Sodlawn Sod Farm / Sod Fresno
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100% fresh sod is harvested within 24 hours of delivery.
Your sod is delivered to your curb in 3-5 business days.
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Fresno Sod Care Recommendations
Fresno, CA - November 25, 2023
Popular Sod Types in Fresno
#1 Elite Plus
#2 Celebration Bermuda
#3 Tifway Bermuda
#4 Tifgreen Bermuda
Fresno Climate Facts
|Annual Avg. Precipitation||13 in.|
|Days That Are Sunny||271 days|
|Rainy Days||48 days|
|Summer Temp. High||98 degrees|
|Winter Temp. Low||38 degrees|
Recent Customer Reviews
"The delivery guy took the time to show us how to correctly lay our sod. The sod was beautiful and the cost was way below home depot price. Use sod lawn , if you don't , you'll wish u had!!"
Angela Brandon, Yuba City, Google
"I can't say enough great things about this company but specifically the customer service. I had an issue where I needed delivery when I initially requested pickup. After realizing how much weight each pallet is, I asked to have delivery. Lynnell worked her magic and was able to help me schedule delivery. Great experience! I will definitely use this company again."
Rebecca Hausner, Yuba City, Google
"It was great, I will recommend it to anyone"
Jose Curiel, Yuba City, Google
The Lawn of Your Dreams in Fresno
Fresno is widely known for its large-scale agricultural production. In fact, within a 60-mile radius of the city, there are about 2,000 raisin growers who produce 100% of the United States' raisins. While about two-thirds of these raisins are used within the United States and Canada, one-third of them are exported to approximately 50 other countries, including those in Asia and Europe.
Mid-February marks the beginning of the blossom season in the Fresno area. The Fresno County Blossom Trail is a 70-mile-long orchard driving path that is lined with blooming petals and draws visitors from all around the area each year. After the blooming season ends in April, the trail of blossoms turns into a trail of fruit trees.
There are many events hosted by the city throughout the year. These are a wide variety of events and activities that reflect the diversity and culture in the area. Some of these are Ani-MeCon (an anime convention), Armenian Grape Blessing, Taco Truck Throwdown, Christmas Tree Lane, Fiestas Patrias, Fresno Film Festival, LGBT Pride Parade, Greek Fest, Miss California Pageant, and Swede Fest.
Three National Parks - Yosemite, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia - are right nearby, providing lakes, waterfalls, and the famed giant sequoia trees.
There are several museums in the city, including the African-American Museum of the San Joaquin Valley, Armenian Museum of Fresno, Fresno Art Museum, Legion of Valor Museum, Kearney Mansion Museum, and the Meux Home Museum.
While Fresno does not have any major league sports teams, it is home to the Fresno Grizzlies Triple-A baseball team (Pacific Coast League) and the Fresno Monsters Tier II junior ice hockey team (Western States Hockey League).
Fresno is a hub for the manufacturing and distribution of many products, including agricultural chemicals, clothing, computer software, plastic products, glass, and food processing.
Major employers in the city include Community Medical Centers, the City of Fresno, Saint Agnes Medical Center, Kaiser Permanents, California State University Fresno, State Center Community College District, and Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation.
Located in the center of the state in the San Joaquin Valley and founded in 1872, Fresno was originally a railway station for the Central Pacific Railroad before being incorporated in 1885. According to the 2010 Census, Fresno has a population of 494,665 people, making it the fifth-most populous inland city in the state of California.
Fresno has a semi-arid climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The city has approximately 300 days of sunshine per year. During the winter months when temperatures are lower, the area is prone to heavy Tule fog that covers the area and drastically decreases visibility.
Neighborhoods we Service in Fresno, CA
- Woodward Park
- Fort Washington
- The Bluffs
- River Park
- Most everywhere else...