Skip to main content

Helping Your Sod Survive

This summer is Georgia has been characteristic of all other Georgia summers, HOT! While July hosts the highest average temperature for Atlanta, August’s average temperatures are only one degree less than July’s. In addition, August typically has less rain than the other summer months. With these high temperatures and low precipitation in August, it can

Read the full article

Caring For Your Sod

Did you take our advice and lay sod in your yard last fall? Now that spring has rolled around, how is your lawn looking? If your sod was watered correctly, we’re confident it’s rooted by now, but if you want to check for yourself, you can. You can check by lifting a corner of a section

Read the full article

To Sod, Or Not To Sod This Fall?

Summer said its final goodbyes, and we’re enjoying the cooler temperatures and the colors being painted by Mother Nature with the entrance of this new fall season in Georgia. According to the Farmer’s Almanac long range weather forecast for the Southeast, we will have above average temperatures of 65 degrees and below average precipitation of

Read the full article