As someone who does (or doesn’t) maintain the landscape of a residential or commercial property, you may have heard that mulch is vital for weed control and essential for water retention. However, what is mulch and what makes so many home and business owners want to purchase it every spring (aside from what we just mentioned?)
As a leading provider of mulch in Bucks County, PA, and many other surrounding areas of NJ and DE, we would like to shed some light on what mulch is and what makes it such a great material.
What is it?
Simply put, mulch is a material that’s placed around plants and on the surface of soil that aids in both enriching and insulating the soil.
If you use mulch, you can accomplish a variety of things:
- Keep soil cool in the summer and warm in the winter
- Help essential organisms, such as earthworms, make the soil healthy
- Enhance the soil’s drainage and structure
- Eliminate the stress put on shallow-rooted plants
- Suppress weed growth and conserve moisture
What’s the ideal mulch?
One that’s not only affordable for you, but that’s readily available, stays in place, is easy to apply, and contains some organic materials.
What type of mulch do we sell here at Duke Transport?
Well, we offer a wide variety of mulch for both commercial and residential landscape projects all over Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and even parts of Delaware. Some of the types of mulch we offer include black and brown dyed hardwood mulch, red dyed mulch, as well as mulch for playgrounds. Either one of our hardwood or dyed mulches is perfect to place around trees and/or flower beds. Plus, if you’re looking for a company that will deliver mulch fast so your landscape project can be completed sooner rather than later, Duke Transport is the company you need to call.
In addition to offering mulch, we also deliver topsoil, sand, and stone to customers in Quakertown, PA, and many other surrounding communities. To learn more about our company and the products we provide, please browse our site. To schedule a delivery, please fill out a contact form or call 215-478-6700.