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Topsoil and Sod in Grande Prairie

If you are looking for sodding for your home or business, look no further. Sit back and relax while we do all the work. There is no need to pick up from the supplier, as our crew delivers everything to your site. We are happy to come give a NO COST estimate for delivery of topsoil and sod in Grande Prairie. We can provide either traditional turf grass or complete seeding, perfect for newly built homes. If you’ve had the same lawn for years and are becoming over run by seasonal weeds, you may be looking to rejuvenate your yard. We’re happy to help you improve the curb appeal of your property too. Let us do the dirty work and give your project the attention it deserves. Ask about our lawn irrigation services as well to see how you can maintain a pristine yard year after year while benefiting from the ongoing cost savings from an automated sprinkler system.


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Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time of year to lay sod?

Spring tends to be the busiest time for sod installations, however it is equally as good to install a new lawn during early to mid fall. During the fall, temperatures start to cool in Grande Prairie from the summer highs, yet your grass still has time to take root before winter. Whether you choose to execute your project during spring or fall, both seasons are a pretty safe bet.

Can you walk on sod after its laid?

Freshly laid sod is sensitive and should not be walked on while the grass is trying to take root. The first week of growth should be considered fragile, and will require care and attention. It is important to stay away from walking on your freshly prepared lawn and in fact, avoid additional weight of any kind during this first week.

What to do after sod is laid?

You will need to water your new lawn daily to encourage the growth of shallow roots. After the first week you will be able to scale back your efforts. You'll still need to water the grass regularly, but slowly back off from watering every day. Scaling back your watering schedule little by little will encourage your shallow roots to reach deeper into the ground to find the moisture needed. When done correctly, you should have a healthy lawn in 4 to 6 weeks, and can start mowing. Be sure to wait 48 hours after your last watering before you mow the lawn for the first time.