As a business owner, you are probably aware of how important first impressions are but do you know that you could make a bad impression as soon as someone pulls up to your business? A well-manicured lawn can truly improve the overall appearance of your business, while a scraggly, unkempt lawn could turn a potential customer off. Whether you have an employee caring for the lawn, do it yourself or hire outside help to do it, it is good to be aware of what you can do to have a healthy lawn.
When it comes to the length of the grass, there is a fine line between too tall and too short. If you cut the grass too short, it can kill the lawn, but if you leave it too tall it gives a bad impression. Unfortunately, this means that it will need to be cut more frequently.
Watering your lawn during dry periods is also very important, but this could be a problem when this is prevented due to dry weather. You could have water collect in a rain barrel for use during such times. You should also try to prevent grubs from feeding on your grassroots. There are many different products that you can use to kill grubs, and it will keep your lawn looking good longer.