Does Your UC-Riverside Area Lawn Need a Little TLC?
Has it looked better? Be honest.
So maybe it is not your fault.
If you just bought a new house near the University District or you just got done with a exterior home renovation project, your lawn may be looking a bit rough.
Or it could be that you have moved to a new house where the original owner apparently didn’t care too much about their lawn.
Whatever your situation is, it is simple to get new sod installed at your property.
And it will look good as soon as it is installed.
Get the Nicest Yard on the Block
An experienced eastside lawn crew can get strong, local grass installed on your yard in often just a day or so.
Fresh sod will drastically improve how your property looks. And fast.
It’s Not Hard – When Someone Else Does the Work
Once your new grass is laid down, all you have to do is keep it damp.
You will most likely need to do quite a bit of watering in the initial two or three weeks.
During one of those typical dry SoCal Summers, you may have to head outdoors and water a few times every day until your grass is established.
Can I Lay It Down Myself?
If you like, you have the option of putting down your new grass by yourself or with the help of some friends.
They provide premium sod for sale and delivery.
They’ll simply drop it off at your place. It will be freshly cut and neatly stacked.
If you have laid sod down before, or if the friends who are helping you have done it before, you could be in a decent situation for installing it yourself.
If you have not done it before, the process looks a little easier than it really is.
One main detail to remember is newly cut sod is perishable.
It’s fresh when they deliver it to your location. You should plan on starting the job without delay.
Do not have it sit in your driveway for days before you get around to laying it down.
What is the Price of Sod?
Your contractor really does not need to sell you on the benefits of having a pleasant front lawn.
A pleasant yard increases your home’s curb appeal.
It contributes to your home’s future real estate sales value as well (should you be considering selling it). Improvements to the front yard is a basic sales technique of the professional home seller and house flipper.
Premium quality, California grown grass turf rolls will not be cheap, but they are not too costly either.
When it comes down to estimating what you will pay, the glaring chief factor in the price of a grass lawn delivery is the quantity of new grass you are purchasing.
A second, but unlikely, possible price factor in your sod installation cost could be a delivery charge if you live in a secluded area.
If you live way outside of the standard delivery area, a travel charge to deliver to you might come into play, but it is not usual.
They will supply a pretty firm quote on what the charge will be to get those heavy pallets shipped out to your house and placed on your yard.
In a few circumstances, it’s possible they might have the option to swing by your property and do the measuring for you.
Who works in your community? They work for property owners around the University District, Belvedere Heights, North High School, Eastside and over to west side of Moreno Valley.
What to Do to Begin
1. Draw a rough sketch of your yard. Separate your big drawing of your yard down into rectangles that are easier to measure.
2. Get all the general measurements of your lawn.
3. Make a quick phone call.
They are happy to talk to any property owner thinking about getting new sod.
They’ll try to answer any question you have.
They can do their best and provide you an accurate cost estimate. And they can also provide you with a probable time to get your job started.
Getting a picture-perfect front lawn is bound to improve the look and curb appeal of your entire property.
And don’t underestimate how much a good back lawn will persuade your family and you to spend more hours out in the backyard.
Deliver Turf To Your Neighborhood
They work for property owners around the University District, Belvedere Heights, North High School, Eastside and over to west side of Moreno Valley.