Does Your Yukon Area Lawn Need Work?
Are you comfortable with the way your front yard looks?
It might be that you have a newly built house and have not gotten to your yard yet, or you recently got done with a big exterior renovation job that got your lawn messed up.
Or it could be that you just moved to a new home where the previous owner really didn’t worry much about their yard.
Regardless of what your situation is, you can get new sod installed at your Oklahoma or Canadian County property.
It’s going to make your home look great immediately.
You Could See a Great Looking Lawn in One Day
An experienced West OKC lawn contractor will transform your yard fast.
Your old yard may look sorry before they get started, but it will look good when they are all done.
Do the Entire Job
Most of the time, they manage the full process and all the work.
They slice it, deliver it, lay it down and clean up after ourselves when they’re done.
They’ll even water your new grass on that first day.
But after that first day, that duty is up to you.
Mother Nature may help a little with some of the watering responsibilities, but it’s your job to be sure it gets lightly watered often enough.
If you put in your new grass in the middle of one of our real hot and dry summers, you will need to get out and water a few times every day until the grass is established and growing.
Can I Just Do the Job By Myself?
You could do the turf installation yourself if you want.
They deliver new grass for sale and they will bring your order right to your street.
Your new grass shows up neatly loaded on pallets and you just do the rest.
However, if you plan to undertake the job yourself, you will need to get started soon after they drop your order off at your house.
Natural harvested turf from an Oklahoma sod farm is perishable.
You should not wait too long to get started on it.
For the best outcome, you need to get it put down on the dirt and watered right away.
Sod Prices in the West Metro Area – What Will it Cost Me?
Plus, a terrific lawn will add to your house’s curb appeal, and raise your home’s likely real estate value too.
That’s why it is viewed as a number one strategy of successful property flippers and house sellers.
It requires a lot of time and effort to plant, grow, manage, harvest, truck and finally lay down a section of grass. So if you want to have a big yard worked on, the price may be pretty substantial.
In spite of this, because the benefit you get is a big, immediate, nice-looking lawn.
Most property owners look at the cost as being acceptable.
As you can most likely imagine, the two main price factors will be how much grass you will be ordering and whether or not they will be working on the actual installation.
It’s feasible there might be a small optional cost, but the order quantity and the installation fee are the main determining elements.
They can most likely give you a good quote on the phone if you can actually evaluate your lawn and come up with a fair number of how large your yard really is.
Measuring your yard’s size can be slightly tricky. Just do your best.
They deliver all over Canadian and Oklahoma County, often around the west suburbs near Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge, Lake Overholser Park and Sunrise Park.
What Should I Do To Get Started?
1. Complete a simple sketch of your lawn to help you measure how big it is.
2. Go determine the approximate measurements of your property.
3. Call when you have a minute.
They are always happy to answer any question a homeowner has.
They appreciate your time.
They will do their best to provide you an accurate cost estimate.
And they can also provide you with a probable time to have your project started.
Owning a terrific front lawn enhances the curb appeal and look of your entire house.
And your whole family is going to appreciate having a nice, functional back yard for entertaining or enjoying themselves.
You and your kids might actually enjoy more free time outside.
Ready when you are.
Turf Service Around Your Neighborhood
- Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge
- Lake Overholser Park
- Sunrise Park
- Yukon OK
- All the West OKC suburbs too