2018 Material Info & Pricing
Dark Blend - $38 yd. (Sold Out)
A fine textured pine and spruce bark with a natural brown color.
Black Blend - $38 yd. (Sold Out)
A color-enhanced softwood bark mulch with a dark black color.
Red Cedar - $45 yd.
Color-enhanced cedar bark with an aromatic scent and vibrant red color.
Deluxe Hemlock - $45 yd.
Hemlock blended with spruce bark. Slightly color enhanced to maintain a brown/red color.
Screened Loam - $28 yd.
All-purpose screened loam. Recommended for topdressing lawns, vegetable gardens, and flower beds.
Is all mulch created equal?
Mulch is mulch, right? Well, not exactly. While each serves a purpose, there is a significant difference between bark mulch and wood mulch.
Made from raw bark, trimmed from logs by mills as a by-product of lumber production.
Bark mulch aids in color longevity. Mulch made from bark will maintain its color far longer than wood mulch. Bark shows consistent color all the way through. Aesthetically your plant beds will look fresher, longer.
Bark contains lignin, which slowly releases carbon back into the natural environment.
Bark mulch increases the level of phosphorus and potassium in the soil. These macronutrients are important for the survival of plants.
Bark contains tannins. Tannins are found in large quantities in bark, where they act as a barrier for micro-organisms like bacteria and fungi.
Made primarily of wood fiber, brush and stumps from land clearings and disposal companies.
Some producers use ground-up pallets, unwanted landscape brush, diseased tree limbs and insect-infested branches. These could potentially spread fatal tree and shrub disease.
Wood mulch is often dyed, and it quickly becomes faded as the dye washes out.
Wood mulch can starve plants, as it is high in carbon. Mulch your plants with wood, and it steals the plant's food in a quest to become really nice dirt in a few years.
While these mulches may have an attractive price, they can leave you and your plant beds feeling cheated!
How much mulch will I need?
Yards to square feet at different depths in inches:
|1 Cubic Yard||1 inch deep||will cover 324 square feet|
|1 Cubic Yard||2 inches deep||will cover 162 square feet|
|1 Cubic Yard||3 inches deep||will cover 108 square feet|
|1 Cubic Yard||4 inches deep||will cover 81 square feet|
|1 Cubic Yard||5 inches deep||will cover 64 square feet|
|1 Cubic Yard||6 inches deep||will cover 54 square feet|
Pickup or Delivery Is Available
Deliveries must be 2 yards or more, within a 10-minute drive.
There is a flat rate of $25.00 per delivery.
Deliveries farther than a 10-minute drive are available at an additional cost.
When driving time is in question, Google Maps is used for confirmation.
Major factors in delivery charges are cost, truck maintenance, loader, fuel, insurance, and other operating expenses. Distance from Level Acres is not the only factor.
Payments are accepted over the phone with a credit card, in person at Level Acres, or by check when the driver makes the delivery.
How can I make payment?
You may pay with a credit card over the phone, in person at Level Acres, or by check when the driver arrives with your delivery.
How much mulch will I need?
Above is a chart to calculate how much square footage you'll get per yard. If you need further assistance, just give us a call at Level Acres.
Do I have to be home when the delivery is made?
No, you are not required to be home. We take detailed instructions when you place your order on where you would like the mulch placed. We also require a cell or phone number in case your drop request cannot be fulfilled, so we can call for alternate instructions. Some instances are outside our control. These instances include, but are not limited to, inability to fit with the dump truck, steep or uneven ground, or any other reason impacting driver safety.
When are deliveries available?
We deliver on a first come, first served basis. We try our best to accommodate all requests. Call the farm stand for scheduling.