Sod Grass

All Square Lawn Care offers the best turf varieties commonly grown in North Texas and can appropriately help you choose the best type of sod to meet your sod installation needs. We work with preferred vendors who supply us fresh sod harvested less than 24 hours before delivery. In order to achieve such a fresh product, all of our grass is specially ordered up to 2 weeks in advance and assists us in providing a top-quality product.

Step 1

Locate and mark sprinkler heads

Step 2

Remove any current vegetation

Step 3

Till existing soil to a depth of 4-6 inches

Step 4

Spread topsoil (if needed) and finish any necessary grade work

Step 5

Install Sod

Step 6

Water and roll grass into place

Step 7

Perform irrigation audit

Step 8

Discuss watering recommendations

Zoysia grass thrives in warm temperatures, making it a popular choice for Texas lawns. It does well in both sun or shaded areas.

3 types of Zoysia in North Texas are:


Palisades Zoysia is a medium textured, high density turf suitable for home lawns. Palisades is also noted for its shade tolerance and low water use requirements. This makes it a great choice for dryer areas and neighborhoods with dense tree canopies.


Emerald Zoysia grass enjoys full sunlight, and is both drought and heat tolerant. It offers a dense, lush cover that easily drowns out invasive species, making weed control easier than some of its regional counterparts.


Cavalier is a fine textured Zoysia grass that works well for home lawns, golf course fairways and tee boxes. Not as shade tolerant as St. Augustine but is superior to most Bermudas.
Not sure which breed of Zoysia grass you’re growing? Let our pros conduct a consultation and provide you with expert lawn care advice. All breeds of Zoysia grass are considered perennial plants, giving them a long life throughout each season. Perennials bloom twice per year, meaning your Zoysia grass renews itself twice annually. This pattern gives you a soft, dense ground cover that lasts the year round. Zoysia grass thrives with three (of the recommended 5-8) fertilizer applications in the spring and summer seasons. This can be tricky in North Texas, as you want to avoid heat-induced chemical burns in your lawn. Unlike some other common Texas breeds, Zoysia grass responds well to low, frequent mowing. This, as well as fertilization schedules, can be a lot for busy home owners to keep up with. While your bed of Zoysia grass may be less vulnerable to heat and insects, aerating is important. Due to its density, you want to make sure your topsoil remains breathable. For expert tips on this and other lawn care concerns, call us or fill out an online consultation request to get great advice on caring for different grass types.
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3 types of Bermuda in North Texas are:

Bermuda 419

419 – native to Africa and has excellent wear, drought, and salt tolerance. It is used primarily on golf courses, athletic fields, and tennis courts. It becomes dormant (turns brown) in cold weather and is commonly over seeded with rye-grass to maintain green winter color. Bermuda grass grows and spreads rapidly.

Bermuda Common

Common – Bermuda grass is a longstanding Texas favorite because it withstands a broad range of climates and soil types. Resistant to both droughts and floods common Bermuda fares well in the varying weather patterns of our region. Common Bermuda grass offers a course, low-maintenance turf that’s ideal for large fields as well as residential lawns


Tiftuf – is a newer species of Bermuda grass, specifically designed for versatility. It is widely utilized for its tolerance to both heat and cold, shade and sunlight, heavy use and rapid greening in the spring time. While all breeds of Bermuda grass stand up well to drought, they still need a reasonable amount of irrigation. If you see your Bermuda with drooping blades, you will need to increase watering to keep it healthy. Bermuda grass responds best to a very close shave, around two inches from the topsoil. Keeping your lawn trimmed at that level can be tricky with a typical mower, but All Square has the proper training and equipment to handle the job!

3 types of St Augustine in North Texas are:

St. Augustine grass is a favorite in our region, due to its resilience in both hot and cold weather. It stays green much longer than most other Texas grasses, and can withstand multiple winter frosts before going dormant.


Palmetto is less likely than others to get thatchy, even in heat spells, which makes it a lush and even ground cover. It's rich, dark green in color, very cold tolerant and performs well in the sun and shade.


Raleigh is native to North Carolina, and has been transplanted to Texas via sod grass installation. It’s both heat and cold hardy, just like Palmetto, but tends to need a bit more iron and irrigation in the summertime. Raleigh is a very cold hardy St Augustine that is medium green in color and is shade tolerant.

Del Mar

Del Mar is very cold tolerant and grows well in full sun. It has the best shade tolerance of any St Augustine. It also has a superior green color and maintains excellent winter color.

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