GHL | A Complete Guide on Sod Installations in the Southeast
Our proven, twelve-step sod installation process can be separated into (3) stages:
Properly preparing the project site – the most vital stage of any sod installation – includes conducting a soil analysis of the underlying soil, heavily rototilling the ground for oxygenation, sifting out any unwanted rocks, roots, or, debris; and precisely amending the soil according to the results of the soil analysis.
Failure to follow each collegiately-recommended step for installing sod can be devastating to the long-term results of one’s hard work. If the correct products & procedures are not carefully observed, then one will unfortunately be left with rectangular pieces of lifeless grass, a skinnier wallet, and an excess of frustration and agitation.
Keeping the freshly installed sod adequately irrigated for the ensuing month after installation is critical to ensuring that the roots grow to a heathy size and depth. Additionally, we share an After-care Document with you to meticulously explain the necessary steps for both immediate aftercare as well as long-term aftercare. Those Aftercare Documents can be found in PDF format here:
Detailed Twelve-Step Process:
To view our detailed 12-step process, you can read our “A Complete Guide on Sod Installations in the Southeast” article by clicking here.
The three most common species of grass in the Southeast have several sub-species that have been genetically bred for different uses & purposes:
Our company’s prices & rates for sod installations are based on the quantity of pallets of sod being installed and the species of grass that’s being used: