Neatly mulched beds improve the appearance of any landscape. Beyond its appearance, a layer of mulch provides many other benefits. Mulch protects the plants’ root systems and can add much-needed nutrients to the soil. Mulch allows the erosion of topsoil. Though applying mulch may seem like a chore, it can actually save you effort later in the season. Because mulch helps to prevent weeds and retain moisture, you’ll spend less time weeding and watering the landscape and spend more time enjoying it.
Let us take care of your beds as we start off with a fresh edge on all the beds, an edge along the beds better contains the mulch to the bed, and holds up under rough weather conditions. Apply pre-emergent for weed control, haul and spread mulch in all beds.
Whether it’s time for new mulch or just freshen up your existing mulch, we are here to make your landscape improvements. Choose from Double Processed Hardwood (natural brown), Designer Dyed Red, Chocolate (dark brown) or Gold.
When you prefer to do it yourself, calculate first:
• A three inch layer of mulch should be sufficient. Too much mulch can suffocate your plants. In areas where you simply want to keep anything from growing, lay it on as thick as you like.
• 3 cubic yards of mulch will cover roughly 500 sq ft at a 3 inch depth.
Call now to receive your free estimate, (815) 623-1331.