It May Be  Time To Re-Grade Your Lawn

Most homeowners spend upwards of $12,000 a year on improvement projects. Many of these projects are designed to make the outside of a home more appealing. Keeping your lawn in pristine condition will require both persistence and the help of professionals. Making sure your lawn is properly draining is vital when trying to avoid flooding and erosion issues. One of the best ways to smooth out the natural slopes your yard has is by investing in professionals who know how to re-grade your lawn.

With the professional grading services offered by ScapeWorx Landscaping, you can avoid drainage issues while adding more appeal to this part of your home. Over time, the slopes created by grading may start to erode. When this happens, you need to have your lawn re-graded. Here are some signs you will notice when it is time to schedule a re-grading of your lawn.

Pools Of Water and Marshy Soil

Having a yard full of lush green grass is what most homeowners aspire to. When grading issues are present, parts of your lawn will become a soupy and muddy mess. If you start to notice that large pools of water and marshy soil are invading your home’s exterior, then you are probably in need of re-grading. Allowing these pools to remain near the foundation of your home can cause extensive damage.

This is why you have to take action as soon as you notice these pools of water forming. The ideal lawn will help to move water away from your home instead of allowing it to remain in puddles. With our grading services, you can get rid of these puddles for good.

The Appearance of Tough Weeds Means It’s Time To Re-Grade Your Lawn

If you are familiar with residential lawn maintenance, you know how difficult it can be to get rid of weeds. In most cases, ongoing issues with particularly hard-to-get rid of weeds are caused by grading issues. Lawns that are not properly graded can develop patches that are hard for seeds to penetrate. When this happens, these areas will be overwhelmed by tough weeds.

Removing these areas is only possible with professional grading. Instead of spending an untold amount of money and time trying to remove these weeds, you need to invest in our grading services.

Eroded Areas Can Signify The Need For Re-Grading

Soil erosion is quite common on lawns that need to be graded. The uneven surfaces created by this lack of pitch can lead to the topsoil eroding. When this happens, all of the nutrients your grass needs to grow are washed away. This will lead to large patches of brown grass. If you want to fix these problems, you need to explore your lawn grading options. A member of our team can walk you through how the lawn grading process works and what you can expect once we are through.

If you are experiencing any of the problems mentioned in this article, it is time to take action. With our help, you can get your lawn back in pristine condition in no time.