SERVICES

Drill Seeding

Drill seeding: is the preferred method of seed planting since the seed is placed in the ground, giving better protection and seed to soil contact. Less seed is necessary for germination and a good stand of grass. This process not only provides for a good planting success rate, but it also reduces your cost. 
 

Conventional Seeding

Conventional Seeding: Florida Hydroseeding & Erosion Control has invested in a wide range of conventional seeding equipment to enable successful completion of seeding contracts on the broad range of soil types found within Florida. Sites may range from high quality sports pitches to large scale land reclamation schemes. 

Renewable Energy Services

FHEC has been performing the following Renewable Energy Services for over 10 years. These services start at the beginning of each project with Erosion Control including silt fencing, tree protection, turbidity barriers, and dust control. FHEC also has the equipment and experience to install underground cables / utilities utilizing our  John Deere Dozer outfitted with a Bron  cable plow  our Vermeer Trenching equipment and our excavators.  FHEC has the capability to form and pour equipment pads for inverters and modular control buildings. And of course the seeding of these large tracks of land is part of the job. 

FHEC has the specialized equipment and experience to perform solar panel maintenance that includes removal and  replacements, and washing / cleaning .

PVC Pond Liners

A Variable PVC Pond Liner can also be available, like PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride) and HDPE (High Density Poly Ethylene).These liners aren’t as flexible as rubber. A PVC Pond Liner is often used on big holding ponds when economy is a greater concern than versatility. 
Huge ponds require a Pond Liner that is secure for fish and aquatic plant existence, low-cost, simple to install and long lasting. Polyethylene fits the bill. Medium-density Polyethylene consists of as much as 5 percent carbon black, which creates it highly UV stable and suited to outdoor living. Twenty and 30 mm polyethylene can be custom-made according for your specifications.

Fabric Formed Concrete

Fabric formed concrete is designed to provide the least possible environmental impact. The fabric used in the forms filters the concrete mix, allowing excess mixing water to escape while retaining the cement solids. EL and EB forms have been designed to provide defined areas that can be cut out after installation so that native vegetation can be planted or seeded to create a more natural appearance. The linings and mats are free of hazardous projections that could endanger pedestrians, animals, vehicles, or boats. 
 

Silt Fencing

A silt fence, or filter fence, is a temporary sediment control device used on construction sites to protect water quality in nearby streams, rivers, lakes and bays from sediment (loose soil) in storm water runoff. A typical fence consists of a piece of synthetic filter fabric (also called a geotextile) stretched between a series of wooden or metal fence stakes along a horizontal contour level. The stakes are installed on the downhill side of the fence, and the bottom edge of the fabric is trenched into the soil and backfilled on the uphill side. The storm water slowly passes through the fence while depositing its sediments on the uphill side of the fence. The fence is not designed to concentrate or channel storm water. The fence is installed on a site before soil disturbance (earth moving) begins, down-slope from the disturbance area.

Hydroseeding

Hydroseeding: is called for in areas where soil has been disturbed. It’s an attempt to prevent erosion and establish new vegetation. In hydroseeding, seed mixtures combined with water are hydraulically applied to soil. The mixtures include the seed appropriate to the soil and/or weather conditions, such as warm- or cool-season grass seed, and can include such amendments as fertilizers, wood-fiber mulch, and tackifier, all of which help hold down the soil while plants become established. 

Erosion Control

FHEC has all the required equipment and experienced field crews to properly install Erosion Control materials such as but not limited to: Silt Fence, Floating and Staked Turbidity Barriers, Tree Protection, Turf Reinforcement Mats with Anchors, Orange Safety Fencing, Articulating Block, Retaining Walls, and Geotextile Fabrics.

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