One Year Warranty

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Product Quality

Enjoy the peace of protection with the NG Turf One Year Warranty. For 12 months after the date of purchase, NG Turf will provide replacement grass and a personal visit from one of our turfgrass professionals – at no cost. NG Turf does not and will not provide any labor or labor costs to remove or reinstall new sod. Warranty is provided after confirmation of a customary program of fertility and other maintenance. Warranty does not mean or include weed free grass growth because weed prevention is a seasonal part of a lawn maintenance program.

Spring Green Up

Warm season turfgrass (Bermuda and Zoysia) delivered while dormant in the fall or winter is guaranteed to “green up” the following spring, assuming proper installation and winter care.*

*During dormancy, water management is critical. Dormant sod needs enough water to keep the upper one to two inches of the soil profile moist. Most winters in our climate provide adequate natural rainfall, however, occasional dry periods can occur. Wind, low humidity and freezing temperatures can further dry the soil, and the resulting damage to the sod could be severe. The month of March is often warm and dry, presenting a high risk of damage to dormant sod. Please refer to “Installing Dormant Sod” found in the resources section.

Should your turf not green up by June 30, or should too little sod survive the winter to generate acceptable turf quality, we will supply the sod requested for necessary repairs, not to exceed the quantity of the original order. Please note, NG Turf does not and will not provide any labor or labor costs to remove unsuitable sod or to reinstall new sod.

Fescue

Fescue is a cool season grass and sensitive to extreme heat. If you choose to purchase Fescue during the summer, we will make every effort to assure sod success, including same day harvest and delivery of Fescue. However, we cannot guarantee the survivability of Fescue when delivered under conditions that typically occur in the summer.

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