Q. What’s a ballpark cost for sod installation?
A.The cost of sod installation varies based on the size of your lawn, the sod variety and location. Calculate your estimate based on square footage. Check out our HARMONY SOD CALCULATOR. All installations require a minimum purchase of 1 pallet. Pallets range from 400-600 sqft, but you may use 500 sqft per pallet for your own calculation. Add 10% contingency for waste associated with cuts around landscape beds, sidewalks, driveways, etc.
Discounts up to 50 percent for larger projects are available and installations cost as range from $0.18 per sqft to $0.65 per sqft; (based on your location). For smaller projects costs are higher. Contact us for pricing. Total costs include sod, delivery, installation, scraps and pallets removed…plus a one year warranty!
Q. What does the installation include?
A. As part of the sod installation we provide professional project management the day of the installation. Our local service provider will arrive with the sod shipment, walk the property with you, install your sod, clean up and remove debris and pallets. Walk the property with you upon completion and answer questions you may have.
Q. How do I determine the amount of sod I will need?
A. Use our HARMONY SOD CALCULATOR to determine how much sod you need.
Q. What types of varieties are available?
A. St. Augustine, Zoysia, Bermuda, Centipede, Fescue, Perennial Ryegrass and Bluegrass. Varieties depend on the area where you live.
Q. What are the common reasons for sod installation?
A. Enhance the look and feel of your yard, provide an area for activities, help with soil erosion. and according to The Lawn Institute, landscaping may increase a home’s value.
Q. What should I expect during the installation?
A. Our installer will arrive with the sod and perform a walk of the property. Lay the sod and clean up debris, scraps and pallets. Walk the property with you upon completion and answer questions you may have.
Q. Do I need to be present during the installation?
A. Yes, at the very least for the start and completion of the job. A final inspection of the job is necessary to complete the quality review checklist with you and go over maintenance requirements of your new lawn.