"Since you installed my Zeon Zoysia lawn, I have had at least 100 people ask how I get the lawn to look so great." Patrick in Flower Mound, Texas.
"My grass is the best on the block and my neighbors are grateful they no longer have to look at dirt and tree roots in my lawn." Mia in Frisco, Texas.
There's this little-known thing called lawn leveling. Hardly anybody is talking about it. But when you use it as a hiring filter, you'll see a huge difference in a contractors knowledge and level of experience with installing zoysia lawns. Now you can hire the right contractor to install your sod.
Everyone's talking about zoysia lawn installation, right now. We all know that some contractors cut corners and could do a better job if they were inclined. But what almost no one understands about zoysia lawn installation is the concept of lawn leveling. It's not getting a word of mouth referral that helps you hire the right contractor to install your lawn, it's interviewing the contractor and seeing some of their work and focus on the lawn leveling to judge the quality of the process.
We install lawns in most of DFW. But since the search engines love it when we mention them individually, here is a comprehensive list baked right into the middle of the page. We install zoysia grass in Dallas, Fort Worth, Flower Mound, Plano, Mckinney, Frisco, Little Elm, Southlake, Northlake, Grapevine, Keller, Lantana, Prosper, Murphy, Coppell, Highland Village, Allen, Richardson and many other communities around North Texas. Reach out to us because we travel far and wide installing Zoysia.
Is Zoysia Expensive? - Zoysia installs start at $2000. Alternatively you can get just a delivery if you want to install it yourself.
Will this grow in the shade? - Zoysia has a better shade tolerance than Bermuda. Closely resembling the tolerances of Saint Augustine. If you can give your lawn 3 hours of sunlight then you will have success with Zoysia.
Will you come look at my lawn? - If needed we do provide onsite evaluations prior to installation. You will first be given a satellite inspection so that you will have a general idea of the project cost before we book the appointment.
How can you quote my lawn without coming to look at it? - All of our installations are measured and quoted remotely with the latest satellite imagery and measuring tools. The added benefit is you will have a FREE quote within just a few hours and the project won't be waiting for days just to get a quote.
Do you sell it by the square? - Sorry we do not have a storefront where you can come in and shop for a few squares.
Can you patch a small section? - We do not patch lawns. We install a complete right lawn or complete left lawn, or complete front lawn or complete front and back lawns... but we do not do partial installs within the same section of lawn. The results of a patch job will look poorly and it is our goal to deliver the best lawns to North Texas.
Do I need a sprinkler system? - While Zoysia is superior to most turf types when it comes to drought tolerance, establishing a new lawn is where a sprinkler system is essential. You need to water every inch of new sod daily for the first 2 weeks, and every other day for weeks 3 and 4.
Do I need new soil? - We suggest 1 yard of new soil for every 2 pallets quoted. This should enable enough soil to level the lawn and cover any exposed roots from trees. If you have existing erosion problems or excessive tree roots exposed, let us know when you submit your order.
How long until I can mow the new grass? - If your lawn looks like it needs mowed then go ahead and mow it. Usually around week 4. Take it easy on the lawn for 6 weeks. No baseball games until the roots are established.
How long does it take to install if I say YES today? - 17 days - First, we treat your existing turf to kill its root structure for 17 days prior to installing the new lawn. The second step is the installation. The lawn is completely installed and finished in one day.
Do you deliver just the sod without installation? - Sure, just click the option for Order Grass instead of the Order Grass + Installation option.
Do you use a rototiller or remove the old grass? - We kill the root structure and remove the dead lawn debris prior to installing new Zoysia.
Will you grade the dirt? - That is a big Yes. This is the most important part of taking a good install and making it a great install. Our soil grade work will make your neighbors stop and ask what kind of grass that is and who installed it.
How do I water my new lawn? - 15 minutes per zone. Once daily for weeks 1 and 2, then every other day for weeks 3 and 4.
Will you check out my sprinklers when you install the lawn? - Our crew will adjust your sprinkler head height and nozzle direction during an installation.
How many Square Feet come on a pallet? - 450 Square feet come in a pallet of Zoysia.
Is there a minimum amount for installation? - There is a 3 pallet/ 1350 Square Feet minimum.
Is there a minimum for delivery? - 2 pallets / 900 square feet
How do I measure my own lawn? - Here is a great tool we would like to share which allows you to measure your own lawn. You are looking for the Square Footage of the turf. Click Here
Do you guarantee the sod? - No. Sod is cut fresh and delivered within 48 hours and should be installed fairly quickly. It is up to you to keep it alive and watered appropriately.
Do you deliver or install in my area? - We deliver and install to most of the DFW area.
* BREAKTHROUGH! Works in the sun or in the shade lets you have one type of grass for the entire property, and it chokes out weeds too like a pro.
* FAST RESULTS! Looks better than the best Tif419 Bermuda Lawn, allows you to easily earn yard of the month in a high end neighborhood that is frequented by every fertilization and weed control company in town - With Ease.
* UNMATCHED PERFORMANCE! Slow growing makes it easier to mow less often, edge less often, trim less often, and still have the best lawn in town ... it's never been easier.
* GETS THE JOB DONE! Turns a sick yard into a work of art, enables you to come home and experience a cool safe lawn to spend time with family and friends; take pride in your lawn again; never again look at your thin sickly grass and wish for something better. - Effortlessly.
* EFFECTIVE! Easy to establish and care for, makes it easier to feel confident your new lawn will survive and effortlessly become a reason the neighbors stop and chat in no time flat.
Zoysia Grass Installation is for every person that wants a perfect lawn who needs to get rid of dirt patches or thin grass, but can't find a grass type that actually works in both sun and shade and looks amazing.
Here's a huge problem you face right now. It's finding a contractor that will take the time to level the lawn correctly. But that's not the end of your problems with getting the best lawn in town. What makes this even worse is the fact that without a perfect soil grade, you'll just get a good lawn when it could be great! Which means you would have spent the money and received a less product in the end.
And, worst of all, many people with ugly lawns can't get past the idea that the only grass for shady spots is Saint Augustine, Zoysia can only be installed in plugs, and Zoysia costs more than Saint Augustine.
All this can make trying to have the best green lawn a nightmare! But luckily for you, there's now a solution!
So, if you're a person that wants a perfect lawn and who really needs to get rid of dirt patches or thin grass, but can't find a grass type that actually works in both sun and shade and looks amazing, "Zoysia Grass Installation" is the answer you've been looking for!
Zeon Zoysia is the #1 Selling Zoysia in America and our Best Seller. And for good reason!
This fine textured grass has been called the “most beautiful zoysia on the market today.” Turfgrass professionals and consumers alike often note Zeon’s “Wow Factor”. University tests agree, Zeon Zoysia is truly something special. In NTEP (National Turfgrass Evaluation Program) testing, Zeon Zoysia ranked #1 in turf quality. NTEP also confirmed that Zeon Zoysia produces far less thatch than other Zoysia grasses tested.
Versatile: Use for lawns, golf courses, sports fields, resorts Adaptable: Thrives in a wide range of soil conditions Drought tolerant: Less water requirements. Salt Tolerant: In salty environments, simply mow the grass and remove clippings to remove salt from the soil Easy Care: Less thatch than other standard zoysias.
Zeon Zoysia Specs
- Shade Tolerance: Full Sun and Good to Excellent Shade
- Drought: Extreme
- Blade: Fine blade
- Intended Use: Commercial, Golf, Residential
- Mowing Height: 1/2" - 2"
Zeon Zoysia is the grass of the 2016 Olympics in Rio! Golf has returned as an Olympic sport to the 2016 Games, the grass the golfers are playing on is Zeon Zoysia. The grass was selected for use on the tees, roughs and fairways of the course being built specifically for the Olympics. Zeon’s beauty and playability contributed to the choice. More important, Zeon’s low water use and low fertilizer requirements were critical for the Olympic Committee’s desire to build a sustainable golf course.
Zeon is a fine-bladed Zoysia grass. It has a beautiful dark green color and soft leaf texture making it a true “barefoot lawn grass.” Zeon Zoysia’s extensive root system allows it to quickly recover from drought, it can handle full sun, and has excellent shade tolerance only requiring as little as 3 hours of direct sunlight.
Cavalier looks somewhat like Tifway Bermuda grass, but withstands cold better than Tifway. In addition to its cold hardiness, Cavalier demonstrates good shade and salt tolerance. (This salt tolerance allows for application in areas with less than optimal water quality.) Cavalier Zoysia also resists many insects and diseases, including fall army worm and Rhyzoctonia blight. It has also shown significant resistance to the tropical sod webworm and the tawny mole cricket. Ranked as one of the top zoysia in the NTEP (National Turfgrass Evaluation Program), Cavalier Zoysia is an excellent choice for home lawns, golf course fairways and tee boxes, parks and sports fields.
Cavalier is a fine textured Zoysia grass also developed at Texas A&M University. It works excellently on home lawns, golf course fairways, tee boxes, and highly visible areas. Not as shade tolerant as St. Augustine but is superior to most Bermudas.
Cavier Zoysia Specs
- Shade Tolerance: Full Sun and Good Shade Tolerance
- Drought Tolerance: Excellent
- Blade: Fine
- Intended Use: Commercial, Golf, Residential
- Mowing Height: 1/2" - 1 1/2"
Cavalier Zoysia was developed by Dr. Milt Engelke and Texas A&M University. It is a Z Matrella which is vegetatively propagated and genetically stable and uniform. Its chromosome number is 2-n=40. Cavalier rated number one in the NTEP trials over 3 years at 24 locations ranging from California- Georgia and north to Nebraska and Colorado.
Cavalier is distinguished from other zoysia grass by its fine texture, long, narrow leaf, with low rhizome, but high density stolon production. Good to excellent salt tolerance, and good shade tolerance
Intermediate in its growth and recovery rate Good to excellent winter hardiness and will persist in the Southern states.
Palisades is a medium textured, high density turf suitable for home lawns, golf fairways and roughs, sports fields, industrial parks, and highway medians. Palisades is also noted for its shade tolerance and low water use requirements. The most shade tolerant of the zoysia varieties we carry.
When compared to St. Augustine, Palisades has a comparable shade tolerance, requires less water and fertilizer, and is a thicker, denser turf grass. During extremely dry periods, Palisades only requires one to two deep irrigations per month.
Palisades Zoysia Specs
-Shade Tolerance: Full Sun and Excellent Shade Tolerance
- Drought Tolerance: Extreme
- Blade: Medium coarse texture
- Intended Use: Commercial, Golf, Residential
- Mowing Height: 1/2" - 2"
Grows from above-ground runners (stolens) and below-ground shoots (rhisomes) Uniform density
Low maintenance Low water use Tolerates low mowing Requires less fertilizer; can thatch if over-fertilized
Thrives in hot and relatively cold conditions High-density growth pattern