Installation Process

Atlanta Sod Installation

What to Expect

Once on the job we have two ways of preparing your yard for sod.

  1. Till and handrake. This is included and is normal for jobs under 3000 square foot. All exisiting grass is removed from the property and the lawn leveled flat by handraking. After handraking starter fertilizer may optionally be added to the ground before the sod so it goes directly to the roots. After laying the sod it is cut to fit your property and rolled to ensure root to earth contact.
  2. Skidsteer (Bobcat) - This is common on larger jobs and is $75 per hour with a four hour minimum. Our Bobcat operator has over 20 years experience and is certified in erosion control. We have a Rotadairon attachment for the Skidsteer that grades, tills, and levels, all in one. This is a rare piece of equipment - most other sod companies don't have it! With this attachment, we are able to achieve a 5-day root-in period for our new sod. Another unique piece of equipment that we offer to our customers is a Kesmac 1500 lb. hydrostatic roller. None of our competitors have this either! By choosing Georgia Sod, your new lawn will get a top quality installation with state of the art equipment.

Once the yard is graded out we hand rake the yard and apply the sod to the ground, cut it to match your landscape perfectly and roll it to ensure good root to earth contact.

After your new lawn is installed we do the final cleanup.

Georgia Sod and Turf Grass serves the Atlanta Metro Area and beyond. We have many Atlanta Sod Installations completed for viewing and many Local references available upon request. Our buisness was built on word of mouth and referrals.

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