How is Your St. Louis Lawn Looking These Days?

This contractor can put in a brand new lawn at your homeWhat condition is your front lawn in these days?

In case you just built a new house or you recently completed some big exterior house remodeling, your lawn may be looking for some attention.

Or perhaps you live in a home where the last owner obviously didn’t care much about what the lawn looked like.

Whatever your situation happens to be today, it’s easy to get new sod installed at your home.

And your new grass is going to look nice very fast.

Your Lawn Could Be Transformed in A Day

A good lawn contractor, working with a seasoned work crew, can deliver a makeover at your property in no time.

It’s pretty surprising how fast the work can get done and what a substantial difference it makes on the appearance of your house.

They Can Do All the Work

You just make a quick call, and they’ll do all the work.

Once your new turf is put down, your job is to remember to keep it damp.

In St. Louis County, watering our lawns isn’t always a challenge.

Mother Nature will most likely help out with keeping your new yard damp, but you will likely still need to do a little watering throughout the first two or three weeks.

During the Summer when it’s hot and never seems to rain much, you will have to get your hose out up to several times every day.

Can I Do the Job By Myself?

If you think you are interested in doing some of the work and saving some cash, you could do the installation yourself.

They have hardy local sod for sale that they could drop off right in your driveway.

And you complete the job of putting it down.

Laying it down isn’t as easy as it sounds.

But if you’re up to the challenge (and if you have a couple of buddies who can help) you are welcome to try it.

It’s important they coordinate with you about the time when they will deliver your order.

Because fresh-cut sod is perishable. It’s best to ready to begin putting it down on the dirt as soon as they bring it to you.

It isn’t good to let it sit in your driveway for long before you get to it.

Sod Prices in St. Louis – What Is It Going to Cost?

Maybe you aren’t interested in selling your home right now, but when the time comes when you are considering doing it, a nice lawn is going to add to your home’s curb appeal.

That is exactly why experienced property sellers and top real estate agents frequently replace turf at the properties they are trying to sell.

Fenced back yard gets fresh rolls of sturdy grassThese grass turf bundles are not particularly cheap, but they are really expensive either.

When you consider how much value a good lawn adds to a property, the final expense of a MO grass delivery service is pretty manageable.

It’s pretty apparent, but the two principal aspects that make up your final cost will be the amount of product you are purchasing and whether or not they will be carrying out the installation.

It’s possible there might be some additional fee, but the order amount and the installation expense are the main factors.

If you adequately measure your yard and arrive at a good estimate of how much square feet you need to cover, you can talk with a St. Louis sod company and get a quote on how much you need and how many pallets you need to order.

They are able to give you a pretty short quote on what it will cost to truck that order out to your house and lay it down.

In some instances, they might be able to actually come out to your house and do the measuring for you.

They deliver all over the metro area, including the central neighborhoods of Overland, Pagedale, Maplewood, Richmond Heights, Clayton, University City, West End, Old North St. Louis, Lafayette Square, Forest Park, Arnold, Oakville, Crestwood, Mehlville, Lemay, Sunset Hills, Affton, Carondelet and the Botanical Garden area.

And delivery is made to the suburbs too – East St. Louis, O’Fallon area, Chesterfield area and the north suburbs.

Steps to Do Now

1. Complete a very basic sketch of your yard to help you take your measurements.

2. Go take all the dimensions of it.

3. Make one phone call.

You can get all your questions answered.

You can learn how much it will cost and when you could expect to have the project done.

Developing a great-looking front yard is going to drastically amplify the curb appeal and appearance of your entire home.

Plus, having a nice, inviting backyard might get you out in your yard more often too.

A fun back lawn could even sway your kids to spend more time outside too. That’s a bonus.

So get a notebook, a tape measure, do a little math and then make a quick call.

Turf Service Around Your Neighborhood

  • Overland
  • Pagedale
  • Maplewood
  • Richmond Heights
  • Clayton
  • University City MO
  • West End
  • Old North St. Louis
  • Lafayette Square
  • Forest Park
  • Botanical Garden area
  • Sunset Hills
  • Crestwood
  • Affton
  • Carondelet
  • Lemay
  • Mehlville MO
  • Oakville MO
  • Arnold

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