Your landscape is more than just trees and shrubs, it is a living work of art that compliments your home and dramatically raises the value of your property. Your lawn is the canvas on which that work of art is created, the very base of your entire landscape design.
If you need your home or business re- sodded let us know. We will be happy to come out to your home or business and measure out the property. Upon contracting the job we provide a full irrigation analysis to ensure proper coverage upon completion of the job.
If there are broken pipes or lack of coverage we are more than happy to get you a QUOTE together to get the irrigation up and running at the same time your lawn is being installed.
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Here is more information about sod installation & removal
Sod removal is important if you want to repair your grass, plant and lay a new garden or flower bed, or carry out a new landscaping. If you want to get the best results from your gardening and landscaping efforts, doing this right is the best thing you can do for yourself. To remove the sod, here are a few tips you should follow.
1. Dig the Sod Out
This is the first thing to do before even laying your garden or carrying out a new landscaping design. While digging the sod, it is imperative that you be careful with the other grasses and pulling out the top soil. Watering the area a few days before digging tends to soften the soil, thus making it easy to dig the sod. Using a sod cutter will often do the trick. If this isn't available, a sharp spade will do the same job. It is important for you to know that sod digging is not an easy process and often requires time and effort. But when done well, can largely improve the quality of your garden, landscaping designs and lawns.
2. Get Rid of Weeds
Some people make the mistake of removing sod without getting rid of weeds. To get the best results, it is safe to remove all the weeds by spraying with herbicides or weeding them out manually. Not getting rid of the weed earlier and digging it out with the sod leaves weed seeds which will grow into weeds later, thus tainting your landscaping and lawn.
3. Replace topsoil and Organic nutrients
Most times, the top soil is lost during sod removal. Be sure to replace the topsoil, and fertilize the soil with organic compost. This will help prevent erosion and keep the soil fertile.