In the first instance, you can decide to do the lawn care yourself. This is a very viable possibility where it is a domestic lawn we are looking at, as most domestic lawns tend to be of a relatively modest size. You need three things, when you decide to go this lawn care route. You need the lawn care equipment and materials. Then you need the lawn care know-how (because, contrary to what many of us imagine, effective lawn care requires a considerable amount of technical know-how). Finally, you will need the time and energy to undertake the lawn care.
Some of the equipment required can be hired, whilst buying the rest. Most of the materials needed (the likes of grass seeds, fertilizers, insecticides and so on) are things you will just have to buy, as they are ‘consumables’ that can’t be hired. It is typically your leisure time that you will need to put. The knowledge required for the project can be acquired through a visit to the library, purchasing a book or online research (as the internet has tons of relevant lawn care information).
In the second instance, you can decide to (directly) employ someone to do the care of lawn for you. This is a viable option whether it is a modest domestic lawn we are looking at. Or whether it is a huge organizational lawn we are looking at. In the case of bigger organizational lawns, you may find that a single person is unable to manage the lawn effectively. Necessitating the employment of several people for the task, and effectively creating a ‘care of lawn department’. There are organizations that decide to task care of lawn to the housekeeping department. So that the people in those departments care for the lawns as part of their brief.