If you don’t care for your lawn year-round, this is the time frustration sets in… mid-summer.
Your lawn is most likely suffering from the intense heat and since it had no care before this moment, it’s probably looking really bad.
If you have “those” kind of neighbors, then you’re probably on the neighborhood black list. The people that are “careless” and so forth.
Forget the neighbors… people will be people.
Just do something about your lawn. Your lawn is part of your home and it affects your family, your pets and your pocket.
The present is always the right time to make a change. Saying “I’ll do something next year” just means you’ll repeat the entire cycle again. Expecting a different result from the same action is unrealistic.
What Can You Do for Your Lawn Right Now?
Call a reputable professional – Yes, you can try to do this yourself, but honestly, has that worked so far?
A professional will take care of your lawn properly. They’ll identify the problem and apply the right product and/or technique for your particular kind of grass, location, slope and the myriad of other variables that only someone trained and certified can know.
Believe us when we say, this can save you money. If not, why don’t you add up all the bottles and bags of grass treatment materials in your shed or garage that were never applied to your lawn?
Mow your lawn properly – We may sound like a broken record, but these are the basics for mowing your grass in a way that will make it grow healthy, lush and strong. Click HERE to visit our Website and read bullet points on proper technique. We also have a great article on being a grass cutting Samurai HERE.
Water your lawn like a pro – This is another basic rule that will keep your lawn hydrated and healthy. To learn the proper way to water your turf visit our Website HERE.
Feed your lawn regularly – Water is not enough for your lawn. It needs vital nutrients and vitamins to thrive. Although there are many products available on the market, we a
gain suggest talking to a professional. Whatever you add to your lawn will affect your family, your pets and your pocket. These are three things you don’t want to put at risk.
As always, if you have any questions, visit our Website at www.lawnamat.net or call us at (201) 891-4131 or (845) 986-8836.
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