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St. Augustine Grass - Bermuda Grass - Zoysia Grass - Buffalo and more
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Thanks for visiting our site! Landscaping Unlimited is the premiere sod grass installation company in the San Antonio area, including Kirby, New Braunfels, Schertz, Seguin, Universal City, Hondo, Windcrest and more. We offer:
Important: At this time we do not offer pick-up options and focus exclusively on new lawn sodding.
Is your yard in need of some TLC? Between the hot Texas summer and relatively unpredictable Texas winters, not to mention pets, the answer is probably yes. That's where we come in! We take pride in all of our installation jobs and will treat your lawn with the utmost care. Family owned and operated. We look forward to hearing from you.
Other areas of town served include Schertz Bandera, Christine, Geronimo, Grey Forest, Kingsbury, New Berlin, Santa Clara, Staples, Zuehl, Alamo Heights, Bulverde, Fair Oaks Ranch, Floresville, Helotes, Hondo, Kirby, Lackland AFB, Lakehills, Pleasanton, Selma, Terrell Hills, Windcrest and more. Install zoysia, celebration, Buffalo and other exotic grasses in any of these cities and areas of San Antonio today and receive top ranked customer service! No matter what your remodeling needs are, we can help! Some of our zoysia grass comes from Dallas Sod Grass and is always freshly cut on site. They have a great video on their site that shows how the sod farming process works.
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What about trees? Trees can usually be purchased from a nurseryman in any of three ways, depending on species and location. Trees make excellent shade options for new grass to thrive in and should be considered by anyone in San Antonio looking for help with their lawn.