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Well now that you put this way I would like to satart from the very first step I order to recive the outmost lawn for my family and I to in joy for a good amount of time.

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What type of sod are you putting out. Pretty much what Steve said but can throw in a few more steps. To strip the other its easiest to rent a sod cutter

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First you strip the topsoil of any vegetation. next you roll out the sod nice and even. next you water it every day for a few weeks. next you enjoy your beautiful lawn. dont forget to fertilise it a few times every year

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