SOD AND SEED
SOD LAWN INSTALLATION
Laying out sod is not easy. While laying sod can be a do it yourself project, unless you really know what you are doing, getting it done professionally will leave you with much better and longer lasting results. At Primo Landscape Design, we will take care of putting down your sod lawn for you. We have years of experience in even the most complex of landscape jobs, so sod lawn installation is like second nature to us. If you are in need of a quality sod lawn, you have come to the right place. We offer the best sod installation service in Rockland County NY and Bergen County NJ.
WHAT IS A SOD LAWN?
Sod is a type of grass connected with part of its soil by the roots, and is sold in squares. It is usually used for lawns, golf courses, etc. It is also used by homeowners on their properties to avoid soil erosion and have beautiful lawns in a short time. Sod lawns are currently the most popular type of grass on the market. For anyone looking for a picture perfect lawn as soon as it has been laid, look no further than sod lawns from Primo Landscape.
Seeding is a service that is also difficult for many landscapers because its too time consuming for them to do. Once again, we are proud of the lawn seeding work that we do, and we actually enjoy watching the grass grow. We will evaluate any area that needs to be seeded or sodded and find the most cost effective yet affective way of seeding or sodding in order to ensure that our customers are not paying for unnecessary materials such as extra sod or extra seed.
Do I Need Lawn Sodding, or Do I Need Lawn Seeding?
Not all seed or sod belongs on every lawn. There are many different blends of grass available in the area, but the wrong blend applied to a somewhat established lawn could create many headaches for the homeowner in the future. We make sure that we apply seed and sod that will blend with your existing grass so shortly after, you won’t even be able to tell where the old grass was and the new grass begins.
What Happens After My Lawn Is Sodded or Seeded?
Sodding and seeding both require some special care afterwards or it could be damaging to your lawn or not even work in the first place! We take the guess work out this process and leave you with detailed instructions on how to maintain your lawn to help reduce root rot, disease damage, an unestablished roots system, or any other potential issues that may arise. If you are a maintenance customer, we are also there regularly to ensure that everything is going smoothly.