Whether you would like to use seed or sod for your lawn installation, we can help with the project from initial planning to the first lawn cutting. Success or failure of a lawn is closely tied into how well the soil and site was prepared prior to lawn establishment.
Grading and Site Preparation
- When preparing the soil, it’s important to establish a favorable final grade. Rough grading should include removal of any rock or other debris.
- Loam is the preferred “soil” for growing most grasses.
- Sod can provide a lawn in a shorter time than seed.
- A process by which seed, water, fertilizer, fiber mulch, and sometimes lime are blended together in a tank and applied onto a prepared lawn area through a spraying hose.