The lawn care professionals at Greenskeeper have put together this handy lawn watering guide. A healthy lawn is definitely a satisfying site for most people as they walk out their front door or into their backyard. The lush green appearance and crisp edged cuts always have a soft spot in any outdoor lovers heart.
Lawns, however, are often mistreated in regard to the amount of water they truly need. A lot of homeowners will water their grass to the point where it is over saturated while others will rarely water their grass and allow for rain to be the only source of water their grass gets. During normal seasons, grass will usually need about an inch of water on a weekly basis to keep up the fresh green coloring as well as their continuing growing capabilities. Late Spring and Summer months, however, might find very intense heat, rain and humidity that could cause the lawn to grow at above normal rates.
Greenskeeper offers a variety of lawn care services for every season. Whether you require specialized treatment for a stubborn lawn care issue or need assistance maintaining your lawn all year long, our team of experienced professionals can help. We have been caring for Pennsylvania properties for more than 50 years and would love to bring our expert services to your lawn.
Contact the Greenskeeper team today to learn more about how we can make your lawn healthy and attractive with our spring and summer lawn care services. Click to fill out our online form or call us at 215-938-8440 and schedule your no-obligation consultation appointment!
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