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Hydroseeding Winter Park, Fraser, Tabernash, & Grand County, CO

Large plots of commercial, farm, or residential land can gain erosion control and healthy grass coverage with our available hydroseeding service.

Get A Consultation Call (970) 887-9445

We offer hydroseeding services in Grand County, CO, including Winter Park, Fraser, Tabernash, Granby, and others.

Our professionals will bring back vitality and fight erosion at a fraction of the cost of laying down sod.

We have just completed hydroseeding services for a large property owner in Winter Park.

Our hydroseeding service is available for large developments, municipalities, commercial applications, excavated land, and some smaller residential needs. Hydroseeding is done to fight erosion and to bring back vitality to cleared land. This process will reinvigorate the growth of new grass. We have the equipment and experience to complete the job safely and in an efficient manner.

At Alpine Landscape Service, our professionals are ready to serve in Grand County, CO, including the towns of Winter Park, Fraser, Tabernash, Granby, and the nearby communities in Colorado.


Hydroseeding Process Quickly Covers Large Areas of Land Using a Combination of Seed, Fertilizer, & Mulch

A mix of water, fertilizer, mulch, and seeds are combined together to form a “slurry,” which is transported in a large tank. The tank is kept under pressure and sprayed from a hose to the desired area from the back of the truck.

Clients who are looking for hydroseeding services often need to re-establish large areas of land with organic life. Some lots or clearings are too large for sod laying, where the cost would be unmanageable. The procedure can be completed in large residential lawns if needed, but our team mostly uses this treatment on larger parcels of land.

The process is the quickest way to cover a swath of land with renewed growth, and can often result in quicker grass growth.


Hydroseeding Produces Grass Quicker than Regular Seeding

With the nutrient-rich slurry provided in our service, healthy grass usually begins to grow in 15-30 days, depending on irrigation, weather, and various other factors. Many clients choose hydroseeding for larger areas because it is cost-effective and leads to natural grass growth. Regular seeding is not as effective in producing quick results in large areas.

Hydroseeding provides a healthy mixture of water and fertilizer, which promotes seed germination quickly.

We commonly provide this service for the following applications:

  • Municipality needs
  • Erosion control
  • Commercial customers
  • Developments
  • Excavated land
  • Some residential clients with large property plots

Other Names for Hydroseeding & Information About the Specialized Equipment Used

Our team members have performed hydroseeding for a number of Fraser properties that were large.

Properly applying hydroseeding requires experience and special equipment. The service is also commonly called hydromulch, hydraulic mulch, seeding, or reclamation, and requires gear not typically available for DIY.

Our team uses a Finn machine pulled behind a heavy duty truck. Atop the machine sits a large tank with hoses used to spread the slurry. Longer hoses can be used to reach areas where the truck cannot access.

Our team can apply the slurry from a tower on our trailer quickly and efficiently for maximum coverage using an even, pressurized stream.


Call for commercial or residential hydroseeding services that will control erosion and provide coverage of healthy growth.

At Alpine Landscape Service, we’re geared up and ready to serve clients in need of erosion control or coverage of land with healthy growth. Call (970) 887-9445 today to have our hydroseeding service performed for your commercial or residential property in Winter Park, Fraser, Tabernash, Granby, Grand Lake, Hot Sulphur Springs, %%targetrarea7%%, and all of Grand County, Colorado.

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