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Los Angeles Sod Care Recommendations
Los Angeles, CA - February 12, 2021
Popular Sod Types in Long Beach
#1 Elite Plus
#3 St. Augustine
Los Angeles Climate Facts
|Annual Avg. Precipitation||16 in.|
|Days That Are Sunny||284 days|
|Rainy Days||34 days|
|Summer Temp. High||84 degrees|
|Winter Temp. Low||46 degrees|
Recent Customer Reviews
Great customer service, fast delivery and detailed instructions.
Noemi Zepeda, Los Angeles, Google
Easy ordering, reasonable pricing and delivery arrived when promised. And my new lawn looks great!
Peter Tolan, Los Angeles, Google
Best looking sod we've ever seen - thanks!
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The Lawn of Your Dreams in Los Angeles
Los Angeles is known as the “Creative Capital of the World,” and it is the home of the entertainment industry. One out of six residents in Los Angeles is employed in a creative industry. There are more actors, dancers, artists, writers, filmmakers, and musicians in the city than in any other city throughout history.
The neighborhood of Hollywood is the heart of the motion picture industry, with five major film studios, record labels, and the USC School of Cinematic Arts located there.
Los Angeles is also a center for cultural activities, sports, and commercial and financial businesses, so the city offers many opportunities for people from all walks of life.
There are abundant museums and art galleries in the community, such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Natural History Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Getty Center.
Other well-known attractions include the Hollywood sign, the Griffith Observatory, Venice Beach, the Huntington Library Art Collections and Gardens, the Santa Monica Pier, Grand Central Market, Rodeo Drive, and Universal Studios and CityWalk.
Those who enjoy professional sports will always have something to do in Los Angeles, since there are 11 professional sports teams in the area, including the Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Rams, and the Los Angeles Lakers.
In addition to the entertainment industry, the economy in the area is strengthened by the international trade, technology, aerospace, petroleum, and fashion industries. More recently, the city has seen an influx of cannabis-related businesses as well.
Major employers in Los Angeles include Kaiser Permanents, University of Southern California, Northrop Grumman Corp., Province Health and Services, Target Corp., Ralph’s/Food 4 Less, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Walt Disney Co., Allied Universal, and NBC Universal.
Originally home to the indigenous Tongva and Chumash tribes, the Los Angeles area was settled and ruled by Spain and then Mexico before the United States took control in 1847. By the late 1800s, the transcontinental Southern Pacific Railroad and Santa Fe Railroad were in full operation, which brought more people to the area, making it a major part of the transportation industry.
With a population of approximately 4 million people, Los Angeles is currently the second-most populous city in the United States, just behind New York City.
Most of the Los Angeles area has a Mediterranean climate with warm, sunny days and only about 35 days of measurable precipitation each year. During the fall and winter months, the Santa Ana winds bring drier, warmer weather into the area, increasing the risk of wildfires.
Neighborhoods we Service in Los Angeles, CA
- Bel Air
- Sherman Oaks
- Boyle Heights
- Echo Park
- Woodland Hills
- Pacific Palisades
- Valley Village
- Most everywhere else...