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Frequently Asked Questions

Is The Sod Cut Fresh?

Yes. All sod from is fresh and cut to order.

How Do I Know How Much Sod I Need?

Measure the length and width of your lawn. For example, if your lawn is 20 feet wide by 20 feet long, you would need roughly 400 square feet of sod.

How Many Square Feet Of Sod Are There Per Pallet?

Our Bermuda, Centipede and Fescue in the Carolinas (and Georgia) are 500 sq. ft. per pallet. Our St. Augustine in Florida is currently 400 sq. ft. per pallet.

How Do I Know Which Sod Type Is Right For Me?

On each product page, we’ve provided a detailed description of the sod features. We always encourage our customers to research reliable sources for further information prior to placing an order if necessary.

Can I Always Get Sod The Next Day?

Great question. As long as orders are made by 9 a.m. (EST) Monday through Thursday, you will have the option to receive your sod the next day. The only exceptions are that in order to receive sod on Monday’s, you must place your order by noon on Friday’s. Next Day Sod does not currently offer weekend deliveries.

Do I Have To Pay Extra For Shipping?

All orders of 6 or more pallets receive free shipping. Orders of 5 pallets or less will incur a small delivery fee.

Is There A Warranty With Sod Deliveries?

The short answer is no. Once sod is successfully delivered and dropped, the buyer assumes responsibility. We encourage all customers to prepare for sod deliveries and install as quickly as possible to maintain its freshness. Grass needs water and nutrients to live so leaving it on a pallet is less than ideal.

Is There Someone That I Can Talk To?

Of course. We are here to serve you. You can email us at or call us at 844-FASTSOD. Our standard office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Why Is So Easy?

Because we care about you and we value your time.

If I am a repeat customer, can I get credit terms?

Absolutely! Simply email and our TEAM would be delighted to walk you through the process.