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Frequently Asked Questions

Can soil be blown in?

Mulch and topsoil are blown into place by air pressure in a quick clean and less expensive means than installing by hand. In most cases this is a cheaper option unless there is a significant amount of ground cover, areas to mulch are over 300 feet from the truck.

What is blowing soil?

With blowing in soil, the soil that you need is inside a truck, cutting down unsightly piles that create a mess. Accessibility – By using hose to place soil exactly where it needs to go, there is no damage from equipment to surrounding hardscape or softscape.

Can you garden with fill dirt?

Fill dirt is not as fine or pure as topsoil, and it lacks organic matter. It's also the layer beneath the topsoil in a garden or landscape. Fill dirt will, however, contain more stones, rocks, and dense earth that's ideal for filling holes.

What kind of dirt should I use for my Garden?

Fill dirt is organic, screened, and is composed up of sand, silt, stones, and clay, which all have relatively small particle sizes. Ideal fill dirt is made with 50% clay since it does not decompose or settle when plenty of clay is present. However, fill dirt only supports the top soil, you cannot plant your garden directly in it.

What's the best way to get rid of dirt in my yard?

Natural Grass Laying down sod or planting grass seeds is an effective way to cover the dirt in your yard and reduce the dust. Sod is, of course, a quicker solution that reaches its maximum efficacy almost immediately.

Is it illegal for my Neighbor to blow the grass trimmings?

No, it is not illegal for him to blow trimmings onto your yard. If he blows half his driveway into his yard, and half into yours, he is just shortcutting the job. And being a bad neighbor. If, however, he blows everything into your yard, he is being a BAD neighbor.

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