Lawn Seeding Services
Seeding your yard is a vital part of having the lawn of your dreams. Red Carpet Landscaping’s lawn seeding services will ensure that your yard is correctly seeded to create the full, lush grass you always envisioned.
Kinds of seeding treatments we provide
Our seeding services integrate all 3 methods of seed application treatments:
- Yard renovation: Fully placing in a new yard, whether it’s for a new house, or for an existing yard which is being thoroughly re-done.
- Spot seeding: Seeding your lawn’s bare patches, may fix certain spaces, like the ones damaged by wear and tear, pests, disease, or pet urine.
- Overseeding: It’ll refresh your yard with young, new blades of grass, to assist in making a yard appear green and lush.
Planting the proper kind of grass
Your Red Carpet Landscaping professional may help you to determine which kind of grass is going to work well not only for your region’s weather patterns and climate, yet for your lawn itself. As our technicians work and live in the localities they cover, they’re specialists on what the best sorts of grass are for your region. If you presently have high maintenance grass which does not match your active lifestyle, and it consistently develops bald patches, it may be worth your time to renovate your yard with fresh seed, opposed to filling those patches in.
When to seed your yard
There are optimal periods of the year when it’s better to begin seeding your yard. It’ll depend on the kind of grass you have, and whether it’s a cool-season or warm-season grass. While seeding technically can occur during any time of the year, seeding during the incorrect times may lead to weeds growing in conjunction with your grass.
The perfect time for seeding the yard is if it’s a warm-season grass, which is the span from spring to summer; as it’ll grow best in these seasons and goes dormant within the wintertime. For cool-season grasses, the ideal time to seed is later on in the summer through to the fall; even though it also can be planted within the spring, too.
How to get your lawn ready before seeding
You’ll have to have the soil prepared ahead of time before starting to seed. This might mean checking the present pH level to ensure that it’s properly balanced. You also may have to have any thatch build-up extracted to permit the seeds to grow, and aerate the soil to ensure that it has the ability to access much-needed nutrients.
Additionally, you might have to have your yard treated for weeds ahead of time, just to ensure that they do not sprout up as the grass does.
Mowing before seeding
In general, you never should mow the lawn to cut off more than 1/3 of the grass at a time. Sometimes, any more is called scalping But, the one time you ought to scalp the yard is before you seed, like while overseeding the lawn. That’ll mean maximum exposure to your soil for the seeds, leading to a thicker, lusher lawn. Be certain to initially check with your area Red Carpet Landscaping technician for advice on the best methods for mowing before you seed.
How do our seeding services work?
Red Carpet Landscaping may take you through all of the measures involved in correctly seeding your lawn, whether it is before seeding happens; from soil balancing and preparation, to lawn aeration and weed control services. The actual seeding itself; which may be applied utilizing a fertilizer to make sure of maximum growth, or post-seeding; providing you the directions for how you should maintain results after you seed.
Whether you simply need a couple of patches fixed, a little seeding done, or full renovation for your lawn, Red Carpet Landscaping lawn seeding services may help.
For more details about our lawn seeding services, contact Red Carpet Landscaping at (203) 212-2498 today!