As summer approaches, it’s easy to get distracted by thoughts of cookouts and beach trips, but as the temperature rises so does the risk to your lawn. During times when water can be sparse in Texas, it can be difficult to find ways to keep your lawn green and healthy.
In the face of these challenges, there are ways to make sure the grass is always greener on your side of the fence. Through the installation of low-maintenance lawns, home and business owners can have green landscapes that control the cost of maintenance and conserve water during difficult periods.
Avoid waiting until the heat skyrockets and your lawn is at risk. Request your FREE quote to get started!
What’s a Low-Maintenance Lawn?
There are a multitude of grass types with the ability to withstand drought and thrive with little maintenance. Grass like Eco Lawn, Pearl’s Premium, Fleur de Lawn and Bluestem Enviro-turf are all designed to stay green under tough conditions. Whether through deeper roots or low growing clover, they are designed to take a beating.
How Much Water Do You Really Need?
On average, a lawn needs about one to two inches of water a week to thrive. With low-maintenance lawns, those requirements are drastically cut. Once fully grown, a low-maintenance lawn can sustain itself with water once a month, and since many varieties grow slowly, they will only need a trim once a month as well.
How Much Are You Spending?
According to homeadvisor.com, the average homeowner in the Rio Grande Valley spends between $113-$173 to maintain their lawn. From cutting to watering, the costs can add up, especially on larger plots of land. The installation of a low-maintenance lawn can help curb costs while still achieving a beautiful looking landscape.
Landscape Your Property with Total Lawn Care
TLC Total Lawn Care LLC is here to meet all of your landscaping needs. We specialize in installation and maintenance. After your new low-stress lawn is installed, we’ll be here to take care of the little work it needs.
Call us as 800.796.8087 for more information on our services. We serve the Rio Grande Valley, Laredo, San Antonio and Austin and are prepared to help you get ready for the hot summer months.