you might not have to get the hose out every day, but you’ll have to watch how moist your new grass is.
During our dry seasons, you might have to lightly water up to several times each day.
Do You Want To Do the Installing Job?
Okay, you can do the sod installation yourself if you want.
They grow fresh cut sod for sale and they can truck over your order to your San Diego suburb and you put it down on your yard.
Laying it down isn’t as complicated as brain surgery, but like a lot of things in life, it is tougher than it looks.
If you will be doing the sodding labor yourself, try to do it soon after your order is dropped off at your driveway.
Sod farm grass can spoil and you should try to get it on the ground and properly watered fast.
What is the Price of Sod?
A fine-looking lawn is going to add to your house’s curb appeal and pump up your home’s real estate price as well.
That’s why California realtors and experienced house flippers routinely request new grass for any property that needs it.
The cost of seeding, harvesting and laying down a green grass lawn is not exactly cheap, but most homeowners do not find the expense to be too great either.
Most homeowners feel the price is realistic when they take into account the long-term benefit of having a good lawn.
Concerning what it will set you back, the main factor in the price of your sod delivery is the quantity of square feet of turf you are going to request.
It’s fairly simple. The more grass you need, the more it will cost.
A second possible price factor in your sod installation cost could be the location of your house.
If you can correctly measure your yard and come to a decent determination of how many square feet you want to cover, you can talk with a Serra Mesa sod company and get a quote on how much you need and how much you should order.
They will supply you with a pretty quick estimate on how much it will cost to truck your order over to your house and lay it down.
In some instances, they may be able to actually come out to your house and complete the measuring for you.
Delivering all over the San Diego metro area, including the Mission City, Qualcomm Stadium and Serra Mesa neighborhoods.
Ready To Get Started?
1. Make a sketch of your lawn. Separate your big drawing of your property down into segments that are easier to measure.
2. Get your tape measure and a piece of paper and try to measure your yard.
3. Call the number below.
They’re always happy to speak with homeowners. They will try to answer any question you have.
Even if you aren’t very hopeful in how good your yard measurement is, they will do their best to supply you with a dependable cost quote.
Developing a hardy, healthy front lawn can markedly improve the visual appeal of your entire home.
Plus, owning a nice, inviting backyard might get you out in your yard more too.
A fine lawn might even sway your kids to spend time out back as well. That’s a bonus.
It all starts with a phone call.
Turf Service in Your Neighborhood
Delivering and installing all over the San Diego metro area, including the Mission City, Qualcomm Stadium and Serra Mesa neighborhoods.