Varsity Inc. helps contractors and builders control erosion on their job sites during and after work is completed through planting and installing seed. Why is grass used for erosion control? Stormwater can quickly change a landscape when there is no vegetation to slow it. When work is being done on a site, it may not be possible to preserve all the native vegetation. One of the most effective means to control erosion over a large area is to stabilize the soil through vegetation and root growth. This preserves the topsoil and makes sure what nutrients are already there are preserved for a more permanent solution later.
While temporary erosion control measures are important to preserving the land, for slope stabilization, and controlling pollution, when vegetation needs to be replaced, Varsity has the solutions you need.
We have solved erosion control issues for hundreds of jobsites across Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Our erosion control grass re-seeding and fertilizing methods make sure the landscape you leave behind is as pristine as it was before the job began.