Most homeowners today opt for sod installations rather than hydroseeding. This is primarily because the former is a quicker solution to getting a lawn on residential or commercial properties. For us at Hodges Landscaping Solutions, it’s been a matter of pride to provide sod lawns to clients in and around Holly Hill, Ortona, and Seabreeze.
We have worked on many similar projects in Daytona Beach, Ellinor Village, Ormond Beach, and Blake. Today, a large number of our commercial clients in Daytona Beach Shores, South Daytona, and Tomoka Estates are asking for sod lawn services. Catering to clients in Ormond-by-the-Sea, Port Orange, and the surrounding areas has seen our client base spread to many other neighboring towns as well.
More often than not, sod installation is part and parcel of larger landscaping projects that we handle. However, we do have customers also asking for sod replacement. Hydroseeded lawns can be very difficult to patch up in case they turn bare or the grass turns brown. In situations such as this, it is a good idea to get the existing lawn replaced with sod.
Why Opt For Sod Lawns?Many people wonder whether sod is a preferred option against traditional hydroseeded lawns. As a company that has been operating in this space for several years, we know from experience that a sod lawn is as resilient and appealing as traditional lawns. Sod is available either in rolls/squares and there are a number of benefits to opting for it such as:
- It’s an ‘instant lawn’ since the pre-grown grass is installed in the landscape. There is no waiting time and you can start using the lawn soon after installation.
- Since the grass is already grown to a certain point, it is quite resilient and able to withstand immediate use.
- Installation is easy and the rolls or squares can also be cut to fit into odd-shaped areas.
- We procure sod from the best local nurseries, and this means there are fewer chances of the turf being attacked by pests.
- In case of any damage or wear to the lawn, it’s very easy to replace specific sections of the turf.
While sod is a very good option if you want to have an instant lawn on your property, the installation needs to be handled methodically. The ground will need some preparation and the drainage aspect will have to be assessed and fixed if required. We have vast experience with installing sod in residential and commercial landscapes. Our team can provide you with all the information you need about the different types of grasses available and will recommend which native grasses will suit your requirements.
If you are looking for a company that will work closely with you, and ensure that your project turns out exactly as you envisioned it, feel free to call Hodges Landscaping Solutions at 386-290-6555. Discuss your project requirements with our team of experts to get your landscaping project off the ground.