Category Archives: Sod Replacement
Check out this new yard we just installed in Riverview!
If you are looking to sell your home or just want to make your yard look awesome installing new sod is great way to immediately increase the curb appeal of your home! There are many types of sod and thats where consulting with a professional like LawnGuru can make all the difference. Many subdivisions require you to use a St Augustine grass, but what the HOA won’t tell […]
Another beautiful landscape installed for a lawn care customer in Valrico. The grass is called “Bitterblue” St Augustine. It is so lush and green!
Performed a sod replacement for a customer in Bloomingdale last week. Zoysia is becoming a very popular grass in the Tampa Bay area. I will be following the progress of this lawn.
This is a yard we have been maintaining for years. Last year we put in a beautiful landscape. This yard is beautiful and Lawn Guru has been recognized again for the Great service and landscape we provided!
I’m sure everyone has noticed a dramatic increase in their lawns beauty with all of this rain. I wanted to take a few minutes to remind you a few different things to take into account with all of this rain.
Think of the environment!
With all of this rain you really do not need to be running your sprinkler system. If your rain sensor is not functional I would encourage you to either replace the sensor or hire someone to replace. […]
Spring is here and summer is just around the corner. It is imperative that you strengthen your lawn for the brutal heat we will likely experience this summer! There are several ways to go about doing this, and all of them are things you as a homeowner can accomplish or if you don’t have the time or desire you can contact us and we will take care of it for you. There are three simple steps you […]
Spring brings about vigorous growth of all plants, grasses and trees. We have already finished trimming back the dead leaves on shrubs, from the two minor freezes we had this year. This week we have also finished trimming the crepe myrtles back. Before spring it is suggested by the lawn professionals to trim back crepe myrtles to a desired height. This will control the height that the trees grow to and will prevent them from growing to unmanageable heights. The […]