Several parts of the United States experienced some fairly severe heat waves this summer. While the conditions thankfully didn’t match those of 2012, which was drought filled, many lawns likely burned out or were damaged by natural occurrences such as hot weather, lawn diseases, or insects.
As fall approaches, it brings along with it a perfect opportunity for those who’ve experienced damaged lawns to repair those areas and prepare their grass for a green-filled spring season. Favorable fall weather conditions paired with a lack of weed presence offer the ideal time to perform a lawn renovation. Let’s walk though a few tips that we believe are critical to bringing your lawn back to life.