Buy Your New Grass Sod Today!
Do You Need a New Grass Sod Lawn Yesterday?
The first thing you see when you drive up to your house is your lawn.
Nothing about your house looks good when your lawn grass has bare
patches, is dead or even worse "full of weeds".
If you can't even see the great new door you just
installed because all you see when you drive up is the dead gras sod and your neighbors angry
eyebrows, we have all been there, and S and J Sod
Service understands. You want the problem to go away and go
away NOW! There's nothing worse than having your Home Owners Association on your back,
other than the fines they can give you. If that's the case then it's time to get new grass sod
installed and make the problem go away.
Imagine...you leave for
work in the morning not wanting to look in the rear view mirror and you drive up
that afternoon to a beautiful new lawn with nothing to do but admire that brand new
grass sod as it grows.
Is it really that easy? Check out our Installations
page and see why getting your new lawn grass sod with S and J Sod Service makes it as easy as 1-2-3. We're only
a phone call away.
Are You Having a Do it Yourself "Lawn Party"?
'Do it Yourself' lawn? Planning a "lawn party" with your friends and
neighbors? They think they are just coming over to grill out and
watch the game on your new flat screen don't they?
With the cost of everything rising its a
great way to save some money, just be sure to check out our DIY Sodding page to make sure you do it right the first
time so you dont have to do it again.The instructins are simple and it takes just a few minutes to
familiarize yourself with a few basic tips to have a professional looking lawn.
Just choose the grass
sod you want, Do you need St. Augustine grass sod, Zoysia grass sod, Bermuda
grass sod, Centipede grass sod, Bahaia grass sod? Confused? Check out our Varieties of Sod info pages and
make it easy on yourself.
Then measure out the
area to calculate how much you will need. Call your friends and tempt
them with steak or hambugers, just make sure you tell them about the flat screen and the football
For your do it yourself sod
project, call Randy at Roundtree Sod ( 741-4763 ) and set
up your delivery of fresh sod.
Call Today for a brand new grass sod lawn, you'll breath easier
If your looking for a full service removal and
reinstallation or if your planning a "lawn party" you've found what your looking
for... Call us today to set up your FREE ESTIMATE and be on the way to a better drive home today.
SOD VS SEED...The great debate
If your anything like me youve tried seed and
failed. With Florida's high rainfall rate seeding can be a difficult and dirty process. I cant tell you how
many times I watched my seeds I had put out wash away the first time we got a heavy rain, or how much mud
got tracked into the living room floor by my three sons. It was like Christmas when my husband finally gave
in and brought home the two pallets of sod.
Time is the biggest advantage to the sod vs.
seed battle and cost is the biggest disadvantage. However there are a few more minor things to consider,seed
may be blown about by the wind, eaten by birds, or fail because of drought if they don't get tracked off by
your family pet first. In addition, it takes some weeks to form a visually appealing lawn and further time
before it is robust enough for use.
Erosion after seeding may be a concern in some areas particularly
areas of high rain fall or sloped landscapes near water. Sod reduces erosion by quickly stabalizing the soil
in these types of areas.
Turf (sod) avoids these problems, and with proper care, newly laid sod is usually fully
functional within 30 days of installatin and its root system is comparable to that of a seeding lawn two to
three years older!
However, that being said, consider
that turf requires considerably more water for its establishment, remember when sodding that those roots are
doing in a matter of weeks what seeds take years to do and water accordingly. For more watering tips for
your new lawn check out or Caring For your new Sod
Thanks for Visiting