Mulch Services / Mulching Services

MulchAt B. Haney and Sons we have been recycling our wood waste into mulch, a reusable product, for many years. This is beneficial for two reasons, no dumping fees and less fill in the landfills. You might say we were “Green” before Green was cool.

We have various grades of mulch for different uses as listed below.

SHREDDED HARDWOOD MULCH (Grade #3)…
Is re-shredded mulch with a medium texture. This mulch is excellent for landscaping plants, trees, bushes, etc. This is our best seller.

ARBORIST CHIPS (Grade #6)…
Is mixed mulch, containing wood, bark, twigs and sometimes leaves. This multi-textured mulch is excellent for mulching plants and trees. It is also good for healing in landscape plants. It is well suited for use on walks and pathways, and has a very natural appearance.

NATURAL MULCH (Grade #7)…
Is re-shredded mixed mulch that is excellent for mulching and healing in landscape plants. This mulch has a fine texture and a natural appearance. This mulch is suitable for use in commercial landscapes.

FINE SHREDDED MULCH…
Fine textured mulch, excellent for landscaping plants, trees, bushes, etc. Close in color, with a finer texture of our Grade #3.

PREMIUM BARK MULCH…
Shredded bark mulch, darker in color than the re-shredded mulch.

RED DYED OR BROWN DYED MULCH…
Is re-shredded mulch that has been color enhanced with eco-friendly dye to give a little color to the landscape. It is also good for landscaping plants, trees, bushes, etc.  It’s also good for landscaping residential or commercial jobs.

PLAYGROUND MULCH
This wood product is impact tested for playground surfaces. Made when ordered, please call a week in advance.

Delivery
We normally deliver in large quantities from 55 to 85 cubic yards per load, but smaller loads may be possible depending on location. Please call our office for more information & charges.

Questions about bugs and diseases in our mulch?
Our mulch is ground 2-3 times which makes it difficult for pests to survive. Also, our mulch is stored in piles and the temperature from the decomposition process reaches approximately 180 degrees. This makes it impossible for insects and diseases to survive.

Benefits of mulch:
Nutrients are returned to the soil
Retains moisture and keeps soil temperature changes nominal
Aesthetically pleasing and helps reduce invasive weeds.

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