Why wait for grass seeds to sprout and take root when you can have a great-looking lawn today?
Residential sod installation makes it possible to boost the curb appeal of your property.
- Fresh sod. Our technicians use only fresh-cut sod, and as a result, you get grass that will take root quickly and thrive.
- Measuring. There is no need to guess how much sod you need. We send an expert to your location who will measure the area that you want to see covered with beautiful grass.
- Site preparation. We ensure that your yard is ready for the sod when it arrives. If you’ve recently built your home and the lawn has not yet been installed, we’ll begin by removing the weed growth that has appeared and collecting any rocks or debris from the soil. We may recommend a layer of topsoil be installed based on the composition of your existing soil or the condition of your grade. Our goal is to create an optimal growth environment for the incoming grass.
- Leveling. Finally, we level the area of the yard where the grass will go. Our installers then unroll the sod and cut it to fit around walkways and angles. We stagger the rolls of sod to create tight seams and to avoid gaps. Then, we water the area to encourage root growth.
Some homeowners are afraid that the freshly installed sod is too challenging to take care of. Don’t be concerned; we will provide you with instructions to care for your new lawn. It is easy and typically involves a watering schedule and the warning to stay off the grass for about a week or so.
Areas We Serve
In 1997, the business began servicing local, residential neighborhoods in Shelby Township, Michigan. Today, United Lawnscape services customers throughout Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties.
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