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Fine Grading& Seeding

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Fine grading is the preparation of the land for seeding and sodding. The first step is called firming, where a heavy machine compacts the soil. Excess stones and rocks are then removed, followed by smoothing. This step is done by hand and levels any abnormal patches. The final step is seeding. Robinson Landscape has the machinery and man power to tackle any of your fine grading and seeding projects.


Seeding & Sodding

When seeding, we make sure to take into account numerous factors such as seed quality, seeding rates, and timing to ensure optimal results. Seed is evenly spread to obtain a uniform lawn that looks stunning.


Sodding is considered the simplest way to quickly craft a flawless lawn. Sod is turf cut into big rectangular strips and stored in large rolls. Upon delivery, we will unroll the sod onto the prepped soil to instantly give your property a perfect look.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. Why is fine grading important before seeding?

Fine grading creates a uniform surface without bumps or depressions, which helps in even water distribution and prevents pooling. This step is essential for ensuring that seeds germinate properly and the lawn grows evenly.

2. How do I prepare my property for fine grading and seeding?

To prepare your property, remove any debris, rocks, or old turf. Ensure the area is as clear as possible to allow for effective grading and seeding. Robinson Landscape can assist with this preparation to ensure optimal results.

3. When is the best time to perform fine grading and seeding?

The best time for fine grading and seeding in Pennsylvania and New Jersey is during the early spring or early fall. These seasons provide the ideal temperatures for seed germination and root development.

4. What type of grass seed is used for seeding?

Robinson Landscape selects grass seeds based on the local climate, soil conditions, and your specific lawn needs. We use high-quality seeds that are best suited to thrive in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

5. How long does it take for the new grass to grow?

After seeding, you can expect to see sprouts within 7 to 14 days, depending on the weather conditions and the type of grass seed used. Full lawn establishment usually takes several months of growth and care.

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