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Cedar Mulch Installed

Cedar Mulch installed in Houston, Tex
Cedar Mulch installed in Houston, Tex

Cedar Mulch Installed


This service includes installing top quality Cedar Mulch with a depth of approximately 3" for landscaping beds that have been previously mulched. It also it includes light weeding and fertilizer for the beds. We require a 3 cubic yard minimum purchase and the property must be within our service area.

Purchase & Install

The advantages of mulching are vast, but we will just talk about 6 of the biggest advantages.

Controls Weeds. Through the use of mulch you can limit the amount of weeds that spring up in the open spaces of your garden. The mulch acts as a barrier, limiting the amount of sunlight that can find its way to the weeds.

Retains Moisture. Organic mulches absorb water. Organic and non-organic varieties both cover the soil and limit evaporation. Retaining moisture, especially during hot, dry seasons can not only help your plants, but it can also help out your water bill.

Prevents Soil Erosion. Mulching not only keeps existing water trapped in the soil, it also keeps rain water from washing away your soil. It does this by breaking the fall of the water and therefore lessening the force when the water impacts the ground.

Maintains Soil Nutrients. No only does mulch keep soil nutrients from being washed away with the rain, but it also can release nutrients into the soil if you are using an organic material. This happens as the organic material slowly decomposes on top of the soil.

Controls Pests. Using certain types of mulch, such as cedar mulch, can deter certain pests since the cedar mucl has natural oils that act as insect repellant. To reap the full benefits, be sure to find a mulch that is very fragrant, as it will have the greatest effect on insects. We use only top quality mulches and soil mixes.

Polishes up your Garden. Mulch can give a garden a finished look by filling in the empty spaces while being one of the easiest fillers to maintain. Grass, groundcovers and other fillers may take extensive care, such as mowing and watering, as well as competing for resources with your garden plants. mulch is easy to care for and never competes with your other plants.