When you’re considering ordering sod, the first thing you’ll need to do is the measure. The process can be a little confusing if you’ve never done it before, but with these instructions and some basic math skills, it should be no problem for even the most inexperienced of homeowners!
The area that you want to cover will determine how many square feet or yards of sod your order will need. Multiply this number by three and then divide by 17.2 (the average length in inches). This will give you the number of rolls you’ll need for your project.
How to prepare for the delivery
There are many things to consider when preparing for the delivery. One of these is ordering sod and getting it installed before you move in. This will help reduce your grass installation cost as well as save you time. Here are a few tips on how to prepare for the delivery by ordering sod beforehand:
• Make sure that there is enough space between where the sod will be delivered and any structures or trees so that they can be moved out of the way if necessary.
• Order extra so that you have plenty left over after moving all of your furniture into place, but not too much because it won’t grow very fast once it’s installed!
Tips on maintaining your new lawn once it’s been installed
It can be a daunting task to maintain your new lawn once it’s been installed. It will take time and hard work, but if you know the right steps to take care of it, your lawn will be lush for years to come. The first step is to order sod from a local company that specializes in landscaping. If you have any questions about what type of grass is best for your area or how much sod you’ll need contact them before ordering so they can give you their expert advice! Once the sod arrives don’t forget to install it as soon as possible – we recommend waiting until after a good rain storm so the ground is nice and moist which helps with installation. After installation make sure to water regularly (usually every day) and fertilize at least once a month. Sod needs different types of fertilizer than your lawn did when it was established, so make sure to check with your local landscaper to see what the proper amount of fertilizer is for sod.