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Your post-lawn restoration service maintenance checklist
April 8, 2022 at 4:00 AM
A lawn outside of a large house.

Congratulations: your lawn is back! If you’ve just received professional lawn restoration services for your outdoor space, you’re likely already very familiar with how unpleasant it can be to have a decaying, unhealthy-looking lawn on your property. This space is a part of how visitors and other people passing by view your home, and if your lawn clearly isn’t cared for, it detracts from what otherwise may be a good-looking house.

Luckily, you’ve already gotten help to restore your lawn, and your home is sure to be brightened up with a healthy, vibrant green space. But in case you aren’t aware, this restoration service is only the beginning phase of your lawn’s healthy new life. To preserve it, you’re going to have to perform certain tasks to maintain it and consistently monitor your soil health to ensure you’re on the right track.

What exactly is needed from you when it comes to handling post-lawn restoration maintenance? First, you’ll need to regularly obtain certain items necessary for preserving the health of your soil and grass, particularly fertilizer and weed control products. From there, you’ll need to set a regular schedule of maintenance tasks that you can stick to consistently. Finally, as time goes on, you’ll need to occasionally test your soil.

Buy the items you’ll regularly need

There are a number of resources you’ll need to handle your routine lawn care tasks. In terms of appliances, there’s a good chance you already have what you need. A lawn mower, of course, is necessary to control your grass growth and allow it to absorb as much moisture and as many nutrients as possible. You may also find it useful to invest in a sprinkler system to regularly supply your lawn with water.

There’s one type of item you’ll need to buy repeatedly as it’s used up over the course of your routine lawn care duties: fertilizer. The type of fertilizer you get will depend on the particular needs of the dominant grass variety in your lawn, but you may also want to acquire a lawn spreader as an additional tool to help you evenly spread your