Improving a Lawn for Maximum Curb Appeal
First impressions go a long way especially when you’re selling your home. One way you can greatly increase the curb appeal of your home is to have a stunning lawn. Regardless of whether your lawn looks terrible or only needs a little sprucing up, Zamzows can help!
The first step to lawn recovery and pushing it towards some top-notch curb appeal is identifying any obvious or potential issues. When assessing a lawn, start with a water audit. A water audit will help you identify potential sprinkler issues that aren’t seen easily with a quick glance. In just 15 minutes, a Zamzows Water Audit Kit can identify which sprinklers aren’t doing their job.
Lawns can also be attacked by bugs, and disease. These can be more difficult to identify and often need a trained eye. If you bring in a lawn sample to Zamzows, we can help you identify what is attacking your lawn. The sample needs to measure one foot by one foot by 3-inch-deep and it needs to be taken from a place where the good and bad grass come together. Proper identification from the start will save you time and money while preventing wasteful treatments. To watch a video on how to take a proper lawn sample, please see the QR code below.
Maximizing Curb Appeal
Once any potential or active issues are identified, your next steps will be focused on recovery and a push to maximize your home’s curb appeal. Applying Zamzows Thrive to your lawn will help any trouble spots recover quickly. Even if your lawn is in good shape, applying Zamzows Thrive to your lawn will give it everything it needs to withstand the heat and bring out a beautiful green color you won’t believe.
Applying Zamzows Thrive to your lawn is easy with a siphon that attaches to your hose. Look for the QR code below to see video instructions for application. You’ll apply two gallons of Zamzows Thrive per 1,000 square feet of lawn. Using the siphon makes application fast and easy. In about seven days, your grass will look amazing, with lush green growth, that feels great to walk on and looks great in a realtor’s listing page and from the curb!