Lawn / Grass

Lawn Installation: Our lawn installation services are included removing and hauling away the old sod / soil as needed, roto-tilling its area, installing new topsoil or amending the existing soil, grading the ground for proper drainage, installing a selected finest quality turf locally grown in Washington. Soil quality and proper preparation of the soil is the first step to achieve a healthy lawn. Correct soil condition is more than anything assures that the grass will flourish in the long run. When installing a new lawn, we improve the existing soil by amending with compost, or provide a standard manufactured 3-ways topsoil (lawn topsoil) which contains compost, sandy loam, and peat moss. We place 4-5 inches high topsoil in the lawn area as the standard lawn installation procedure. We guarantee the health and prospering of the grass for one year from a date we installed. If you have been having a drainage issue where the new turf grass will be installed, then you need to schedule an on-site consultation to see what type of drainage controls needs to be installed. Drainage problems should be solved during the initial design and construction phases of a project rather than afterwards. If you would like to install a lawn irrigation system, the best time to do this is before the new sod is placed on the ground. We also provide quarterly lawn fertilizing and weed controlling services after installation. Shaded Lawn: Our lawn/sod supplier company provides one of the finest grass mixtures for both sun and light shade tolerant. If you have a tree that creates heavy shade, your grass may not tolerate this location. Heavy shade caused by conifer trees such as a pine or cedar is worst, creating highly acidic soil condition that develops from dropping needles. Most grasses will not tolerate heavy acid levels and heavy shade combined. In heavy shade locations we suggest that you may be better off planting shade tolerant species such as shrubs or rock gardens rather than turf grasses. HydroSeeding: We provide hydroseeding services in early spring and fall only, because these seasons are most conducive to growing vegetation. Soil preparation for hydro seeding is almost exactly the same as it is for sod. Once the soil is prepared, our certified hydroseeding service provider will spray the seed mixture best suited for your lawn application. You will receive a detailed instruction outlining watering, fertilizing and disease control procedures. Hydroseed is perishable and will die if it is not watered properly. Once we leave, it is the customer's job to participate in the growth process by watering the grass as outlined in the instructions. Sod installing vs. Hydroseeding: Hydroseeding takes much longer to establish a lawn and sod installing gives homeowners the instant gratification of a lush, green lawn. Generally, hydroseeding is cost less than laying sod but it requires higher management and maintenance costs, compounded by increased water and chemical applications. Multiple applications of chemicals are required to combat competitive weed invasions until turf is well established. Hydroseeding may cause delays in using the lawn. The result could be poor uniformity and visually unappealing. Heavy rain or sloped areas can cause the soil, seed, chemicals and silt to wash onto sidewalks flowerbed areas and into street drainage systems. Sod installation costs are offset by added values of timing, usability, uniformity and visual appeal, reduced management and maintenance costs. If you have children or pets and have a small lawn area with less than 2000sq.ft, we recommend installing sod. For more information about drainage controls or requesting an estimate, please contact us.

Lawn / Grass

Lawn Installation: Our lawn installation services are included removing and hauling away the old sod / soil as needed, roto- tilling its area, installing new topsoil or amending the existing soil, grading the ground for proper drainage, installing a selected finest quality turf locally grown in Washington. Soil quality and proper preparation of the soil is the first step to achieve a healthy lawn. Correct soil condition is more than anything assures that the grass will flourish in the long run. When installing a new lawn, we improve the existing soil by amending with compost, or provide a standard manufactured 3-ways topsoil (lawn topsoil) which contains compost, sandy loam, and peat moss. We place 4-5 inches high topsoil in the lawn area as the standard lawn installation procedure. We guarantee the health and prospering of the grass for one year from a date we installed. If you have been having a drainage issue where the new turf grass will be installed, then you need to schedule an on-site consultation to see what type of drainage controls needs to be installed. Drainage problems should be solved during the initial design and construction phases of a project rather than afterwards. If you would like to install a lawn irrigation system, the best time to do this is before the new sod is placed on the ground. We also provide quarterly lawn fertilizing and weed controlling services  after installation. Shaded Lawn: Our lawn/sod supplier company provides one of the finest grass mixtures for both sun and light shade tolerant. If you have a tree that creates heavy shade, your grass may not tolerate this location. Heavy shade caused by conifer trees such as a pine or cedar is worst, creating highly acidic soil condition that develops from dropping needles. Most grasses will not tolerate heavy acid levels and heavy shade combined. In heavy shade locations we suggest that you may be better off planting shade tolerant species such as shrubs or rock gardens rather than turf grasses. HydroSeeding: We provide hydroseeding services in early spring and fall only, because these seasons are most conducive to growing vegetation. Soil preparation for hydro seeding is almost exactly the same as it is for sod. Once the soil is prepared, our certified hydroseeding service provider will spray the seed mixture best suited for your lawn application. You will receive a detailed instruction outlining watering, fertilizing and disease control procedures. Hydroseed is perishable and will die if it is not watered properly. Once we leave, it is the customer's job to participate in the growth process by watering the grass as outlined in the instructions. Sod installing vs. Hydroseeding: Hydroseeding takes much longer to establish a lawn and sod installing gives homeowners the instant gratification of a lush, green lawn. Generally, hydroseeding is cost less than laying sod but it requires higher management and maintenance costs, compounded by increased water and chemical applications. Multiple applications of chemicals are required to combat competitive weed invasions until turf is well established. Hydroseeding may cause delays in using the lawn. The result could be poor uniformity and visually unappealing. Heavy rain or sloped areas can cause the soil, seed, chemicals and silt to wash onto sidewalks flowerbed areas and into street drainage systems. Sod installation costs are offset by added values of timing, usability, uniformity and visual appeal, reduced management and maintenance costs. If you have children or pets and have a small lawn area with less than 2000sq.ft, we recommend installing sod. For more information about drainage controls or requesting an estimate, please contact us.
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