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Huntington Beach Sod Care Recommendations
Huntington Beach, CA - January 14, 2021
Popular Sod Types in Huntington Beach
#1 Elite Plus
#3 St. Augustine
Huntington Beach Climate Facts
|Annual Avg. Precipitation||12 in.|
|Days That Are Sunny||281 days|
|Rainy Days||36 days|
|Summer Temp. High||79 degrees|
|Winter Temp. Low||47 degrees|
Recent Customer Reviews
Amazing prices and product! Love it, staff on the phone was more than helpful and very kind, helped me get the perfect prep down before my delivery. Even delivery man was nice. 4 weeks later sod looks amazing and is really thick! Thank you
Justin Lovell, Los Angeles, Google
Great customer service. Great team, got my delivery the very next day from purchase. Will definitely continue to purchase from SodLawn.
Eruvei Alvarado, Los Angeles, Google
I bought 400 square feet of sod from sod lawn and I'm very pleased. By the second week of receiving my sod it was green and fluffy.l am very pleased with their prices also. Thanks Sod Lawn!
Sharon Campbell, Los Angeles, Google
The Lawn of Your Dreams in Huntington Beach
Nicknamed “Surf City” and known for its 9.5-mile stretch of beautiful beach, Huntington Beach is a seaside city in Orange County.
The Huntington Beach Pier is a popular destination for both residents and tourists. At 1,850 feet long, the Pier is one of the longest piers on the West Coast, and it offers dining and shopping options for visitors.
There are many events that take place on the beach in the summer. Some of these are the U.S. Open of Surfing, the AVP Beach Volleyball Tour, a biathlon, and junior lifeguard day camps. Other events in the area include the Cruise of Lights Boat Tour, the Kite Festival, Surf City Nights, and car shows.
Huntington Beach is known worldwide for its place in the surfing world. It is the home of the annual World Surfing Championships. Because of the city’s involvement with this championship competition and its excellent surfing conditions, it has become known as the “Surfing Capital of the World,” and surfers from all around flock to Huntington Beach to surf.
Huntington Beach offers opportunities to explore its surf culture, such as the Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum and the Surfing Walk of Fame.
There are also plenty of things to see and do away from the beach. Visitors can take a walk downtown, where they will see historical homes dating from the 19th century. There are also venues to enjoy the area’s nightlife. Other attractions away from the beach include the Shipley Nature Center and the Bola Chica Ecological Reserve.
In the city’s earlier years, there were multiple oil wells extracting oil along its natural fault structure. Over time, the amount of oil extracted has decreased, but it is still a lucrative business. Eventually, this oil production will end, and tourism will be the largest revenue source for the city. Tourism currently generates about $121 million in tax revenues for Huntington Beach.
The city’s other major industries include technology, business and financial operations, healthcare, education and training, and food service.
Some of the city’s major employers are Boeing, Zodiac Aerospace, Hyatt Regency, C&D Aerospace, Cambro Manufacturing, Huntington Beach Hospital, and Wal-Mart.
What is now Huntington Beach once had a cattle route running through it. Huntington Beach’s original pier was built in 1903, and the city was incorporated in 1909. The area served as a source of agricultural production for early residents, who grew crops, such as asparagus, lima beans, celery, peppers, and sugar beets. According to the U.S. Census, Huntington Beach has a population of 189,992 people.
Huntington Beach has a semi-arid/Mediterranean climate. The area is typically sunny, cool, and dry, with strong breezes in the evenings. The city averages 10.8 inches of rainfall each year, most of which occurs during the winter months.
Neighborhoods we Service in Huntington Beach, CA
- Gilbert Island
- Golden West
- Bolsa Chica-Heil
- Most everywhere else...