Homeowners order from us all the time! We are happy to help you schedule a pick up for your order.

It depends on the hours of sun your yard receives, and the amount of work you’d like to do to maintain the grass.

If you have full sun in your yard, any of our grasses will do well, but especially the Bermuda (Tifway 419) will be successful in 8-12 hours of sun. It is very hardy, tolerates foot traffic well, and is grows quickly. It establishes itself further by growing “runners” laterally across the ground. Those runners in turn establish roots and then propagate more Bermuda.

If you have a shady area that receives anywhere from 3-6 hours of sun, we recommend one of our Zoysia grasses. Geo Zoysia is a fine-blade that can tolerate 3-4 hours of sun (but also thrives in full sun, too). Empire Zoysia is a strong, hardy wide-blade that can tolerate 5-6 hours of sun per day (also thrives in full sun). Each of these are slow growing, but still need to be mowed quite low (½ inch to 1 ½ inches) in order to maintain a healthy lawn.

Sod can be installed practically anywhere, even where seeding is impossible or too costly. Sod is often used to stop soil erosion and water pollution on slopes where rain would wash away both seed and soil.

Sod is available in a variety of grass blends to suit various needs such as climate, amount of usage, sun and shade conditions.

Absolutely! Sod establishes itself quickly. In a couple of weeks, it’s ready for full use. It creates the perfect surface for lawn games and family outdoor living. With today’s various blends of hardy grasses, sod is chosen for parks, golf courses, athletic fields, as well as residential homes and business parks.

Sod has revolutionized the lawn business! Now you can install a sod lawn anytime during the year when the ground can be tilled. There is no need to wait for the “right” season to put in your lawn.

With today’s ecological concerns, many more people are considering sod for its environmental benefits.

Sod cools and cleans the atmosphere by reflecting the sun’s heat and absorbing noises, carbon dioxide and other harmful pollutants. It releases valuable oxygen and moisture into the air we breath. As it grows, sod silently contributes to a healthier environment.

Sod lawns meet the needs of today’s fast-paced, demanding lifestyle.

Prepare the soil as if you were seeding; measure the area to be sodded to calculate the quantity you’ll need to order; lay the first piece along a straight line such as a driveway or sidewalk; install all additional pieces so the seams create a brick-like pattern; apply at least one inch of water on the new sod, beginning within 30 minutes of laying down the first piece; keep the base soil moist with daily (or more frequent) watering for the next two weeks.

Quality grass simply needs water, air, sunlight and nutrients. In most areas, grass needs approximately one-inch of water a week. Infrequent and deep watering encourages deep roots and a healthy lawn.

Turfgrass sod can provide an instant patch by cutting out the old grass and trimming in a sod patch. It’s easy, simple and immediate.

Seeding can be used when the area is small by raking out the old grass, loosening the soil and sprinkling seed. Keep the seed very moist with waterings two or three times a day until it matures.

90% of the weight of grass is in its roots A single grass plant has 387 miles of root There are 329,000 miles of root per square foot 3 billion miles of roots in a 10,000 square foot lawn

Turfgrass sod is a superior form of erosion control, with tests documenting: A dense lawn is 6 times more effective than a wheat field and 4 times better than a hayfield at absorbing rainfall.

Sediment losses from sodded areas will be 8 to 15 times less than for tested man-made erosion control materials and 10 times less than for a straw covered area.

Runoff from a sodded area will take 28 to 46 times longer than for five popular erosion control materials.

* A 50 by 50 foot lawn (2,500 square feet) releases enough oxygen for a family of four, while absorbing carbon dioxide, hydrogen fluoride and perosyacetyle nitrate.