Frequently Asked Questions
Products that are returned in new and unused condition will be refunded with original receipt using the same form of payment.
Sod that has left our yard or been dropped delivered can not be returned.
Sod that has been paid for but not picked up can be returned.
We do not accept COD deliveries. All payments must be processed by 2:00 pm the day prior to delivery.
Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover. We also accept cash and checks.
Seed needs to be buried ¼” in the ground to germinate. Soften up the soil by tilling or raking. Seed and rake into the soil. If you are over seeding, core aerate heavy, seed and drag the plugs around with a mat or use a rake to cover the seed in the holes.
Spring and early Fall.
Spring, Summer and Fall. Fertilize also if your lawn is yellow, not growing, or weak looking and thin.
Bluegrass handles the most wear and recovers the quickest from heavy use.
Till in 3 - 5 yards of compost per 1,000 sq.ft.
Till in 3 to 5 yards compost per 1,000 sq.ft. Firm up the soil by raking and walking on it. Water in sprinkler trenches to settle. Rake the soil smooth and fill in low spots. The sod will follow the soil so prepare the grade how you want the yard to be.
2 - 4 weeks your yard will be ready for use.
Spring and Fall, but sod can be planted any time as long as the ground is not frozen.
About 2,000 lbs
No, you may make as many trips as needed. Keep your receipt.
$184.80 plus tax
Bluegrass: $0.49 per sq.ft. or less.
Please see our Price Calculator for RTF®, Texas Hybrid and Buffalograss pricing. We have several price breaks. The price drops as the quantity goes up.
About 25 lbs. to 35 lbs.
A piece of sod (21" x 41" - 6 sq feet) stack flat on a pallet.