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St Augustine Sod Delivery and Installation
St Augustine grass is one of the most popular warm season turfgrasses. It grows best in coastal climates, and is often installed as sod in areas with plenty of direct sunlight. Sod is freshly cut from a St Augustine sod farm and consists of mature grass, roots, soil, and even some weed seed. Installing sod allows for immediate aesthetic impact since it provides an instant lawn.
When installing St Augustine sod it should ideally be done during the spring or summer months when temperatures are warmer, allowing for faster root development and establishment. Planting should take place on well-draining, fertile soils that have been amended with compost or other organic material to improve water retention and nutrients available to the newly planted grass. After installation, the sod should be watered immediately and then twice daily for the first two weeks. During this time, the soil below the sod should remain moist but not overly saturated. As the St Augustine grass begins to settle into its new environment it will need a regular watering schedule to keep it healthy and green.
It is important to maintain a consistent mowing schedule with St Augustine grass in order to keep it looking neat and even. The lawn should be mowed at least once every five days during peak growing season, shortening that interval if needed. Proper fertilization of St Augustine grass will help promote growth, strengthen the root system, and reduce weed pressure. Fertilizer applications should occur 3-4 times per year and include nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Overall, St Augustine grass is an attractive option for homeowners looking to create a lush green lawn with minimal maintenance. With the right care and attention, it can remain healthy and beautiful for years to come.
At American Landworks, we provide customers with the highest quality St Augustine grass sod available in Florida. Freshly cut from our sod farms and delivered directly to your job site, you can count on us for a quick and easy installation process. We offer a comprehensive Commercial and Residential St Augustine Grass Sod Service, offering pallets of freshly cut sod.
Our St Augustine grass is grown on the best sod farms in the state and is used on some of the most prestigious golf courses, churches, country clubs, and large commercial site work projects around Florida. We understand that there are countless ways to install turf grass at any size job site - so whether you need one roll or two thousand rolls of St Augustine Sod, American Landworks has you covered.
At American Landworks, we pride ourselves on providing fresh and beautiful St Augustine sod to our customers. Each roll of sod is freshly cut to order, ensuring that you get the best product possible, every time. With years of experience in the industry, you can trust us with all your St Augustine Sod needs. Contact us today to learn more!
We look forward to helping you achieve your dream outdoor space. Reach out today for a free quote on St. Augustine Grass Sod installation services! With American Landworks as your partner in creating beautiful landscapes, you can rest assured knowing that your turf installation will be completed with precision and care. Thank you for choosing us as your trusted source for St. Augustine Grass Sod services!
To measure your yard for St Augustine sod, you will need to determine the length and width of the area you want to cover. You can use a measuring tape or a measuring wheel to get the measurements. Once you have the length and width, multiply them together to get the total square footage of the area. This will give you an estimate of how much St Augustine sod you will need to purchase. It is also important to consider any irregular shapes or angles in the area, as they will require additional calculations to determine the correct amount of St Augustine sod needed. It is also recommended to add an extra 10-15% to account for any cuts or waste.
Let's say you have a rectangular shaped yard that is 60 feet long and 40 feet wide. To determine the square footage of the area, you would multiply the length (60) by the width (40):
60 x 40 = 2,400 square feet
So in this example, you would need to purchase approximately 2,400 square feet of St Augustine sod to cover the entire yard. However, it's always a good idea to add an extra 10-15% to account for any cuts or waste. so you would need to purchase around 2,640 - 2,760 square feet of St Augustine sod.
It's also important to note that in case if you have any irregular shapes or angles in your yard, you should measure these areas separately and then add it to the total square footage.
Note: The watering schedule may vary depending on the location, climate, and other factors specific to your area. It is always best to check the American Landworks for information about the condition of sod farm for the best results.
American Landworks Professional landscapers have the experience and equipment necessary to properly prepare the soil, lay the sod, and ensure that it is properly hydrated and cared for after installation.
We can also help with any additional landscaping needs you may have. American Landworks are experienced and efficient, we can save you time and ensure that your new St. Augustine sod is installed correctly for optimal growth and beauty.
Rolling new St. Augustine sod is an important step in the installation process that helps ensure good contact between the roots and the soil. This can help the roots establish more effectively and promote better growth.
Watering is critical for the establishment of newly installed St. Augustine sod. Here are a few tips for watering new St. Augustine sod:
Keep the soil consistently moist for the first few weeks after installation. Water the sod at least twice a day, in the morning and evening, or as often as necessary to keep the soil consistently moist. After the first two weeks, reduce the frequency of watering to once a day. Gradually reduce the frequency of watering over the next few weeks, until you reach a watering schedule that's appropriate for your area's climate and weather conditions.
Wait until the sod has grown to a height of 3-4 inches before mowing. Use a sharp lawn mower set at the highest setting to avoid scalping the grass. Mow regularly to keep the grass at a consistent height.
Mowing is an important part of caring for newly installed St. Augustine sod. Here are a few tips for mowing new St. Augustine sod:
Fertilizing newly installed St. Augustine sod is important to promote healthy growth and establishment. Here are a few tips for fertilizing new St. Augustine sod:
Note: The fertilizing schedule may vary depending on the location, climate, and other factors specific to your area.
Keep an eye out for weeds and remove them promptly. Use a preemergent weed control product to prevent weeds from taking root.
Weed control is important for newly installed St. Augustine sod to ensure that the grass establishes properly and grows healthy. Here are a few tips for weed control in newly installed St. Augustine sod: