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    Why Custom Lawn Care Programs Offer the Best Value


    Why Custom Lawn Care Programs Offer the Best Value_image1Here at TurfPride Incorporated, we help our customers get the lawn care that they need for a good value. When seeking professional lawn care, there are a lot of reasons to consider custom lawn-care programs. Here are just 5 benefits of choosing a custom program for your lawn.

    All Soil Is Not Created Equal

    From house to house and neighborhood to neighborhood, soil and grass varies. The soil on your property is going to be different from your next door neighbor’s based on how it has historically been taken care of and what you want to do with it. Make sure that you work with someone to set up a custom program to take care of your specific grass needs.

    Differences in Topography

    Like the soil on your property, the topography of your property is going to differ as well. This is going to mean that you will have different drainage properties and needs than anybody else in your neighborhood.

    Local Company Makes a Difference

    Like your soil and the topography of your property, a local company makes a big difference. The benefit of a custom lawn-care company is that you can work with someone who is local to your community and therefore familiar with the particular needs of your lawn.

    Pay for What You Need

    Using a different company, opting for who is cheapest at the time you are looking, or just having a company maintain your lawn the same way they do everyone else’s may not be your best option. With a custom program, you have the benefit of working with someone who is vitally interested in your needs and what you need done is determined only after a professional has looked at the situation and come up with a strategy.

    A Company That Knows Your Lawn

    It might sound silly, but there is a significant advantage to working with a company that has a custom program outlined for your lawn: specifically that the company knows your lawn and can more easily identify issues it might be more prone to.