Sod Edmonton

Startup your beautiful lawn with sod in Edmonton today!

Are you planning on transforming your yard? The best way to do that is by installing sod in Edmonton! Park Topsoil provides and installs sod for their clients in Edmonton and the surrounding areas such as Spruce Grove, Sherwood Park, and Nisku.
Park Topsoil does both commercial and residential work in Edmonton. Call us for final grading in Edmonton. Whether you are a business owner or a homeowner, Park Topsoil can service all of your lawn needs!

Grass in Edmonton

There are so many different types of grass, so if you’re looking for grass in Edmonton, we can help you determine what would be best for your lawn! The most common types of grass include Bermuda, St. Augustine, Buffalo, Zoysia, Bahiagrass, Kentucky Blue, Fine Fescue, Perennial Ryegrass, Tall Fescue, and Red Fescue. The grass in Edmonton that is most successful has a tolerance to colder weather. Speak with an expert from Park Topsoil to learn more about what grass you should use.

Caring for Your Lawn in Edmonton

Sod is an investment, so once installed, it needs to be cared for. Many people do not have the knowledge or commitment to keep their newly sodded yard healthy and well manicured. Park Topsoil can provide you with the tips and knowledge you need to keep your lawn healthy and maintained. We do provide lawn care services to commercial businesses, so we invite you to call if you need professional lawn care!

Tips for Keeping Up Sod in Edmonton

  • Don’t walk on the sod! Walking on the sod applies unneeded stress and pressure to the grass which is trying to take root. If you need to walk on the sod in the first couple weeks, make sure that you take different routes so you are not trodding on the same path. Walking on the grass can compact the topsoil which will make it harder for the grass to grow.
  • Watering. The sod needs to be watered every day for the first two weeks. After the first two weeks are up, water the sod every other day. Each day, the sod needs about one inch of water. You can measure the amount of water that your grass is getting by using a jar or cup. Once you can see the level of water in the cup has reached an inch, the lawn has had enough water!
  • Fertilize the sod for about 4 weeks after installation. You can use a standard fertilizer. The higher nitrogen levels help the grass grow thicker and greener.
  • Mow the tips of the grass when it gets taller than 2 inches. Make sure that you don’t cut off more than one-third of the grass height. You can do this by making sure that the blade is set to cut very high. You will probably need to mow your sod somewhere between 10 days and 2 weeks after installation.

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