Bountiful Custom Landscape
When home owners are looking for ways to increase value in their home Bountiful Custom Landscape is a great place to start. The value of what you get out of a beautiful yard can’t be measured. Curb appeal will dramatically increase the prospect of potential buyers will dramatically increase. Our specialized team of lawn care professionals will assess your lawn and provide you with great information on maintenance as well as what kind of lawn to choose. We keep an eye on the competition and our prices per value are on your side.
Maintaining Bountiful Custom Landscape
It’s rarely the case that you can just revive a destroyed sod by saturating it with products. Maintaining Bountiful Custom Landscape means getting the information you need to make an informed decision. Dead lawn doesn’t come back to life hardly ever. Most of the time you will need to install a new lawn if you see that your lawn is dry and brown in the summer. The dirt may have become clay or the wear and tear may have just destroyed the roots. We can help you decide how to deal with your problematic areas as well as instruct you on not letting the same problem repeat itself. From maintenance to choice of lawn there are some factors that come into play here and we would like to be sure you understand them all.
Choosing Your Sod
In the early spring you should begin to consider Bountiful Custom Landscape. That is the best time of year to install a new lawn. Now we will get into the different types of sod and what the differences are in each. This will help you make the correct choice for your new lawn.
Zoysia The Family Sod
A very active and enduring sod is the Zoysia. This lawn comes in thick and green, you can let it grow a bit long so that is a plus if you plan on being lazy with the mowing. If you are in the habit of entertaining outside frequently then you may want to also take into account how durable this lawn is for high mileage. Kids can play on this lawn and fall on their knees and you won’t have to worry as much about injuries because it really does have a bit more bounce the the other sod we will mention. However if you do live in an area that gets a lot of rain you will want to avoid this sod. It does go brown in the winter but rest assured it will return to its lovely green in the spring.
Bermuda Sod For Drought
Drought prone areas do well with Bermuda. Which may be ideal for many reasons especially if you don’t actually have a lot of rainfall. So you won’t have to make up for the lack of rain with sprinklers. Let’s face it the highest cost of your new lawn is going to be the watering. When the winter comes this grass will loose its color like that named above. Do be careful that you do not install this lawn in an area of your property that is shaded most of the day because it will not do well.
Tall Fescue Sod Loves Water
The last one on our list is the Tall Fescue sod which many people like because of its dark green color. Also this lawn will stay green all year long, it doesn’t loose its color in the frozen months like those named above. However it does take an exceptional amount of rain so of course that could mean the cost goes way up if you don’t live in an area with a lot of rainfall. This lawn is also does very well when its trimmed and mowed frequently so that’s another addition to the maintenance of this sod.