Does Your Tacoma Lawn Need Some Work?

Get a Great Looking YardLet’s be honest for a second — what’s your lawn look like these days?

Maybe you just built a new home and haven’t gotten your yard in yet, or you just finished a major exterior home remodeling project that tore up your front yard. Or maybe you just bought a house where the previous owner did not care what his yard looked like.

Whatever your situation is, it is easy to get new sod installed at your Washington home. And it will make your home look great right away.

You Can Have a Great Looking Yard in One Day

An experienced Tacoma lawn crew will get all your sod grass installed in less than one day. So you can go to work in the morning with a sad-looking yard and see a perfect lawn when you get home from work.

It’s Easy Too (As Long As You Have Someone Else Do It)

Once your new lawn is put in, all you have to do is keep it watered. And, in Pierce County, that usually isn’t an issue. Mother Nature typically keeps our lawn watered pretty well. Still, you will probably need to do a little watering in the first two or three weeks.

And if you install your grass during one of our Summers, you may have to lightly water up to several times a day. It’s important.

Could I Do the Job Myself?

You can do the entire sod installation yourself if you really want to.

You can buy healthy, new grass sod which they will deliver straight to your driveway.

Your grass arrives stacked on pallets and you can do the rest.

However, if you are going to lay it all down by yourself, make sure you are ready to get started as soon as they drop the pallets off.

Fresh cut grass from sod farms is perishable. You can’t put off installing it.

You need to get it off the pallet and down on the soil and watered as soon as you can.

Sod Prices in Tacoma – What Will the Cost Be?

Unrolling sod farm grass rolls in a back yardLocally grown grass sod rolls are not cheap, but they are not too expensive either. When you consider how much value a great yard adds to your home, the final cost of a Tacoma grass delivery service is pretty reasonable. A top-notch lawn will add to your house’s curb appeal and increase your home’s real estate value as well. That’s why house flippers and real estate professionals order new grass for any property that needs it.

When it comes to what it will cost you, obviously the main factor in the final price of a lawn sod delivery is the quantity of new grass you will be ordering. The second factor in your sod installation cost could depend on the location of your property. If you live too far out of the regular delivery area, the transportation cost to deliver to you might go up.

If you can take some reasonable measurements of your yard and come up with a good estimate of how many square feet you need to cover, you can talk with a Tacoma sod company and they can give you a quote on how much you need to order. They will give you a quote on how much it will cost to deliver those pallets out to your property and do the installation. In a few cases, someone may be able to even come by your home and do the measuring for you.

They do a lot of work in the downtown Tacoma areas of the Stadium District, Fife Heights, Fife and the Tacoma Dome district.

So Where Do I Start?

1. Take some measurements of your yard.
2. Make a phone call.

They will try to answer all your questions.

You will learn what the estimate will be and when it can get it done.

Having a nice-looking front yard is going to improve the curb appeal and appearance of your entire WA house.

And having an inviting back yard will encourage your family to go out and spend more time in your back yard.



Is There Delivery Near Me?

They work all over the south metro area. Some of the suburbs are listed below. Even if you don’t see your town below, if you are in the area, make a short call and check. Thanks.

Auburn, Central District, Dash Point, Federal Way, Fern Hill, Fife, Fife Heights, Fircrest, Hilltop, Kent, Lakewood, Milton, North End, Northeast Tacoma, Pacific, Parkland, Puyallup, Spanaway, South Tacoma, Stadium District, Tacoma Dome area and University Place.





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