On our initial visit our first step is to evaluate and discuss with you what type of sod best fits your lifestyle and your properties growing conditions. At this time we also do an initial run through on your irrigation system to ensure it is working properly and will advise you as to any repairs or adjustments that need to be made.
Previous to starting the installation process we may visit your property again to spray a systemic, broad spectrum herbicide to kill any invasive weeds or grasses. After a few days to give the spray time to do it’s job, our crew will return to cut out the old sod from the area where your new lawn is to be placed. Prior to the cut out we will flag all sprinkler heads. After to doing the cut out, we do another run through on your irrigation system to make any agreed upon repairs or adjustment and mark out any new flower beds or areas sod will not be placed. Once the irrigation is taken care of, the area is cut out and the old sod is loaded for hauling away. We will hand rake the area for proper grading and, in the case of partial installs, make sure the new lawn matches the established lawn at the same level.
After your new lawn is installed we will make sure your irrigation timer is set on a watering schedule that will ensure the new lawn receives sufficient water to help it get established and will make a final inspection of the area. And, we will leave you a copy of our brochure, PROPER CARE OF NEWLY INSTALLED SOD, to help make your new lawn replacement a success.
Adam & Eve Pasco Sod Free Estimate serving Pasco county Aripeka, Bayonet Point, Beacon Square, Crystal Springs, Dade City, Elfers, Holiday, Hudson, Jasmine Estates, Lacoochee, Land O’ Lakes, New Port Richey, Odessa, Port Richey, Saint Leo, San Antonio, Shady Hills, Trilby, Trinity, Wesley Chapel, and Zephyrhills