Guide to choose the right turf

Choosing the best turf that suits your environment before installing and trying to grow can be half the work of maintaining a good lawn throughout the year. That’s why we decided to create this comprehensive guide to help guide you from purchase to installation. In this guide, we need the most important tips and essential advice on choosing, installing and growing your lawn, and if you follow the information presented, you will have the best-looking yard in the road!

1 Choose a lawn that best matches the amount of time you’re willing to spend looking after it.

Choosing the right turf variety can help you in the long run by assessing the level of maintenance needed.

When choosing your lawn turf, it is best to evaluate the environment and landscape when the turf is raised and how much maintenance is required. From here, many people know how much their ability to commit to looking after their new lawn and start off in the wrong direction, one that looks best, ends with a lawn that requires more maintenance than their suppliers provide. Knowing the maintenance required in choosing the right maintenance enables you to make an informed decision and makes it easy for you to know what it takes to maintain its quality. Answering the following questions will help you determine the amount of maintenance and time you should spend looking after your new lawn.

Q. How often do you plan on watering your new lawn?

  • Not often (once every 5-7 days)
  • Often (once every 2-3 days)
  • Very often (every day)

Q. How often do you plan to cut your lawn raw?

  • Not often (once every 5-7 days)
  • Often (once every 2-3 days)
  • Very often (every day)

Choose a lawn that best matches your environment and weather conditions. Determine the environment in which it should be installed Select the correct turf type it Determining the weather and the general landscape where the turf is installed when choosing your lawn turf Best you have to think when considering some of the turf keys to use below.

Q. Does the temperature of your lawn cool enough in the winter to freeze?

  • Yes
  • No

Q. What is the area where your lawn will be installed under many shaded areas?

  • Yes
  • No

Q. Will the lawn area be exposed to a lot of foot traffic?

  • Yes
  • No

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, Sir Walter Premium Lawn Turf has the best shade tolerance, with the Palmetto soft leaf buffalo on it. Like all living things, Sir Walter and Palmetto both need some sun to survive; We recommend 3-4 hours of sun per day for each of them.