Weed Xtinguishers offers a sod installation service that is competitive in pricing and unbeatable in customer service.
Should I Install Sod?
Because grass is a living organism, there are times where areas of the lawn will need to be replaced or filled in.
A common solution is to seed the lawn; however, seeding a lawn can be problematic. Grass seeds are prone to be washed away from rain or irrigation. Seeds will not sprout at the same time. They can easily dry out if you do not water enough. Most of all, if you are on a weed control regiment, the seeds will not germinate. Most weed control regiments use a pre-emergent that is designed to stop all seeds from growing; the chemical does not discriminate. In the end, seeding a lawn is more work than necessary to fill in some dead spots.
Whether you have a new construction or an existing landscape, installing fresh sod is the fastest and easiest way to fill in bare spots in a yard. Unlike seeding, it can be installed throughout the year. Install sod in the spring and fall for the best and fastest results. Also, sod requires less watering than grass seeds. Additionally, the grass is packed tighter together, so sod is less prone to weed problems. Moreover, you will receive an almost instant gratification of a beautiful yard.
Choosing Your Grass Types
Choosing the right grass type is essential to the success of your lawn. Our sod installation service offers your choice of either Bermuda, St. Augustine, or Zoysia grass. In North Texas, these three types are the most common because they can best withstand our climate.