Archive for the ‘Sod Installation’ Category
Laying down grass sod is an excellent way to start a new lawn or revamp an area of turf that has become brown or barren. Sod installation is performed in several steps. In fact, the steps you take to prepare your lawn for sod can be some of the most important. Sod failure can often occur when the soil is not properly prepared before sod is laid down.
To maximize your new sod investment and ensure you’re giving it the best chance of success, it is important that you pay attention to the condition of your existing soil first. In fact, you may want to hold off on the purchase of your new sod until your soil prep work is complete. continue reading
So far, in 2020, life has handed us some extra time at home with our families. Without our normal routines and busy schedules, it is not uncommon for kids to get restless and bored more frequently. Instead of resorting to hours of screen time, here are some creative ways that children of all ages can stay entertained at home, and in your own backyard. continue reading
Newly laid sod can provide a dramatic facelift to your property, especially if your grass was sparse, diseased or otherwise unsightly beforehand. There are various types of sod available for your Georgia home based on the personal look you are going for as well as the particular dynamics of your landscape (sun, shade, sloped, etc). Regardless of which type of sod you choose, it needs to be properly installed if you want to protect your investment. Sod installation can be a cumbersome DIY project, and most homeowners are glad they relied on the expertise of a landscaping professional. At Pannone’s Lawn Pro’s & Landscaping, we understand the importance of not only installing your sod with excellence but also taking the necessary steps to prepare the area of land before the sod is rolled out. Here’s some insight into what the preparation process entails: continue reading
You’ve decided to invest in new turf. Once you’ve chosen the best grass type for your yard, it’ll be time for the sod installation. Whether you do it yourself or hire a professional, once your sod is laid, you’ll need to do all you can to encourage it to take root. The days and weeks immediately following your sod installation are crucial to a healthy and growing lawn in the future – not to mention, optimal sod care in the beginning can protect a notable landscaping investment. continue reading
If you are considering new sod for your landscape in Georgia, now is a good time to start thinking about what type of sod you’d like. While warm season grass can be placed any time of year, most varieties should be laid in the early spring for optimal growth. So now the question becomes – what type of sod is best for your particular needs and goals?
In general, there are four types of sod that are considered best for Georgia: Fescue, Bermuda, Centipede and Zoysia. These all seem to grow well in the Georgia climate, but they each offer unique pros and cons. continue reading