Is Your Venice CA Lawn Looking a Bit Rough?
Are you happy with the way your lawn looks?
It might be that it’s not really your fault.
Perhaps you have a brand new house and you simply haven’t gotten to the lawn yet.
Maybe your worked on an exterior renovation project and it sort of messed up your front lawn.
Or maybe you just purchased a place where the former homeowner obviously didn’t worry much about what their lawn looked like.
Whatever your condition is, you can have fresh, mature sod installed at your west LA County home.
And it will look good right away.
Make Your Lawn the Nicest on the Block
A local Venice lawn crew can get all of your sod grass installed in only a matter of hours.
It’s a pretty sweet deal, you go to work in the morning with a not-so-great lawn and come home in the evening to a great lawn.
How Do I Get Sod Installed?
Once they have your new turf down on your lot, all you need to do is keep it watered until your new turf is established.
And, in our city, that is kind of a problem.
Our weather typically doesn’t help with bringing moisture, you will need to do all the watering in that first two or three weeks.
However, if you get your new lawn rolled out during one of our often dry Summers, you could end up having to lightly water several times a day. It’s important.
Could I Do the Project Myself?
If you want to save some money, you can complete the actual installation yourself.
You can buy robust, mature grass sod for sale which they can bring right to your driveway.
And you finish it from there.
Note, if you plan on undertaking the sodding on your own time, make sure to do it as soon as your pallets are delivered to your driveway.
Harvested grass from a sod farm is perishable and you need to get it onto the dirt and watered right away.
Let’s Talk Cost – The Price of Sod in Venice CA
A top-quality front lawn will add to your home’s curb appeal and strengthen your property’s potential real estate price as well.
Real estate agents and professional house flippers know this too.
That’s why getting a better front yard is considered a top tactic of these home sellers to bring in more buying offers and a greater selling price.
The cost of growing, delivering and putting down a grass lawn is not exactly cheap, but it really isn’t too high either.
Most property owners feel the expense fair when considering the long-lasting benefit of owning a great green yard.
Naturally, the two main factors in determining your final cost is how much turf you will be getting and whether or not they are going to be performing the installation work for you.
So big yards cost more than small yards.
And if you are going to be putting the new turf down by yourself, that will decrease the cost too.
Now, if you should live way out in the sticks (and you know who you are), the transportation fees to deliver to your place might be a little higher.
But that occurring is fairly rare.
Do your best to walk around your place, measure your space and add up an estimate of how many square feet your coverage area is, you can speak with a Venice sod company and learn how much turf you need to get and the cost for them to haul it to your property and then lay it down.
Once in a while, if it works out right, someone might be able to actually swing by your property and finish the measuring and the math for you.
They deliver and install all over Venice and the local suburbs, including properties near LA International, Playa Del Rey or Marina Del Rey.
The Step to Get Started
1. Create a little drawing of your yard to help you measure it.
2. Go take all the approximate measurements of your lawn.
3. Make a short phone call.
Have questions? They will try to answer them.
They will do their best to tell you what it will cost and when they could plan to get it started.
Having an appealing front lawn will certainly improve the curb appeal of your entire home.
And experiencing an inviting back yard might prompt your family to get out and spend more time in your back yard.
Let’s get started. Grab a notebook and a tape measure.
Do You Deliver Turf To My Neighborhood?
They bring turf to homes and businesses to the neighborhoods of LA International, Playa Del Rey or Marina Del Rey.