Frequently Asked Questions…
Q. What is the minimum amount of material you will deliver?
A. 1 yard
Q. What is the maximum amount of material you can get in your trucks?
A. (Mulch – 25 yards) (Top Soil / Sand – 8 yards) (Stone – 8 yards)
Q. Can I have 2 items delivered at the same time?
A. Currently, we have no way to seperate items (i.e. top soil and mulch) in our trucks. Therefore, when the truck dumps, the different products would mix together. If, however you need more than 1 item delivered, please contact us to discuss your needs and to arrange for special delivery pricing.
Q. How do I know how many yards to purchase?
A. Determine the total number of square footage needed to be covered.
Square areas: Length (x) Width.
Circular areas: Radius (x) itself (x) 3.14
Determine what depth you want for coverage and refer to the table below.
1 Cubic Yard Covers
648 Sq. Ft.
324 Sq. Ft.
162 Sq. Ft.
108 Sq. Ft.
81 Sq. Ft.
64.8 Sq. Ft.
54 Sq. Ft.
46.3 Sq. Ft.
40.5 Sq. Ft.
36 Sq. Ft.
32.4 Sq. Ft.
29.5 Sq. Ft.
27 Sq. Ft.
Take your total number of square footage and divide by the number to the right of your chosen depth. This will give you the correct amount of mulch needed. If placing an order for delivery, it would be best to round up to the nearest full yard.
Q. How many cubic feet in 1 cubic yard?
A. 27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard.
Q. Can I fill up my own containers or bags of your products?
A. Yes! You can bring in your own bags, containers, or buckets and a shovel and help yourself.
Q. How many 5 gallon buckets would I need to fill to equal 1 cubic yard?
A. There are 202 gallons in a cubic yard. So if you completely fill a 5 gallon bucket up, it would take approximately 40 of those buckets to make up a yard.
Q. Will you load up less than a full yard into my truck or trailer?
A. Yes. We will load up a minimum of 1/2 yard. Any amount less than that, will need to be loaded by hand by the customer.