Complete. Landscaping. Seattle

"Wade was recommended to us by a reputable local garden store. We were lucky to find him. His work on our backyard landscaping project was masterful. Wade took our design and implemented it perfectly, helping us cut costs where we could, yet installing high quality equipment which has subsequently helped save us time and money over the long run.

Wade kept in close communication with us, and he and his employees always showed up on time. They were very respectful of our space and tried not to be too invasive in our lifestyle over the course of the project...We could not be more pleased with the results."

~ L. Howard, 11/5/04

Regarding lawn, what is the difference between hydroseed and sod?

For either of these methods, proper soil preparation is absolutely vital to healthy long-term success of a lawn. Hydroseeding is a process of mixing seed, fertilizer, a tackifier (to make seed stay in place on the soil surface until it roots), and a fiber mulch base into a slurry that is sprayed over the designated lawn area. It roots quickly and forms a strong, healthy lawn, typically in about three weeks.

Sod also requires proper soil preparation. It can be walked on sooner than hydroseeded lawn in some cases, thus we are more likely to recommend sod for families with children or pets.