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Spreading grass seed can be time-consuming, and you are never guaranteed that it will thrive. If you want to have a vibrant, healthy green lawn this summer, you should consider sod installation in Sunnyvale. Sod is the quickest way to cover your yard in vibrant grass. All the most popular types of grass, including Bermuda, Zoysia, and St. Augustine, are available for sod installation. Below you can read about some of the advantages of using sod in landscaping.

Easy Installation
Sod comes in pre-grown rolls of grass. All you have to do is loosen the topsoil and roll the sod out onto the area. For larger lawns, you may wish to hire a professional to do this. To plant grass seed, on the other hand, you need to do a lot more soil prep work, and you have to wait weeks for the grass to grow in. While you are waiting, lawn growth can be unsightly and patchy. With sod, you can have a beautiful lawn in under a day.

Reduced Water Use 
If you want to reduce your water use, you should avoid planting grass seed and simply have sod installed. During the weeks before the seed germinates and grows into a full lawn, you have to water it up to four times a day, especially in the hot Texas summer. Sod will require frequent watering for a few days while the roots of the grass settle, but since the grass is already grown, it will also retain moisture better. After sod is established, it requires half as much watering time as grass seed.

Better Soil Retention
Grass seed can blow away before it germinates, causing uneven coverage on your lawn and potentially wasting the hard work you did to plant it. Once sod is down, even the strongest winds won’t blow it away, so you don’t have to worry about spotty grass growth. The layer of soil attached to the bottom of the sod can also protect the topsoil beneath from erosion.