Turf is a lawn product that combines living grass with a supportive soil layer that protects roots and promotes progress of your new grass's growth.
Many homeowners and professional landscapers choose turf in order to create a thick growth of lush green lawn on the day of installation versus waiting for seed to grow and then reseeding to promote increasingly thicker grass over time. Additionally, turf is often used to reduce the costs of cultivating a lawn, because maintenance cost is reduced. If you are considering turf for your lawn, here are some questions you should ask first.
Some grass types do not do well in climates with snow or extremely high temperatures. Select from turf types that will thrive in seasonal conditions of the region where you live. Be aware that soil types can vary widely within a local region, depending on topography.
This question really must address two basic concerns:
Consider how you plan to use your yard space. Some grass types are more durable under foot traffic than others.
Before you invest in improving your lawn, keep in mind any special maintenance measures that may need to be taken to overcome issues such as:
For more information about turf selection for your residence, sports field, or golf course, or to schedule lawn health service, contact Modern Turf to discuss your lawn needs with one of our experts. We're here to answer all of your questions.