Valor Environmental uses commercial hydroseeding to help restore soil impacted and uprooted by invasive construction projects. Hydroseeding is a fast-acting and environmentally-friendly solution to help stabilize soil and prevent further erosion of the construction site.

Our hydroseeding machines lay grass, straw, and mulch 10x faster than hand and cost less.

We also offer commercial and residential hydroseeding for homes and land development projects that require quick and scalable solutions to regrow their lawn, fields, or native vegetation.

What is Hydroseeding?

Hydroseeding is composed of a slurry made from grass seeds, mulch, fertilizer, tackifiers, and biostimulants designed to promote revegetation and prevent soil erosion. You’ve probably seen hydroseeding done before on residential properties or the side of the highway, as it will have a fresh green-tinted dye to the mix.

Thanks to the rich compound of tackifiers and mulch, grass seeds can stick to the ground, establish deep root systems, and be protected from the elements while they grow.

Hydroseeding is incredibly cost-efficient and requires less labor than laying down sod or sewing seeds the traditional way. For this reason, Valor Environmental employs hydroseeding to disturbed vegetation areas during and after construction projects to prevent soil erosion and slow down stormwater runoff.

Benefits of Hydroseeding in Construction

Hydroseeding is much more fasting-acting than sod or sowing seeds via traditional methods and costs less to do so.

Hydroseeding is also incredibly efficient because the slurry protects grass seeds and allows them to establish deep and permanent root systems, so disrupted areas will return to normal within weeks.

Valor Environmental tailors each hydroseeding treatment to their customer's needs, including grassy terrain, straw, or regrowing flower mixes. Plus, the slurry is versatile enough to work perfectly on hills and large slopes with uneven terrain for land development projects that require quick and scalable solutions.

Prevents Soil Erosion

Stabilizes Soil


Environmentally Friendly

Available for Grass, Straw, and Flowers



Residential Hydroseeding

Our residential hydroseeding services can regrow your lawn, garden, or field in a matter of days to weeks, thanks to the fast-acting compounds we use in our slurry. In addition, our residential hydroseeding services are safe, environmentally friendly, and much more cost-effective than DIY sod or sowing seeds.

Hydroseeding for Commercial Projects


Hydroseeding prevents permanent soil erosion, slows down stormwater runoff, and restores vegetation in a matter of weeks. We use hydroseeding after all of our construction projects to help restore the environment to its natural setting and help contractors comply with local and federal laws.

Land Development

The fast-acting compounds in hydroseeding make it the perfect tool for quick revegetation during land development projects that are subject to lots of oversight. All that's required is an abundant and available water source, and our commercial hydroseeding services can restore your land mass to new in no time.

Highways and Road

Valor Environmental can employ fast-acting hydroseeding services to help restore disrupted vegetation surrounding highway projects. Help make your city and state look green again with new and improved grass seeds.

Golf Courses and Ballparks

Hydroseeding is perfect for golf courses and baseball fields that require something large and scalable enough to apply evenly. Our hydroseeding trucks can help you quickly restore native vegetation or grow new grass varieties to stabilize your recreational fields so that your project can be completed as soon as possible.

Hydroseeding Service Areas

Valor Environmental provides Hydroseeding services to residents in the following states.

  • All Major Florida Metros
  • Southern Alabama
  • Houston, Austin, and San Antonio, Texas
  • Atlanta Metro and Savannah, Georgia
  • Charlotte, Raleigh, and Triad, North Carolina
  • Columbia, Greenville, Charleston, and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • Nashville, Tennessee
  • Southern Mississippi
  • Indianapolis, Indiana