Frequently asked questions

How many square feet does a pallet of sod cover?

Each sod pallet we carry will cover 450 sq. ft. per pallet. This includes all varieties.

If I place an order for Sod Delivery how fast can you deliver it?

All sod delivery orders received will be seen by our team within minutes and we will compare your requested delivery date with our delivery schedule. You will be contacted within 1-3 hours with a confirmation of the date. In general, you should place your order at least 2 days prior to your requested delivery date.

If I place an order for Sod Installation how fast can you install it?

Generally we are able to schedule your installation approximatly 3 days after we recieve your order. During the busy seasons we do recommend placing your order atleast one week prior to your requested installation date.

Can I pick up sod at your location?

We currently do not store sod at our location or allow pickups. We harvest all sod fresh to order and deliver directly to jobsites and homes. Sod quality and freshness is our priority.

Can I buy a small amount of sod, less than one pallet?

We do not currently sell less than 1 pallet or break up our pallets into partials such as a 1/2 pallet or 1/4 pallet.

How do I measure how much sod I need?

Sod needed for a specific areas is measured in square feet. The is best done by imagining the area in squares or rectangles and then multiplying length times width to find the total square footage. You would add up the total for each square or rectangle you create until your total area is covered. We recommend adding atleast %5 on top of your final measurements to account for under measuring and sod wastes accumalated from your trimmings. Also you can use this link here to measure very accuratly via Satellite SOD MEASUREMENT CALCULATOR

How do I take care of my new sod?

We provide the industries leading maintenance instructions with every order to puts years of experience into one document so you can properly maintain your yard ongoing.

When is the best time to install sod?

You can install sod at all times of the year with varying pros and cons. Below we rank each season in order along with pros and cons of each. 1. SPRING Pros: cool temperatures, long season ahead for growth, spring rains reduce irrigation needed Cons: sod coming out of dormancy so not green all the way yet, takes a bit longer to root up sometimes when planted in early spring, have to order early as we are extremely busy 2. SUMMER Pros: sod is well developed and ready to root fast, warm temperatures allow for quick growth and establishment, moderate growing season left for sod to completely blend in and gro together, Cons: frequent watering is required, sod can sometimes arrive stressed from transport (quickly greens up after a few days). 3. FALL Pros: cool temperatures, reduced irrigation needs, sod quality is high Cons: short growing season left send sod into the winter with shallower roots. This is ok but requires greater patience for sod to fully develop. 4. WINTER Pros: Discounts usually available, can move quickly due to more flexible schedule Cons: Grass is dormant when installed (brown or hazel), Does not grow until Spring and sometimes greens up slower compared to established lawns