Sodding

If you are a contractor, home builder, public works, utility or land developer in the final stages of construction, we can get your job over the finish line and ready for permanent landscaping.

In the Southeast, establishing grass can be a challenge for many contractors. Sodding transplants a bed of existing grass instead of seeds. The sod harvested in the Carolinas and Virginia is carefully maintained to prevent damage from insects, weeds, and disease. It is cut from the ground with a thin layer of soil attached to the roots. This layer of soil and grass is transplanted to a new job site where it takes root and forms a new lawn. Sodding is effective on hillsides since it quickly protects the bare soil, which gives us another tool to reduce erosion.  Unlike seeding, transplanting sod can establish a yard at any time during the growing season.