Lawn Installation Service CT

Lawn Installation Service CT

Girgenti Landscaping has been performing Lawn Installation Services in CT and repairs for over a decade with approximately forty percent of our business coming from new lawn installation and repairs. Our Lawn Installation Services in CT use the highest quality materials and owns arguably the most advanced lawn equipment made today. We offer many different products for residential and commercial customers.

The question we get asked the most about our Lawn Installation Services in CT is “how much do you charge per square foot?” The cost to any job is a key ingredient but the customer must know what they are buying. Chris reviews with all customers what best fits their needs and provides you with pricing.

100% Wood Mulch

  • Provides excellent growth medium
  • Provides longer soil protection
  • Exhibits very good erosion control properties
  • Retains color longer
  • Can be used anytime of the year
  • Can be used on flat areas up to slope applications

Typical rates:
Flat service: 1,200 – 1,500lbs/acre
Slope: 2,000lbs – 2,500/lbs/acre

Flexible Growth Mediums
“Wood Mulch on Steroids”
A wood based product that combines chemical and mechanical binding to create a spray on product for erosion control on severe slopes. Training and certification often required

Typical rates: 4,000lbs/acre

Bonded Fiber Matrix
A wood based product that contains a proprietary blend of chemistry that creates a superior erosion control product

Typical rates: 3,000lbs/acre

Biotic Soil Medium
A topsoil alternative that accelerates the development of depleted soils/ substrates with low organic matter, low nutrient levels and limited biological activity. BSMs is not a direct replacement for expensive topsoil, but provides an abundant source of organic matter and soil building components to quickly modify soil chemistry, initiate growth establishment.
Lawn Installation Services in CT
Lawn Installation Services in Connecticut
Seed type and quality is the most important part of the hydroseeding slurry.
Low Quality Seed = Low Quality Results
Choosing the right seed is a combination of factors, growing area, soil type, area use, sun/shade conditions potential maintenance issues and other environmental and site issues.

In the Northeast most turf areas are comprised of some combination of the following:

  • Perennial Ryegrass – Provides fast germination and good coverage. Susceptible to drought and high traffic wear and damage.
  • Turf Type Fescues – Slower germination rates but develops excellent deep root systems for drought resistance and wear tolerance.
  • Kentucky Bluegrass – Slow to germinate but creates a beautiful luxurious lawn. Requires great amounts of follow up maintenance
  • Annual Rye Grass – An annual grass often used  to create quick cover on stock piles or other bare soils where temporary cover is wanted
  • Crown Vetch – A common vegetative solution for non mowable slopes.
  • Wild Flowers – Used to create interesting flowering areas in rustic or low maintenance areas.
  • Pasture Mixes – Specially developed grasses for use in horse or other animal pastures.
  • Native Seed Mixes – Seed mixes designed around indigenous species

After the seeding is done

It is important to remember that hydroseeding is an “installation method” that provides a superior environment for the spreading and germination of turf.
Development of the “Lush Lawn” is highly important on the follow up care provided. We provide the customer with a guideline for proper care of their newly seeded lawn. Chris will also follow up with any questions you have and provide you with any level of support needed.  Our service after the sale second to none.