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Original Message Depends...
I guess it depends on your idea of hard
work ....
Yes, you can do it yourself, but to do
it properly, it can entail a lot of hard
work. The soil needs to be removed a min
of 6-8" with gravel and sand added to
form a stable base. The sod removal is
the toughest part - anything more than a
few sq yds may easily take an afternoon.
The more clay in your soil and the more
weeds and grass roots, the more
difficult removal will be.

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