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Hydroseeded Grass

Hydroseeding & Sod

We offer a wide range of hydroseeding and sod to help build a beautiful lawn!

  • Hydroseeding

  • New & Repair Sod

  • Fertilizers

  • Blanket & Native Grasses

A hydroseed lawn is an inexpensive, efficient alternative to using sod in areas where a living lawn is desired.

  • Better adaptability - A primary benefit of hydroseeded lawns is that you can choose whatever seed blend you’d like to use. This means if you have difficult soil, shade, or other tough conditions, you can choose the varieties of lawn that will best suit your landscape.

  • Greater disease resistance - Sod is made up of a single type of turfgrass, and any time you plant a single variety of plant, or monoculture, there is greater chance for widespread disease than when you plant a blend of multiple types of turf.

  • Saves money on large areas - Once your landscaper has set up the hydroseeding machine, it takes very little additional effort to spray lawn over a larger area than a small one. Contrast that with the high material and labor cost to install sod, and hydroseeding is the clear choice for large properties.

  • More attractive - While sod varieties are often chosen for their ability to withstand sitting in rolls on a pallet, you can choose whatever seed varieties you like when hydroseeding. If you prefer a finer-bladed grass, seeding is the way to go.

New Hydroseed
Nighttime work - Night Hydroseed
New Grass Install
Pro Hydroseed

Sod is sections of grass that has already grown, which is bound together by a root system or a thin layer of other bio-degradable material. 

  • Speed - Sod is the ideal choice for the prevention of erosion of exposed soil. Along with providing immediate cover and stabilization, sod can help control the velocity and direction of storm run-off and enhance drainage in areas where grass seed would typically be washed away.

  • Flexibility - Sod can be planted at any time of the year as long as the ground is not frozen, unlike seed which has a limited window when temperatures are not too hot or too cold.

  • Reliability - Grass seed can easily dry out, blow or get washed away, or fail to germinate, but a sod installation is already established.

  • Time savings - Once the sod has been laid and watered for two to three weeks you can begin to walk, run, or play on your newly installed lawn.

  • Forgiveness - Most varieties of sod are quite hardy and when properly installed and maintained will take root quickly compared to seed. While sod does require daily watering, there is a reduced risk of failure caused by neglect, loss of seeds to birds, or loss from wind or erosion.

Laying Sod
Fresh Sod
Established Sod
Newly Laid Sod
Sod at Lake Property
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