If you enjoy having a lush lawn that helps enhance the look of your landscape, then hydromulching is a service that’s worth looking into. It’s essentially a mixture of seed, mulch, binder, and fertilizer that gets sprayed onto the ground outside your home. It’s a fast and economical way to have grass planted outside of your home, especially when compared to laying sod. If this is something you’re interested in, then it’s important to approach it the right way. At Southern California Hydroseed we’d like to share the tips below to help ensure this happens.
1. Hire a Professional
While the process of hydromulching is seemingly simple, it’s much more complex when it comes to actually doing the labor. Not only do you have to have the right supplies, you also have to have the right equipment. Without these things, you wouldn’t end up with the results that you desire. By hiring a professional you avoid the expense of purchasing all the equipment and reduce your stress knowing a trained and experience is taking care of the hydromulching process for you.
2. Set Your Expectations
When you meet with your landscaper to discuss how hydromulching can benefit you, they will describe the process, which includes how long you can expect to wait to see grass grow. This will ensure you set your expectations properly and can anticipate exactly when you’ll begin to see your lush lawn come to life.
Last but not least, it’s crucial to have maintenance done in order to keep your lawn looking great. A landscaper can help with this on a set schedule to help reduce stress and the frustration that landscaping can sometimes bring on.