When weeds take over, rough grades threaten turf health, or disease infests your lawn beyond repair, the answer is to install a new one. This process isn't as daunting as it might sound. Keep Right Landscaping will remove your existing lawn, prepare the soil for planting, and rebuild your turf by either seeding or sodding your property. There are advantages to both methods. Our professional team can help you decide what option makes the most sense for your site, budget and goals.
There are no magic seeds. Germinating a lawn requires selecting the right type of turfseed, preparing the soil, amending it if necessary, and evenly applying seed so it can grow without crowding or fighting for nutrients. We take pride in first establishing a healthy foundation for your new lawn—then spreading seed in a proportion to ensure growing success.
When you need grass fast, sod is a quick-growing alternative to seed. While sod lawns costs up to 60 percent more than seeded lawns to intall, the time, energy and water required for seed to germinate also adds up. Sod performs best in conditions with plenty of moisture and sunlight. Sod struggles to establish in shady areas. Our Keep Right team will prepare a sod lawn with the same foundation techniques: soil testing, removing existing grass and weeds, adjusting beds, grading and preparing soil for planting. Once sod is down, a proper watering and maintenance program will ensure its success.
Beds and Planters
Keep Right also specializes in bed/planter installation. Plants play a very important role in landscape design. Plants allow the landscape to come alive while providing aromas, colors, and textures. These enhancements will not only add to the curb appeal of your property, they will also add to its value.