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Wood chips offer a low cost alternative to bark mulch. Wood chips are typically spread 2-4 inches thick because they will decompose faster than bark mulch. A benefit of wood chips is that the shredded leaves will decompose and provide a natural fertilizer to the soil.
Wood chips can also be used to cover large areas to simply control growth of unwanted vegetation.
We can also deliver wood chips to you. Please call us at 774-245-1336 to discuss your woodchip plans or needs.
We have high quality, locally produced compost. Compost is created from large quantities of leaves (brown matter) and grass clippings. Heat generated from the decomposing process makes weed seeds inert. Compost is most often used to supplement soil that has been depleted of nutrients. The compost is also capable of holding moisture longer. Compost can be spread across a lawn (top dressing) without affecting the appearance of the lawn. Giving the grass a new, natural source of required nutrients, and a way to keep the roots moist.
Compost can also be added to vegetable gardens and flower beds for the same reason.
We can deliver or install compost.
Compost is available as unscreened (may contain sticks, rocks, etc), or 1/2" screened (no objects larger than 1/2 inch). Please call us at 774-245-1336 to discuss your compost plans or needs.
Spring in New England reveals the effects of a harsh winter. One of the first things that should be done in the spring is a spring cleanup to remove any debris collected over the winter and then new bark mulch should be applied to flower beds. We start by cleaning out all of the collected leaves and other debris that winter has left behind. We then edge the flower beds to ensure that grass does not start to creep into the flower beds. This also creates a cleaner look and makes lawn maintenance easier. Once the beds are prepped, we spread the bark mulch to ensure even coverage. This keeps weeds at bay over the course of the summer. Please call us today at 774-245-1336 to schedule a time to spread or deliver bark mulch today.
Summer and winter storms in New England tend to bring down a lot of branches and sometimes trees. The October 2011 snowstorm comes to mind, and the increase of severe thunderstorms during recent summers. This leaves quite a mess and these large pieces of wood do not break down easily. Burning is an option, but it produces a lot of hazardous particulates, takes a long time and leaves a messy pile of ash in your yard. We offer storm damage cleanup and brush removal to quickly and easily remove large piles of branches and trees. Please call us today at 774-245-1336 to schedule a time to cleanup any storm damage or remove brush.