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Elkton, MD (21921)

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Reviews of Sod Installation Services Near Me

Atlantic Stonewall & Patio Inc
Job went great from start to finish. Scot completed design from our discussions and pictures we provided of desired look. He gave us a fair, detailed, and competitive estimate. Scot kept us updated through the entire process. He used skilled workers that all seemed to know the business and what needed to be done. Patio was over 50 ft long and 12-14 feet wide. Ground was properly prepared and base properly installed. Also designed and installed large stucco and tile water fountain with submersible pump. To finish all off, ASAP landscaped and installed grass sod in the entire rear yard. The job site was thoroughly cleaned up after the work completed. After 6 mos, everything still looks great. Plants and grass doing well. We've since had ASAP and Scot back several times to do other landscaping (beds, plantings, sod).
- Charles I....
Sandbox Landscaping
Went great!! Gordon and his team showed up when they said they would and did the work that was agreed to. Attention to detail was much appreciated. Gordon kept me up to date via texts and made great suggestions as to the final project. Additionally he suggested an automated watering system which he said if I bought he would set up. I did and he did. A nice finish to a great job and no extra charge for this setup.
- Thaddeus K....
Driftwood Lawn Care and Landscaping LLC
Horrible - would not advise anyone that they are a A+ company a A+ company would not have left my yard in the condition they did and expect the homeowner to stay on top of them to get it cleaned up - The fact that this business has a A rating is something I could not believe - I have had contractors do exterior work before and did not even know that workers were their not true with this company and never would have they dreamed of asking a neighbor to use a yard to get to the house next to them to do their contracted job that should have been my first sign they were not A+ company and the fact that we gave them the OK to use our yard was a bad judgment call on our part but was promised it would be fix to our satisfaction and never being done should have been my second clue they are not a A+company - this company has no ownership of work performed just excuses -#1 weather can not work in the rain but we can run the bob cat in the rain to get the neighbors dirt out of their way and use my yard to go back and forth several time (weather was not a problem than) - #2 yard looks OK to me not really that bad -#3 will be back in the spring to complete (right need to wait a whole season)for completion -#4 cost too much to get sod at this of the year and would need to purchase more than I need (when did that become my problem) -#5 owner admitting workers should have never ran a bob-cat in the rain which is why the yard was torn up they way it is and what could my workers been thinks about when they did that - #5 tell me that I freaking out over nothing ( and it will be taken care of )and yes what a promise but on their time schedule not mine
- Brenda M....

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When should you lay sod?

It's best to lay sod in early spring or early fall, when it's cool outside.

How Much Does Sod Cost?

Rolls cost about 28 to 45 cents a square foot - for a 2,000-square-foot-lawn, that's between $560 and $900.

How Much Do Pros Charge to Install?

$1 to $2 a square foot, or $2,000 to $4,000 for 2,000 square feet.

Laying sod is the best way to quickly turn a dirt lot into a lush, green paradise, but tackling this project on your own can be hard.

To ensure that you end up working with the best sod installation services, follow these simple sod installation hiring tips:

1. Learn About Grass Types

Knowing a little bit about the types of grass can make it easier when negotiating with sod layers, and the type of sod that's best for a lawn depends on your region. If you're in New England or the Midwest, Kentucky bluegrass might be right, but zoysia or centipede grass might be better if you're in the American Southwest. Compare and contrast the different types of sod before you call in the pros.

2. Check the Regulations

Laying sod doesn't require a license, but your town, county, or homeowner's association may have regulations regarding the laying of sod in your area. Learn about any extant regulations by contacting your local government or quiz any sod installation services you're planning to work with.

3. Look into Their History

Laying sod perfectly isn't easy, and if the company you want to work with has a history of making mistakes, you should find out. Ask for referrals from previous customers when you talk to a company you might want to work with, and don't forget to check out the local customer reviews.

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