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Soil erosion and repairs to your existing sod as well as establishing new grass quickly, are just a few of the reasons why sod is needed. With hundreds of lawns in our portfolio, we have the experience to ensure that your lawn will be done right. Our skill combined with our unique installation process allows us to provide our customers with a service unmatched by any competitors.


1. We show up to give you a no hassle-free quote

2. We bring our excavator and dig up 2-3 inches of your existing lawn and remove it. (This ensures all weeds are dug up from the root to prevent them from re-growing.)

3. We bring premium screened soil, spread it evenly, and grade the area to be re-sodded. We can guarantee the best screened soil in the GTA!

4. We apply starter fertilizer to ensure your new lawn is healthy and grows quickly. 

5. We pick up your sod directly from the farm, which is cut the day before to ensure only the best quality sod will be laid on your property. (We don't use some week old sod lying out front of Home Depot.)

6. We lay your sod, then roll it to ensure full root to soil contact with a perfectly even grade

7. We water your new lawn and take another great picture to add to our portfolio


1. Show up with a sod cutter or roto tiller. This is by far the worst process for anyone spending money on a new lawn because: 

A) With the roto-tiller the seeds on your lawn's existing weeds are mulched and germinated into your soil where you new sod is being laid.

B) With a sod-cutter the roots of your existing weeds are not removed, the sod cutter only goes .5 inch in depth.

BOTH of these methods will leave you spending money on a new lawn only to have the same weeds return in a matter of days.


2. Lay down very little, if any soil which is most likely going to be contractor grade, poor quality soil.

3. Skip the step of spreading pre-sod fertilizer in order to lower cost.

4. Bring sod available in the area to save on transportation costs

5. Usually skip the step of using a sod roller to ensure root to soil bonding and an even grade.

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