• The cost to hydroseed is a fraction of the cost to lay sod.
  • A hydroseeded lawn requires less water than a sodded lawn
  • When sod is harvested the roots are cut short and sometimes a sod job can fail.
  • The labor involved with hydroseeding is far less.
  • Sod needs to be installed properly.  Poorly done sod can fail


  • Hydroseeding is a one step process that reduces labor costs.
  • Straw has weed seed in it and hydroseed does not.
  • Straw can blow off or clump and needs to be raked off once the lawn is established
  • Hydroseeding is considered a premium way to seed but costs less than dry seeding. 


Hydroseeding is a fast, cost effective way to have a new lawn that will turn your neighbors green with envy.

Hydroseeding costs only a little more than old fashioned methods using dry seeding techniques combined with a messy straw mulch.

The cost to have your new lawn hydroseeded is less than 1/4 the cost of using sod, and in a few weeks you will have a better appearing lawn with no need to worry if the sod will take.

Your new lawn will be sprayed on.  The protective mulch covering has an attractive green appearance.  A special blend of seeds will be used that will be chosen for the conditions and requirements you have.  The factors that may go into the choice may be the amount of sun, shade, the terrain, the type of soil and if you have children or pets.

Your lawn will be hydroseeded with a tested, high quality, certified turf mix.  Germination time will depend on the weather, the time of year, the amount of water, the area you live in and other factors.  Usually grass will be visible in 5-7 days, a few days slower in cold weather or the hottest part of summer.