Justin Bruskie runs one of our mini excavators to spread new top soil. A thick layer of soil, 6 inches or more, helps promote deep grass roots and a healthy, thick lawn.
One of our installation crews are laying rolls of sod for this front yard. The site is graded evenly and care is taken to keep the sod courses straight. Sod is a good option when to get instant green, and a thick carpet to beat the spring weeds. Sod als
Hydro seeding is a great way to establish new lawns. The seed is encrusted in fiber mulch helping minimize erosion and preserve soil moisture. Hydro seed works great on slopes and seed has a head start on the germination process.