I'd want confirmation that they were all the same type of grass and all the same cultivar. If so, it I wouldn't think it to be an issue.
I don't know what the best fix is so also wouldn't know if a proposed fix was the right one. I don't want to be demanding all be ripped out and replaced if there is another way to fix it or if nothing needs to be done.g-man said:What warranty you have on this job? if you dont like it, then have him fix it.
+1, not really an expert, but give you enough knowledge to be dangerous.high leverage said:I hate to say it. But if you want things done right you have to do it yourself. At a 1000ft2 it is an easy project for a homeowner. Have two pallets delivered and spend a few hours on installation. Save hundreds of $ and have the piece of mind knowing what grass you have and the satisfaction that YOU did the work. I'm not that old at 35 but have seen too many half @ss work that I rarely trust anyone but my own. Youtube can make you an expert on anything.
Sure, it could be an honest mistake. But I can see now that it would never be a good idea to intentionally use sod from multiple sources in a single yard. Plus the contractor said he was placing orders for items in the project, which the yard was just a small part of, weeks in advance. So its not making sense to me that no source had even 1000 sf in such a large market place. It definitely seems like he threw the dice when it wasn't necessary.Bunnysarefat said:Doesn't look right to me. Could have been an honest mistake. Sod places I have been to aren't exactly super organized and it's often chaotic.