lawn care

Taking care of your lawn is something that most people think they should do themselves. After all, standing outside with a garden hose and a cup of coffee is an image right out of the American Dream. Unfortunately, lawn care is actually much more of a hassle than that. Here are just a few of the problems you can run into…

#1: Lack of knowledge.

There’s a lot more to grass than meets the eye. In fact, there are many different kinds of grass. Each type does best in a particular climate. Keeping your turf thick and healthy requires some expert care, especially in adverse conditions like a heat wave or harsh winter.

#2: Life obligations.

Lawn care needs to be a regularly-scheduled event, almost like taking care of a pet. Unfortunately, life obligations with family and work can often get in the way of your regularly-scheduled maintenance. If you don’t get around to that daily watering or weekly mowing, you could be on a slippery slope to a poorly-maintained front yard.

#3: The wrong equipment.

Do you have all the tools you need for maintaining a healthy lawn? In addition to a lawnmower, that might include fertilizer, specialized machinery (such as a weed-wacker or leaf blower) and occasionally even new strips of turf to replace bald patches in the lawn. These specialized tools can really add up; alternatively, you may not even be aware of what you need.

#4: Complex issues could come up.

As we said, caring for the lawn is not just about watering it with a hose and occasionally mowing it. What will you do in the event of an infestation of bugs or weeds? What if deer are regularly coming by and eating up the grass? If you attempt to find your own solutions to these problems, you’ll be handling them with a lack of expertise. This could result in more time and money lost.

The Solution

The solution to all these problems is to just outsource the care of your lawn to a competent professional lawn care service. In the long run, this is a move that will actually save you time and money—not to mention tons of stress. 

Outsourcing your lawn care is particularly useful if the physical demands of yard work are too much for you, or if a busy schedule keeps you from performing routine maintenance. 

It is important to research all of the options before choosing a lawn care service provider. Make sure to select a professional company that you can trust to do a great job.