Do you envy other people’s lawns and gardens? Maybe you moved into a house that has a weedy yard. Maybe you’ve tried for years to make your yard functional. It might be a mystery to you how your neighbors maintain lush gardens each year. What can I do to achieve the same look as my neighbors?
Both locals and tourists to Florida and Alabama have appreciated our efficient and quick treatment of yards.
We are happy to help you select the best sod for your garden. We can install it in a few spots, or all over your lawn. Our years of experience mean that we can guarantee it is correctly installed the first time.
Below, we will explain why sod is such an appealing option and the perks it offers.
SOD is composed of mature grass and soil. These are held together by the roots of the grass and/or some netting. Farmers roll the mature sod up for transport once it is dry enough. This is how you get the unique look and feel of rolled soil.
Grass seed’s greatest benefit is its ability produce immediate results. While grass seed is less expensive than sod, it takes months for the results to become visible. Sod will look lush and clean the first day.
Landscapers can also install sod anytime during the grass’s growing season. This flexibility can be incorporated into your service plan.
We recommend that we schedule our visit at the peak growth time for the grass that you have ordered.
Now we come to the third, which is options. There are many types of grass available so that you can choose the one that best suits your needs. When planning and scheduling your project, our landscapers will help you choose the right grass for your space.
Another advantage of sod over grass seed is its ease of care. It is important to fertilize and plant grass seed at appropriate times. You must also replenish it each year. But, sod can be rolled and carefully placed.
Our certified landscapers will install your sod. Incorrectly installing sod can result in it not rooting properly and visible seams. This could result in a disappointing yard. This can be avoided by hiring professionals to complete the task.
Once it has been installed, it will take approximately two to three weeks for the sod to root in its soil. It is crucial to keep the sod in place during this period. After the initial growth period, your sod lawn should be able handle daily traffic from all members of your family.
Sod is more than a lawn. Its benefits last a lifetime, creating an outdoor space that is safe while active.
Sod protects soil against erosion. It acts as a blanket when it is laid. Its roots eventually become part of the soil and hold it in place. Sod creates a denser and lusher yard than grass seed.
Certified sod is also free of weeds. By filling in the spaces with finely-grown grass, certified sod can outcompete weed seeds to prevent them from growing. There’s no need to be concerned about your yard becoming overrun by crabgrass