Many lawns, especially those 10 years old or older, were established with common type turf grass which do not meet the needs of today’s homeowner. These lawns tend to be more disease and insect prone, take more fertilizer and water, or they just have a plain old “worn out” look. Newer turf grass varieties have been developed to withstand insects, disease, drought, shady conditions and heavy traffic better. The investment in overseeding pays off by reducing the amount of pesticides, water and fertilizer required. Most importantly, however, is that a renovated lawn looks better. It stays greener and looks healthier!
We recommend the following services which compliment the whole overseeding process: