Orlando, FL, June 11, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Pro-Staff Pest Control hears customers are sick of having their brilliant green lawns ruined with random yellow, brown or even dead patches. Pro-Staff explains the reasons why this is happening, and the ways homeowners can prevent grass from being affected from Florida’s dry weather.
The Florida Sun: Many lawns are exposed to the elements in Florida, and the more sun lawns receive, the dryer they can get. This is a simple fix. Extra water on those areas will reinforce your lawn’s growth and prevent the lawn from drying out.
Low Flow: Some customers may have problems with the flow leading to their sprinklers. Believe it or not, an inspection below the grass can solve this problem. Just check for any roots, water purification systems, or posts that may be restricting water from active sprinklers. If this goes unchecked, dry spots will occur due to the inconsistency in water the lawn is receiving.
Thirsty Roots: The amount of water a lawn retains is critical because just three days after a lawn is watered, it drains beneath the roots. Pro-Staff Pest Control understands keeping a lawn in Florida from always being thirsty isn’t easy with watering regulations. But watering a lawn twice on designated watering days helps to avoid this problem altogether.
“A dry lawn will be a dead lawn, but it can also be a saved lawn,” says Pro-Staff CEO, Bob Welch. “Just stick to these tips and a Florida lawn can be back to green in no time.” Pro-Staff Pest Control understands the importance of having a strong, healthy lawn and wants their customers to know they are there for all their needs.
About Pro-Staff Pest and Termite Control - Pro-Staff Pest and Termite Control has served Orlando, Seminole and Volusia counties for more than two decades. Their services include expert termite, pest, and wildlife control as well as lawn care services. To learn more details about their services, browse their website or call Pro-Staff Pest Control today at 407-292-PEST