Sodding is a process involving removing existing grass, weeds, preparing the soil by losing it, adding nutrition if need it, grading it, and finally installing sod rolls or seeds to transform property landscaping. Sod rolls are typically already grown grass that is carefully removed and rolled in small rolls, which are then delivered to the customer for future installation. Sod rolls are subjected to tremendous stress after being removed from the farm and require watering for the first 4 weeks twice a day, in the morning and evening after laying.
Softscape refers to a living element such as plants, flowers, trees, grass, and other vegetables. Softscape usually used with other landscape designs such as hardscape using rocks, mulch, triple-mix, borders, and pathways.
A flowerbed is also known as a garden bed, seedbed, or raised bed. A plot of land used for the cultivation of flowers, vegetables, herbs, or fruit. Usually installed with plastic, wood, or stone borders/walls.
Mulch is small- to medium-sized pieces of wood formed by cutting or chipping larger pieces of wood. A material spread over the ground to protect the roots of plants from heat or cold, to keep soil moist, to control weed or simply for the look. Usually comes in 3 different colors black, red and brown.
River rock refers to a diverse group of rocks. Come in a range from 3/8-5 inches, with different colors, and textures. Used around flower beds, vegetable gardens, trees, paths, and buildings. River rocks also can be great to redirect water from one spot to another. Another main use is for building dry river beds and dry well.
White rock is a popular choice for different types of garden designs. White rock can be used as the primary ground covering or as an accent to preexisting mulches, rocks, or grasses. It allows you the freedom to completely customize the look of an existing garden or create an altogether new space.
French and Yard Drain
Standing water most of the time is a huge problem for property owners, it stops you from enjoying your front or back yard, it gives you limited space on your property, it smells, it spreads weeds, and it attracts insects like mosquitoes. Whether it's because of heavy rains, incorrect installation of roof downspouts, or because, your neighbors have decided to interlock their backyard, and now all the water is on your property, we have a solution that will suit your needs. Give us a call and one of our experts will be there to help.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR NEW SOD
Do not walk on freshly installed grass for 2 weeks. Roots form and begin to grow within 2 weeks, it is very important not to damage the root system.
Water it twice a day, morning and evening for 20 minutes.
Do not mow lawn shorter than 3 inches, the sun's rays can damage the roots and your lawn will become yellow.
Do not overgrow your lawn. Mow it regularly.
Clean lawn from leaves, weeds and debris more often.
Fertilize your lawn in fall or spring, once a year.