How Long Does it Take to Install Sod? Planning Ahead is Key

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  1. Marcus Coons says:

    Thank you so much for mentioning how you should take the time to plan ahead to make sure you have enough time to plan your sod before it starts overheating. It makes sense that doing this can help you get the amount of grass you need and understand how you can plant it so your area is properly covered in it. My wife and I were thinking about installing sod since seeding our [property is not working, so I’m glad I found your post.

    • Cameron Shimoda says:

      Hey Marcus! Thanks so much for your feedback! I’m very glad to hear that our information is being well received! Seeding can be difficult without the right conditions. I think you guys will have much better success with sod. Fall is a great a time to lay sod because of the grass’s lifecycle. In the spring, grass grows leaves (blades) aggressively in anticipation of the coming warm weather and copious sunlight. In the fall, grass grows roots aggressively in anticipation of the coming cold weather and dormancy. This makes for perfect sod establishment conditions, because you want the roots to take as fast as possible! I hope this helps 🙂

  2. Larry Weaver says:

    Thanks for emphasizing that planning makes perfect when installing sod. My backyard is dying, so I would really like to do a landscaping project to try and give it new life. Through finding a reliable sod delivery service, I’ll be sure to develop a plan on how I can effectively install sod for my yard.

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