Rolling Your Lawn – Pros And Cons Of Rolling Lawn

Pros:

1) You can roll out your grass with ease.

If you are not sure how to do it, then you can always ask someone else. There will be no problem in getting the job done right away.

(You might need some extra time to learn.)

2) You don’t have to worry about damaging your house during the process of rolling out your lawn.

3) You don’t have to spend too much money on lawn care.

If you want to keep your yard looking neat and tidy, then you can just leave the grass alone and let it grow naturally.

4) You can enjoy watching your grass grow and even see new growth in some places.

5) You won’t have any problems with weeds growing in the area where you rolled out your lawn.

6) You can easily maintain your lawn with regular maintenance.

7) You don’t have to pay for a professional to perform the task.

All you need is some basic tools like mowers, weed whackers, etc… and you can do it yourself.

8) When you are finished rolling out your lawn, you will be able to enjoy the freshness of the air and look at your freshly rolled out lawn.

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9) You can start enjoying the outdoors immediately after rolling out your lawn.

You don’t have to wait for days or even weeks, like you do with sodding.

Cons:

1) It is a time-consuming process.

This means that it is something that you cannot do in one afternoon. You may need several days to finish the entire lawn.

2) The process has to be repeated regularly or when ever the lawn starts to grow.

Sources & references used in this article:

Modular roll-out portable floor and walkway by RJ Rosan, AJ Rosan – US Patent 5,833,386, 1998 – Google Patents

Sod roll-out machine with endless tracks by EE Woerner – US Patent 5,307,880, 1994 – Google Patents

Wheelchair access pathway for sand, beaches, lawns, grass and fields by EM Baranowski – US Patent 5,820,294, 1998 – Google Patents

Rolled lawn as tool for industrial barren remediation by TT Gorbacheva, LA Ivanova, R Kikuchi, R Gerardo – EGUGA, 2009 – ui.adsabs.harvard.edu

The American Lawn by G Teyssot – 1999 – books.google.com

Lawns, golf courses, polo fields, and how to treat them by L Barron – 1914 – Doubleday, Page & Company

Lawn Care Without Pesticides: How to keep your grass healthy so that you can reduce or eliminate the need for lawn chemicals. by FH Bormann, D Balmori, GT Geballe, GT Geballe – 2001 – Yale University Press

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