4 Ways to Beautify with Mulch
Retain Moisture During Texas Heat with these Mulching Services
Have a fresh layer of double-ground hardwood tree bark applied to your landscape beds.
Revamp your flower bed with a “bed clean-out” where our team removes unwanted grass and weeds.
Weed mat installation significantly helps prevent future weed and grass growth in mulched areas.
Metal edging adds an additional barrier to stop turf from entering garden beds.
Dream Up some Curb Appeal with these Great Mulch Options
What are the Benefits of Mulching?
Many people think that mulching is just a method for controlling weeds, but it’s actually one of the best ways to achieve an attractive and damage-resistant lawn. A few of the benefits of mulching include:
• Mulching retains soil moisture in hot Texas lawns.
• Mulching prevents erosion in the soil.
• Mulching minimizes compaction from rain.
• Mulching can increase the nutrients in the soil.
Xeriscaping and Rock Beds
Drought-proof your landscaping
In addition to an effective form of weed control, it is one of the best ways to save on water
in your landscaping during droughts & significant Texas heat.
Instantly add curb appeal to areas of your lawn with excessive shade or poor drainage with natural rock.
Our team will remove debris, weeds, mulch & grass, and level the space.
To protect against future grass or weed growth, we install weed matting.
Finish off the look with optional metal edging to keep rocks in & turf out.
Great for Lawns with Excessive Shade
Saves Money on Water
Pick the Look You Love & We’ll do the Rest
Not quite yet. 😉
While we don’t install plants, design elements, or large boulders, we are happy to assist you with the planning, layout, and placement of your rock bed area.
Yes! We do install Lueder pavers (which are typically 3’x3’ or less). Unfortunately, we do not have the equipment to move larger pavers or boulders.
This will require a sales representative to measure your flowerbeds and assess the cost of bed mulching.
If you just have soil, you will see all the water run-off and an increase of weeds! Also, you will need to water your plants much more frequently as you lack the protective barrier which significantly retains more water in the soil.
We use a double ground (not big and chunky) hardwood tree bark. Not ground-up wood. Because of this, it contains a great deal more nutrition for your plants. As it decomposes it greatly improves the soil in your flower beds and or gardens!
Bed Mulching helps conserve water which has a great environmental impact!
By mulching your landscape, you use less water on your plants. This contributes to reducing loads of water that American’s use on lawns. How does mulch conserve water? Mulching cools the soil and, as a result, the roots remain cool year-round. Cooler roots have a higher tolerance to the drought of summer and the frosts of winter. Additionally, cooler soil means less watering since the water does not evaporate as quickly within cool soil. In return, there is less need for water as the ground is able to hold onto water for longer!
Read more about the environmental impact of mulching here
Austin Water’s “Landscape Survival Tools Rebate” offers money back to eligible homeowners seeking to keep a healthy lawn while reducing water usage.
The City of Austin offers a rebate of “$40 for at least 2 cubic yards (54 cubic feet) of mulch”. Click here to see if you qualify!