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Old 12-30-2011, 04:32 AM
TJHConstruction TJHConstruction is offline
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sod

this is the firs time that im bidding sod on my own , i have done this for years working for other people and i can tell you that there are no trees to go around but lots of edging and walls there is 975 yards of sod to lay and i will do the light prep work , the overall wall and edging length is around 200 feet thanks for your feedback , Shawn
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Old 12-31-2011, 05:22 PM
Smallaxe Smallaxe is online now
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I should be able to do it myself in one day, depending on the 'prep work'... Plan on soaking it well with multiple sprinklerheads, if there is no automatic irrigation... Come back after the ground is solid enough then roll it out... plus pay a guy to help you with the actual laying...

You should be safe with 2 1/2 man-days, plus materials...
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