I have a prospective customer who's lawn was ruined by a neighborhood kid who scalped his new sod. Now, he wants to seed Bermuda grass. I'm in St. Louis MO, and we are approaching the end of the heatwave. I do not do major renovations, and told the customer that his best bet was to have the lawn re-sodded, but he doesn't want the expense. Am I going to have any chance of getting satisfactory results for him by aerating and over-seeding with Bermuda seed? What kind of Bermuda seed should I use? Do I still have enough time this season to do it? I usually work with Fescue and KY Bluegrass seed and this is the first time I've been asked to reseed Bermuda. Top that off with the fact that he has mostly nothing but a thick layer of dead thatch on the ground now and I'm not sure what to do. I guarantee all of my work, so I don't want to bite off a project that I can't stand behind. Help please.