Chatham Property Maintenance provides landscaping/sod installation service throughout Savannah and surrounding areas. On a recent project Chatham Property Maintenance installed one pallet of St. Augustine sod at a beautiful home located on The Landings. For this St. Augustine Sod Installation landscaping project we also had to bring in topsoil to level the ground Our St.
Chatham Property Maintenance takes pride in our process for preparing lawn for sod installation. We provide professional sod installation services for three types of sods common to the Savannah, Georgia area. These grasses that are common to the Savannah area are Centipede, St. Augustine and Zoysia. Preparing lawn for sod installation is a key process
Since 2009 Chatham Property Maintenance has provided hardscaping services to both resdiential and commercial property owers and managers. We can add some hardscape to your landscape. We provide all types of hardscaping from plant bed borders, driveways, retaining walls, and everything in between. Call or text for your free hardscaping quote: 912-988-3832
Chatham Property Maintenance provides landscaping Savannah GA, Pooler, Richmond Hill, Rincon and Guyton. Since 2009 Chatham Property Maintenance has offered irrigation systems installation, Sod Installation, Land Grading, Drainage solutions. Plant Beds, Flower Beds, Mulch, Landscaping Rocks, Koi Ponds. If you are looking for professional landscaping services Chatham Property Maintenance provides complete landscaping solutions. Drainage
Our process for patio paver installation We first determine the size of the area in which pavers will be installed Example: A 10-foot-by-10-foot area is 100 square feet. Building a good foundation – This is key to ensure that your newly installed pavers will provide you with years of enjoyment. A good base starts with
Savannah Pine Straw Call or Text 912-988-3832 For your large or small orders of Pine Straw We here at Chatham Property Maintenance install and sell only the finest quality slash (long needle) type straw in Savannah, Georgia. It is hand-raked at the optimal time to ensure that only the freshest straw is baled and to