Hometown (Olathe, KS) offers residential services such as: mulching and seeding / sodding. We also perform landscaping, irrigation installation and sprinkler repair, drainage solutions and concrete flatwork to the following cities: Olathe, Overland Park, Leawood, Lenexa, Mission Hills, Shawnee, Spring Hill, Stanley and Stilwell within Johnson County, KS.

Seeding

Seeding in our local prominent clay should be considered a fine art. Making sure you have just the right amount of sun, food, water and proper drainage can be a real trick. But it’s what you need to do for success. Full-sun, shade or heavy traffic are all challenges we face. Understanding the technical aspect of the various seed blends lends to success in seeding. Thankfully, we have the know-how to confront all tests these lawns throw at us.

Sodding
new sod
New fescue sod installed.

I like to refer to sod as the “Instant-Grassification” part of residential lawn care. Sod installation is a service we know intimately. It’s not uncommon for us to unroll a 125,000+ yds in a year. That’s a lot of grass! Whether you are looking for a redo of your existing yard, or have a new construction project, we’re the company to call for turn-key sod installation. We have experience in all facets of sod installation.

Be it residential, commercial, private and public, we do it all. We also offer temporary watering for your new sod, if needed.

Restoration

Restoration, in this sense, is performing an action to improve the density of the residential lawn. Specific activities are to either aerate of verticut and overseed. Aeration is NOT done at the same time as any seeding activity. It’s sole purpose is to lower the soil compaction/density to allow the turf roots to expand and grow. Verticutting is ALWAYS done with seeding. It is the action of running a slicing machine across the lawn to both remove thatch and create a slightly disturbed area in the soil for a proper seedbed. Check out our Blog post to determine the best action for you this year. So You Want Your Yard Back…