With a tape, measure the area of your planned lawn. Include these measurements on a sketch of the lawn area, with the length, width, and any unusual features. Your local TPI member will be happy to assist you in determining the amount of turf grass sod you will need from your sketch. Schedule your order […]
Sod Installation Guide for Colorado Measuring for Sod, Soil Preparation, Installation, and Watering Proper sod installation and maintenance allows you to enjoy a lawn of instant beauty and maturity without the usual time-consuming hassles of seeding. When purchasing turfgrass sod, consult a member of the Korby Sod LLC Installation team to be assured that you
Installation Prepare the site properly. This will insure the best results when the sod is laid. Remove weeds and debris, rough grade low spots, rototill a minimum of 3 cubic yards of organics per 1,000 square feet at least 4 inches deep. Level and rake the installation site until it is smooth. Grade sidewalk and
Immediately Following Sodding New Sod should be watered 3 times daily for the first two weeks. The sod should be kept damp. All traffic across new sod should be kept to a minimum, as it separates seams and disturbs the underlaying grade. KorbySod LLC will help start your irrigation system after the sod is installed.
When looking to hire a professional sod installation group the average cost to sod a yard can range greatly based on the landscaping company, sod choice, and whether buying sod direct. You can buy direct from our sod farm based in Wellington Colorado. We deliver throughout Colorado and Wyoming including Greeley, Aurora, Denver, Ft. Collins,
You have found a dream house that checks all the boxes except one which is the yard. Thinking about putting in a new patio, trees, sod, maybe a fire pit and a walkway through some gardens but how and where to start, how much will it cost, and other questions might come to mind. Here
The Colorado Department of Agriculture is warning consumers to be wary of trees, shrubs and perennials and turf grass sod that is listed free with the cost of planting and landscaping costs or offered at a price that could be considered too good to be true. industry or mandated standards in the Colorado Nursery Act,”