Frequently Asked Questions

Lawn care is a broad topic, and LawnCare.net strives to cover everything from the types of tools to use, to the best products on the market, to grass types and the climates in which they thrive, and much more. Our team of dedicated lawn care professionals is continuously researching for innovative solutions to obtaining a healthy and vibrant lawn. Below are a few common questions that many homeowners have about lawn care. Q: I just moved into a new home and I want to build a lawn. Should I hire a professional or is it possible to do the project myself? LawnCare.net: First, congratulations on your new house. Building a lawn can be as easy or as difficult as you make it. There are many factors that determine the amount of work necessary for building a lawn. For example, how large is your lawn, what is its current condition, do you want to plant a variety of vegetation, and what is the climate in which you live? More importantly, what is your budget? If you're interested in building a lawn, LawnCare.net offers extensive information on a variety of topics related to lawn care. Do your research-stay on top of the current trends, products and equipment, and look at customer reviews. If you have a question, you can always call on a lawn care specialist in your area. If you would like professional help with building your lawn, don't be fooled into thinking you need an outrageous budget. These days, there are several options when hiring a lawn care company, and you can have a beautiful lawn without breaking the bank. So, envision what you'd like your new lawn to look like, review your budget, assess your schedule and time restraints, and research all about lawn care. By then, you should have an idea of whether or not you should call a professional or do it yourself. Best of luck in achieving a perfectly manicured lawn! Q: How often should I water my lawn? LawnCare.net: This seems to be a recurring question and unfortunately, there is no specific answer. How often you water your lawn is dependent upon the season, soil and type of grass. Generally, lawns need approximately one inch of water weekly. Oftentimes homeowners make the mistake of assuming their lawns are adequately watered, when in reality, they are in need of water. Conversely, lawns can be watered too much. If you're unsure, use your finger and prod the soil to determine if it is moist or dry. And remember, the best time to water is in the wee hours of the morning (5:00 a.m. is ideal). A lawn care sprinkler system is a great way to effectively and efficiently water your lawn. With lawn care sprinklers, your lawn receives just the right amount of water at just the right time. Manual or automatic, a lawn care sprinkler system is an excellent investment. Q: Weeds are beginning to take over my lawn. How do I kill them? LawnCare.net: Weed control plays an important role in a lush lawn. If weeds are taking over your lawn, they need immediate attention. However, you must be familiar with the types of weeds that are overtaking your lawn in order to implement appropriate action. Some weeds do not respond well to particular herbicides, and certain chemicals can harm the healthy sections of your lawn. LawnCare.net features articles about common lawn weeds. If you need additional help, visit your nearest garden center. The most important thing is that you address lawn weeds without delay before the problem worsens. Do you have a lawn care question for our experts? Email us at info@lawncare.net and we'll address your query. Check back regularly for additional answers to common questions. LawnCare.net is your trusted resource for helpful information and useful tips on lawn care.
 
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