Make Your Lawn Ready for Bare Feet
Lawns filled with dead spots, weedy, or dead grass are an unappealing eye sore. No one wants to look out their window only to see how much is wrong with it. Unfortunately, regular watering and mowing is not enough to bring back a deteriorated lawn. If this sounds like you, it’s time to start fresh with a new lawn installation.
Seed vs. Sod Lawns
We can create a brand new lawn for you using sod or seeding. Both applications offer different advantages and disadvantages depending on your needs, budgets, and goals. We can help guide you through the decision making process to get the best fit for your situation.
Seed Lawn Installation.
Sod Lawn Installation.
Both sod and seed require regular watering, two times per week for the first month and then once a week for the second month. We offer watering as a service.
Frequently Asked Questions
Sod can be used immediately and is fully grown by 2-3 months after installation. With seeding you will begin seeing green in 2-3 weeks, but it takes a full season (1 year) to really look like a nice, green lawn.
Sod lawns will be pretty weed free. Seeded lawns are mostly weed free but some weeds may grow through. It is recommended to wait at least a season before applying weed killer to a seeded lawn.
Both sod and seed will need regular soaking watering two times a week for the first month and then once a week for the second month. We also offer watering as a service.
Typical wait time for lawn installation service is 3-5 weeks; and work is typically completed in a day.
We use the preexisting topsoil and will bring in more if needed.
Let’s Get Started
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