Dirt & Turf, quality lawn care services for Westfield, NJ since 2009.
Mowing & water will have just as much of an impact as the lawn care program itself.
Please mow at a minimum height of 3 inches. That does not refer to the setting on the lawn mower, instead the height of the grass blades after it is mowed. 3.5 inches is great and 4 inches is even better.
Soil type: Clay soil.
Suggested watering schedule: In Westfield, NJ the recommended watering schedule for is 30-40 minutes every other day. If the yard is sloped, cut the time in half and water everyday.
*If sprinkler heads rotate a full circle, the duration may have to be increased.
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Westfield is located in Union County, New Jersey. It is ranked as one of the top 20 highest income towns in New Jersey. Westfield is also one of the top 30 safest places to live. The towns population continues to grow and is currently over 30,000 people. With everything offered in Westfield, the town will continue to grow and prosper.
Located just beyond the Westfield train station is where the town becomes alive. Downtown Westfield has plenty to entertain the needs of everyone. There are over 200 retails shops, 40 dining establishments, and 400 commercial enterprises. There is a memorial center for several past wars, including the September 11 th attack. During the summer, every Tuesday Downtown host fun events. There are several festivals through out the year in Westfield.
Home values in Westfield have increased 0.4% over the past year. The current median home value is over $740,000. Lawn care increases curb appeal of a home. Therefore, leads to increased home value. Providing proper yearly fertilizer is an easy way to fix a troubled yard or maintain a healthy lawn. A soil analysis will show any PH or nutritional issues that should be corrected to allow full effectiveness of the fertilizer. A proper treatment plan will prevent the usual issues from ever arising throughout the grass growing season and prep the lawn for winter. To help the fertilizer along, the grass must be properly watered and cut. Watering the lawn not only activates the fertilizer, but it also prevents the lawn from burning during the hot months. The spray patterns should overlap one another and spray beyond the edge to ensure all the lawn gets enough water. The grass should be cut between 3.5 inches and 4 inches. This height allows the grass to have strong roots to absorb the water and the nutrients from fertilizer.