Sod Installation, Lake Oconee, GA

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If you can’t wait for grass to grow from seed, we offer professional sod installation to help quickly establish your lawn.

Having a lush, green lawn is something that most homeowners dream of, but achieving that dream is rarely quick or easy; lawn care is a marathon, not a sprint. However, if you’re looking for a way to boost your lawn’s look without having to wait several seasons for new grass to grow, there is an effective and relatively simple solution—sod. Here at Oconee Landscape Design, we offer sod installation services for customers in the Lake Oconee, Georgia, area, and we would be happy to work with you to kickstart the lawn of your dreams.

Sod Installation in Lake Oconee, Georgia

Sod, also often called turf, is essentially rolls of pre-grown grass with established roots and a thin layer of soil that can be laid on your yard to establish a healthy lawn without the need to sow seeds and wait for the grass to grow in. The sod installation process is fairly straightforward, but it does require precision and attention to detail, which our team is well known for.

When you reach out to us about a sod installation, we’ll start by providing you with a customized estimate based on factors such as how much space you want to have sod laid over, how much preparation work will be required, and other pertinent details. Our team has over 20 years of experience in the lawn care industry, and we know all the best practices that will give your new sod the best possible chance of thriving. We can perform a sod installation for your entire yard or select sections, depending on your needs.

We have built a reputation for quality, timely work that meets or exceeds our clients’ expectations. To speak with someone about whether a sod installation would be a good option for your Lake Oconee property or to get started on a free estimate, contact our office today.

At Oconee Landscape Design, we provide sod installation services throughout Lake Oconee, Eatonton, Greensboro, Athens, and Madison, Georgia.