Annual Landscape Mulching Service in the Tulsa, OK Area
What Is Mulching, And Why Is It Important?
Anyone who desires beautiful landscaping must be aware of the benefits of mulch. Typically made of organic materials, mulch can be spread over the roots of a plant or landscape bed to protect and improve the soil. It helps lock in moisture during time of drought and heat when winter brings freezing temperatures to Oklahoma. It can help keep your soil cooler in hot weather and warmer in cold weather, making it ideal for any season.
Mulch is also the go-to solution for protecting soil from erosion and keeping weeds in check. At Broken Arrow Lawn Service, we provide residential and commercial mulching services in Broken Arrow, Tulsa, and many surrounding areas. Our highly reputable company is dedicated to keeping our services as affordable as possible for home and business owners. You should not go through the hassle of estimating, shoveling and spreading mulch yourself. Allow our crew to mulch around your property so that you don't have to deal with the physical demands of it.
What Are Some Of The Benefits Of Professional Landscape Mulching?
When you depend on Broken Arrow Lawn Services for all your landscape mulching needs, you’ll be able to relax and enjoy beautiful landscaping all year long. Professional landscape mulching benefits extend beyond mere appearances. Mulch helps improve soil health and diversity while protecting and insulating your plants and their roots and helping them retain moisture even in unfriendly weather conditions. You should also see fewer weeds in your flower beds for a well-maintained appearance. Your neighbors will surely notice!
Taking the time to mulch can also pay off with increased curb appeal, should you ever wish to sell your property. Our lawn care specialists will take care of everything your garden beds require to keep them healthy and hydrated. We believe that our customers deserve the best, so we strive to provide you with a service that will benefit your home, property and environment.
When Is The Best Time Of Year For Landscape Mulching?
It is recommended to mulch at least once per year. At the end of the growing season is when most homeowners apply mulch. However, if you want to keep things looking fresh, you may want to consider re-mulching every six months. Fall and spring are ideal times for mulching when the weather isn't so crazy. Applying a new layer of mulch in the spring helps prepare your plants for the hot and humid summer months when they will benefit from the extra moisture retention mulch provides. Likewise, applying a fresh layer of mulch in the fall helps keep plants nourished and hydrated through the winter.
How much does landscape mulching cost?
The cost of landscape mulching will depend on a number of factors, including the size of your beds and the type of mulching you are wanting. If you're interested in one-time or recurring landscape mulching services, please contact our friendly team. A lawn care specialist can come to your house or business to give you a free, no-obligation estimate.
What are the best mulching materials to use?
Mulch may be from shredded bark, hay, grass clippings, sawdust, leaves, dead trees, straw, cardboard, wool, animal manure, gravel, stone, or even recycled rubber. The best mulching materials are free of pesticides and harmful chemicals. Wood mulch is popular due to its attractive, rich appearance, and biodegradable qualities. Compared to shredded wood mulches, mulches with bigger chunks of bark will decompose at a slower rate, making them last longer on average. If you want to keep weeds out of your landscape bed, rubber and other inorganic mulches may be your best bet.
Do you offer residential and commercial mulching in my area? We offer both residential and commercial mulching services to Broken Arrow, Tulsa, Bixby, Jenks, and Coweta
Benefits of using Broken Arrow Lawn Service
Here are the advantages of hiring us for mulching service:
A Benefit to Your Plants
Years of Experience Providing the Best Mulching Service in Broken Arrow and Surrounding Areas
Saves You Time and Work