A stronger and more economical lawn is produced by hydroseeding. The roots are stronger and deeper, though it takes up to three months to establish. We are very fond of hydroseeding and feel it is the best choice when establishing a new lawn. Most people find the time constraints limiting and choose the faster method of laying a sod lawn down. Hydroseeding takes 14 days to establish, and then you are ready to go.
A successful sod lawn starts with proper soil preparation. Since our goal is to help you have a successful lawn, just call and speak with us about starting your project.
Hydroseeding is a fast, cost effective way to have a beautiful new lawn that all will envy and enjoy.
Hydroseeding costs only a little more than the old fashioned methods that combine dry seeding techniques and a messy straw mulch.
Your new hydroseeded lawn costs less than 1/4 the cost of laying sod, and in a few weeks you will have
a beautiful, stronger rooted lawn with no need to worry if the sod will take.
Hydroseed is a combination of seed and a protective mulch covering that is green in appearance. Once you have decided to have your area sprayed, we will choose with you a special blend of seeds that will work best for the conditions and requirements you have. Some of theses factors may be the amount of sun and shade on your property, the type of terrain and soil you have, and if you have children or pets.
Your lawn will be spray hydroseeded with a professional, high quality, certified turf mix. The time of germination will depend on the weather conditions, the time of year you apply,the amount of water available, and the area you live in as well as other possible factors.
Usually grass blades will be visible in 7-10 days, a few days slower in cold weather or the hottest part of summer.
You will be surprised at how inexpensive it is to have a truly outstanding lawn. We are trained professionals who have been providing hydroseeding, erosion control and landscape services for over 25 years.
Let our expert team and seeding specialists help you to grow the beautiful, lush lawn you have always wanted.
Two major types of species of grass in California
Cool grasses: most popular with supplemental irrigation- challenge with low water to keep green. Fescue blends most popular with home owners
Warm season grasses: go dormant during the winter months, usually Californians don’t care for the winter brown lawn. These grasses use 20% less water than cool season grasses.
We offer a wide variety of Services to our Residential Customers
Our Residential Lawn Hydroseeding and overseeding services are not limited to grass seed only, we also provide Wildflowers, Clover, or Alfalfa seeding services along with many others for pastures and farmland (Just Ask).
Give us a call to get more information about our available landscape services.
Our seeding systems are the fastest, easiest and least expensive way to seed your lawn.
Seed, hydroseeding mulch, tackifier and fertilizer are all applied in one fast easy step. There is no straw required. The contact of the seed with water gives faster germination.
The hydro mulch will not stain if it accidentally gets on walks, driveways or houses.
Erosion Control blends for highway and subdivision work is a fast, cost effective way to provide premium erosion control. It is a mixture of fiber mulch, grass seed, fertilizer, a bonding agent, and water. It is sprayed onto bare soil and in a couple of weeks you will have a beautiful new lawn.
Bonded Fiber Matrix
BFM is a commonly used by Cal Trans and County agencies. BFM is applied in three to four applications cross directionally. This is good for 6+ months of coverage.
Application rates depend on terrain Better Density, Faster wear recovery, Better wintering
Straw Wattles are long tubular, rolls of mocious weed-free rice straw, wrapped in black plastic netting. They are approximately 8 inches in diameter and 25-30 feet long. Staked into place along hillsides that have been recently constructed or disturbed, the rolls will last for 3-5 years and are particularly useful in preventing erosion by trapping and holding sediment on the slopes. They are an excellent short term solution to reestablishing natural vegetation on hillsides.