Your turfgrass lawn will always be susceptible to damage, no matter how healthy and well maintained it is.
Understanding the best methods to patch and repair the damage will help you quickly get your yard back into shape so you and your family can continue to use and enjoy it.
Whether your lawn is damaged by pets, people, heavy equipment, or something else, there’s always a way to fix the damage, and there are usually steps you can take to strengthen your lawn’s health and create a more resilient lawn while working on your repairs.
On this page you’ll find my articles about fixing a damaged lawn, with information about the tools you’ll need, and recommendations about when to repair your lawn for the best results.
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