Homeowners should be aware of what their home needs and how often it needs it. No two houses are alike. What works for one home might not work for another, even right next door.
We caution owners that certain sides of the house may need more or different care than the other side. The south and west sides of the houses are the ones that catch all the heat and dryness of the summer sun. They may need more water than the other sides. Look at your house every week and learn what to do and when.
Failure to keep the clay at the proper moisture content (but not too wet) can be costly to the consumer. The problem can be easily solved by adding water to the yard, and therefor clay base. Water until the dirt just underneath the surface feels damp but not too wet or muddy. That's all it takes for the clay to expand. You don't want the water to puddle.