Do you have brown patches in your lawn? Perhaps it’s a result of our recent dry spell or maybe drainage on one part of your property lets water run off faster than others. Whatever the cause, if your turf is dry and the grass isn’t thriving, you may need to water the lawn.
Some folks wonder whether our landscaping provider should handle these brown patches. Sadly, no. Bare patches of grass and dying grass are the responsibility of homeowners. You may need to water or re-seed to keep your lawn green. In fact, the Weybridge Warranty Deed requires residents to provide water to their lawns as needed (see section 4-B).
Any questions about how to care for your lawn? Feel free to contact our landscaping expert, Brent Kleihauer at email@example.com.