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Sod Installation

Installation Process

How it Works? 

1- You fill out the free request form on our website or just give us a call to set up your FREE ESTIMATE.

2- We come out to your property and measure your lawn for sod and any other service you may need like: Sprinkler Installation/Repair, Tree Services, Fence Install, Stonework, Flower beds and more.

3- We email you a quote within 24 hours.

4- Once you approve our estimate, you can call or stop by the office to pay your deposit. 

5- Once your deposit is received, your sod installation is scheduled. 

6- You will have a new lawn, professionally installed. Follow our sod care tips to insure a healthy lawn.


Our Professional Sod Installation Process: 

Better than the rest! 

Our sod installation is the best. We do several things other companies do not. We actually come to your property and measure for an accurate estimate for sod. We can test your sprinkler system and repair any issues you may have, should you want us to- we are licensed irrigators. We also use a rototiller to till up the soil and old grass, if needed. This adds oxygen to the soil for the new sod roots to establish themselves. The edges where the sod meets your sidewalk, street or other hardscape is tapered off so your mower does not shave away the grass. We install fresh sod, leave you with care instructions, and are always available if you have any questions.


Sod Lines & Browning Spots

There will be "Sod Lines" that look like the lines on a brick wall. Eventually these lines disappear with time. Lines in sod does not mean it is a bad install. All new sod installations will have lines where the sod squares or rolls meet. It takes 1 year for a newly planted lawn to establish a solid root system. There will sometimes be browning areas when new sod is planted. Customer must check to be sure these areas are being watered. Customer must water heavily for at least 2 weeks for new sod. The brown spots will eventually go away with time and green up. This is a natural occurrence.


Don't expect a Putting Green:

Most lawns, 99% of them have a natural grade to them. That is, they are not flat football fields nor are they golf courses. Some people do want their lawn level, some lawns are worse off than others. In some cases an excavator is brought in. In most cases, a customer would need some enriched topsoil that provides some leveling and great nutrients. Our average sod installation, when completed will have a natural look that follows the grade of the lawn. The seams will show for a while until the lawn is established. Customers that want or need extreme leveling/ grading should expect to pay more in labor costs. 

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