It’s a question many home owners struggle with, and if you’re wondering which one you should choose here are some considerations you should be aware of:
A certain amount of soil preparation will be needed whether you choose to sow seed or lay instant turf rolls.
A seeded lawn will involve a much lower financial outlay initially. But, it will require more care during establishment and it can be months before it can be used. Turf lawn is fast and easy to lay and can be walked on in as little as a week. But, the cost of buying and laying quality turf over a large area can be steep. Another consideration is whether or not the grass variety you want in your backyard can even be grown from seed. As an example, Sir Walter DNA Certified soft leaf buffalo grass cannot be grown from seed so installing an instant turf is the only option.
How do you choose the right grass type? Follow these easy steps:
For more help on deciding on seed versus instant turf, or the right turf variety for your place just contact the team at Harden Park Lawns.
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