If you live in Minnesota, like many homeowners you have probably struggled with a lawn that simply won’t cooperate. Despite your best efforts, you still end up with a lawn that is brown, patchy or just won’t grow.
So what can you do about it? Many homeowners first try their hand at seeding and fertilizing. But unless you’re a professional, you may have mixed results.
To really start a new lawn, you may want to consider using sod.
Seeding may be less expensive and gives you a wider choice of grass types; however, there are three reasons why we think using sod is better than seeding in Minnesota:
- Sod is quicker
- It produces a high-quality lawn
- It is easier to install
By laying sod, we can give your home a brand new lawn in just a few hours. Lee uses his extensive landscaping experience to pick grass that works best in your particular area.
View Our PortfolioFor experienced Landscapers like Lee and his team, laying sod is quick and easy:
- We’ll remove your old lawn using the best method for your situation
- We test your soil’s PH for grass compatibility
- We break up any compacted soil to prepare it for the sod
- We condition the soil, level the soil and lay the sod.
Once the sod is down successfully, we roll the sod to remove any pockets of air, promoting good root/soil contact and water. Lee teaches each customer on how to care for their brand new lawn!