Soil + Mulch + Gravel

Tree and shrub maintenance is all about pruning, trimming, thinning, deadheading and hedging.

Mulch can be very beneficial for your home property, helping retain moisture in the warmer months and keeping your garden insulated during the winter. Deciding whether you need mulch for your residential landscaping can be difficult, which is why we can help you assess your lawn.

The Benefits of Mulch

Mulch is laid on the top layer of soil around your plants in your garden and even at the base of trees and shrubs to prevent weeds from growing, reduce compaction, and promote nutrition in the soil. It can also help maintain an even temperature as the seasons change. In the summer, it can conserve water by retaining moisture and encourage root moisture. In addition, adding mulch can give your property a consistent appearance.

With so many benefits to mulching, it can be a great investment to keep your landscape healthy, beautiful, and season-ready. Our team can help you decide which type of mulch would be most beneficial for your specific property type and region.