The dreaded dried lawn. This can look like quite an intimidating task, but some gentle care may coax it back to life. First off, make sure you aren’t just coming off winter. If so, the grass most likely isn’t dead as it naturally turns brown in the winter. It will turn green again when summer rolls around.
However, if you grass is fried, you may need to put a little work in. You will most likely want to plant some new grass seed and put down some fertilizer. You may also want to invest in a sprinkler system so the new grass can grow and doesn’t get fried again. As it starts to grow back, try to keep people from walking on it as its roots are small and not as durable.
Now just sit back, relax, and let the grass do its thing.