Maybe you recently moved into a new place, and even though you’ve been babying the lawn, it’s not responding. You may even have hired a professional service like Cunningham Lawn Care to take care of the grass. If the lawn isn’t responding the way you want it to, it may be time to consider new turf. In our next two blogs, we are going to share four clear signs that it’s time to say goodbye to the old lawn.


There is a wide variety of diseases that can take a lawn down – from bugs to worms to fungus. Most lawn diseases can be prevented or cured, but if any of them are already deeply entrenched in your lawn, it will make financial sense to replace it all rather than pay a conga line of lawn treatment companies.


If your grass seems clogged up, you don’t necessarily need to replace it. Consider aeration first. Aeration puts holes in your lawn, allowing the soil to loosen up, the water to drain, and grass roots to deepen. If aeration doesn’t give you the result you need, have a conversation with a professional about replacing the sod.

At Cunningham Lawn Care, we have seen it all. We know when a lawn is beyond hope and when it’s an easy fix. We are proud to do our part to keep Conway and the surrounding areas looking beautiful. Because we always put our customers first, we have earned a reputation as a premier landscaper and lawn service in Arkansas. Contact us today to learn more!

Read Part 2