Regardless, odds are that the snow has, or is soon to be melted away, revealing your lawn underneath. If you are like a lot of people, you’re probably not completely happy about what you’re seeing. Perhaps your lawn looks mostly okay, but there are some bare spots here and there, or areas where the turf is thin thanks to heavy foot traffic.
Don’t worry, you can fix these minor problems and have a healthy lawn before summer. In fact, spring is the perfect time for doing patch work to ensure the new grass is able to grow in completely. Of course, if you don’t, you’re only inviting weeds to take up residence where your grass is thin. It’s always better to prevent the problem than try to fix it after the fact.
In order to maximize your efforts and ensure the best results, follow the below steps to fix bare of thin spots: