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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: Brick has very sandy soil, drains very well, but dries very quickly.
Suggested watering schedule: The recommended watering schedule for the city of Brick is 15-20 minutes per zone, everyday. Since the soil is very sandy, during extreme heat, lawns may have to be watered twice in one day. The 2nd watering would be 12 hours later.
*If sprinkler heads rotate a full circle, the duration may have to be increased.
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The Town Of Brick, New Jersey
Brick Township is the home to over 75,000 people. Brick Township has remained high on the top safest cities in New Jersey for over 15 years. Brick has access to major highways and public transportation. Brick is proud to be a family focused town.
Brick has plenty of New Jersey summer water fun to offer. There are three Brick beaches with access to the ocean and several other beach areas with access to the bay, lakes, and lagoons. Every summer Winward Beach has a series of free summer concerts, farmers markets, and craft/yard sales to keep the community entertained and involved. Brick is also close to Seaside and Point Pleasant boardwalks.
In October 2012, Brick Township was negatively impacted by Super Storm Hurricane Sandy. Majority of the homes that are located on the water or near by were destroyed. Some are not fully repaired or being lived in still to this day. Many businesses were forced to close permanently due to the extent of the damage and the cost to rebuild. While others faced financial hardships during this time. All the land in the area was flooded with sand, salt water, and even objects. Some were lucky that their homes were not affected, but still suffered the damage to their yards. With soil testing and proper treatment there is hope for the Brick yards to once again have luscious green grass. The township and surrounding communities rallied together to help one another during this time. This experience helped make Brick Township a stronger community in the end.
Over recent years, brick has focused on the growth and rebuild of the town. They have repaired damaged roads, resurfaced many of the shopping centers, and replaced and repaired parks and recreation areas. Brick Township wants to continue improving the town. Currently, the township is looking into adding another sports complex and revamping shopping centers to help local businesses.
Brick is a great township with lots to offer its community. It’s one of our favorite places in Ocean County.