Chesterfield Lawn Renovation
Your lawn may need a complete overhaul in order to be able to grow healthily. Two common motivations for having a lawn renovation performed are to deal with weed overgrowth or to introduce a new species of grass. When renovating a lawn, our professionals focus on the cause of the damage a lawn may face. By identifying these issues, we can make a plan to address them so that your lawn can thrive. Some common issues that prevent lawns from growing healthily include:
- Shade issues – This can prevent your grass and plants from growing properly.
- Drainage problems – If your lawn isn’t draining properly, some of your plants are continually subject to drowning.
- Weeds and Pests – These are common killers that must be addressed for your lawn to thrive.
- Soil Acidity – If the soil in your lawn is infertile or far too acidic, it can stunt the growth of your lawn.
- Thatch – Thatch is the layer of grass and debris beneath the top layer of vegetation. When thatch becomes too compacted it can limit the nutrients and oxygen that the soil below receives
No matter the motivation for your lawn renovation, the process is involved and best completed with the oversight and assistance of an expert team. By taking an in-depth look at the issues that your lawn may be facing, our team at Midwest Lawn Co can craft a plan to renovate your lawn.
Lawn Renovation Services
At Midwest Lawn Co, our landscaping experts can ensure your lawn looks its best. We offer our lawn renovation services throughout the West County suburbs.
- Compost Top Dressing – Top dressing is the process of applying a thin layer of soil on top of an existing lawn. This can smooth out the area, or protect newly-planted seeds.
- Sodding – Sodding is the quickest and easiest way to add grass to a new lawn. Sod is grass that has already been grown, that is brought to your lawn, soil and all.
- Grading – If your lawn’s slope is not ideal, our grading services can help correct that. Having proper grading, or sloping, is important to help drain water away from your home. If your house is prone to floods, fixing your lawn’s grading could help mitigate damage from extreme rain.
- Seeding – Seeding more grass can help your lawn look healthier and has the added benefit of reducing the area where weeds can grow.
- Aeration – Aeration allows nutrients and water to reach deeper into the soil. It is a vital part of maintaining a healthy and beautiful lawn.
- Dethatching – Dethatching is a process of removing dead grass from the lawn. This dead grass is called thatch, and it can prevent water and nutrients from reaching the soil below. Our dethatching professionals can clear it out, so your lawn can get all of the benefits of the water and nutrients you provide it.
If you want to improve the appearance and overall health of your lawn, our Midwest Lawn Co renovation professionals are just a phone call away. Call us at (636) 220-9991 or fill out an online contact form to get started today.