The Benefits of Sod Lawns
Sod Installation Installing sod lawns may be more expensive. Consider this as buying time and convenience. No need to experience any problems because they are already solved for you. The sod we get are from Tennessee farmers who spent at least 18 months to produce such beauties. They also invested in fertilizers, pesticides, and other natural and completely safe solutions to make sure you’ve got nothing to worry about.
After a day or two, your land will be covered with perfect grasses. After 30 days, the area will be fully functional. You also get to control what type of grass will grow where. Creating stunning landscapes with grasses having two or more tones of perfectly manicured lawns is now possible.
Professional Sod Installation
Sure you can buy your sod elsewhere. But it takes professionals, like Victory Lawns to do the proper installation. Our team has already installed such on gorgeous-looking landscapes in Memphis. Our secret is that we start with the perfect sod lawns and install them by following our set of critical steps.
We basically check the soil if it’s healthy enough for grasses and then make necessary changes to make it healthy. There are more steps after this. No need to hassle yourself about these steps. Leave the work to us and we guarantee that after we’re done, your brown, barren land will instantly turn into a stunning lawn that’s perfect and safe for the kids’ playground, your morning coffee table, and more.
Imagine all the beautiful possibilities by just properly installing sod lawns!
Sod versus Seed
Why go for sod lawns if seeding is possible? Installing sods is far way better than seeding. The only obvious advantage of the latter is the start-up cost. But this approach will take weeks and months before you see sprouting greens, and it will take years before the land is completely covered with grass. That is if the seeds are not blown by the wind, eaten by birds, or ultimately failed because of drought, disease, malnutrition and other issues you can imagine.
Choose seeding and be prepared to see a brown landscape for weeks, not to mention the time and energy invested in it.