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  • Free Consultation

    Free Consultation

    We'll provide a free comprehensive assessment of the job and layout all your options.
  • financing

    100% Financing

    Need financing to get that yard back in shape? Get pre-approved here!
  • faster

    3x Faster

    Our projects are completed 3x times faster than the landscaping industry norm.
  • guarantee

    100% Guarantee

    With every install we guarantee that the sod will take root within 45 days of installation.
  • quality

    Top Quality Sod

    Our entire sod selection is of the utmost quality. Through routine fertilization, weed control and soil treament you'll receive quality same day cut sod.

A selection of Sod Grass to choose from

Lowest Price Guaranteed Fertilization and Limerock (included)
Get full installation starting at $.49 sq ft
Choose from 5 varieties of sod that excel in the Florida climate.
    • Bahia Sod

      Typically known as a pasture grass; bahiagrass can be planted in lawns and require minimal attention. Bahiagrass thrives in poor sandy soils with limited nutrients, fertilization and irrigation to survive.

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    • Zoysia Sod

      Zoysia grass forms a very dense carpet of grass beneath your feet. It's so dense, few lawn weeds penetrate established Zoysia lawns. Requiring 1 inch of rainfall or irrigation per week.

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    • Centipede Sod

      Centipede is what's known as a warm-season grass, meaning its most productive growth period comes during warm weather. Centipede grass excels on sandy soils with limited nutrients. It tolerates acidic soil.

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    • St. Augustine Sod

      St. Augustine grass is coarse-textured with a very thick grass blade that rounds at the top and becomes more compacted towards the soil. St. Augustine is also highly tolerant of soil salinity—salty soils—in comparison to Zoysia or Bermuda grass.

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    • Bermuda Sod

      Bermuda grass is also known as a pasture grass, but also used across golf courses. Bermuda has aggressive growth habits, weed resistant, low maintenance, and low water requirement.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions? We got answers! Read below from many popular questions from clients.

About Sodding services

What areas do you provide sod replacement to?
We operate and provide sod services throughout Marion, Alachua & Levy Counties. This includes Ocala, Gainesville, Dunnellon, Bronson, The Villages, Williston, Archer, and Newberry Florida.
Is there a guarantee on sod work performed?
Yes, all of our work comes with a 100% guarantee. We guarantee that sod will take root within 45 days of installation.
Is all work performed licensed and insured?
Yes, all work performed under bhild is fully insured, including all necessary licenses to perform work.
Do you provide Financing for your sod services?
Yes, we provide 100% Financing for all your sod and landscaping needs. With approval being as soon as 24 hours.
What type of sod should I install?
Deciding which type of sod to install should be based upon personal preference, maintenance levels, and property conditions.
Can I prequalify for financing?
Yes, please visit the following link and get approved online.
Do you provide wholesale sod ONLY?
Yes, we can provide delivery and your choice of sod from one of our local farm growers. Please call us, (754)-273-5658, for further information.
Are you able to provide more than services shown above?
Yes, bhild is a full landscaping service, this pavers, sod installation, irrigation, landscaping design, tree & plant services and more.

Our Sod Service Areas

Sod Related Services

  • Removing Vegetation Cleanup

    Grass or weeds may play a huge part in either preventing sod from taking root. Or even by growing through.
  • Stump Grinding

    Removing any tree trunks that may affect growth of sodding growth.
  • Grading

    When all debris and are eliminated we'll thoroughly level out all dirt according to industry standards.
  • Foreign Debris

    Large quantity of rocks, mulch, or other foreign objects that are found in soil may drastically affect the quality of sod growth.