Free Mulch Delivery in Atlanta
Increase your property value with free mulch
A win for you AND the environment
At R&R Tree Service, we understand how important it is to not only offer outstanding tree care services but also leave the surrounding environment better than how it was found.
That’s why our team strives to use all byproducts generated during work, such as wood chips and firewood. We have plentiful supplies of both that can be either delivered to your job site or home in Atlanta.
With a proven track record spanning over 30 years, you can trust us to go above and beyond in taking care of your tree-related needs while providing great value. Call us today at 678-482-9994!
Emergency Tree Services
We even offer 24/7 emergency assistance after a severe storm – we’ll come out and trim branches or remove entire trees if they pose a hazard.
What is mulch, and what are its benefits?
Mulch is a layer of organic material, such as leaves, bark, or compost, spread over the surface of the ground to improve soil fertility, conserve moisture, and control weeds. Mulch also helps to regulate soil temperature and can improve the overall appearance of a garden or landscaped area.
Does R&R Tree Service offer free mulch in Atlanta?
Yes! Mulch is a byproduct of our services, and we are happy to offer it at no cost. Contact us to find out if you live within our free delivery services range.
How do I choose the right type of mulch for my garden?
The choice of mulch will depend on personal preference, the type of plants in the garden, and the soil and climate conditions. Some plants, such as acid-loving plants, may require a specific type of mulch, while others may benefit from a specific texture or color of mulch.
How much mulch should I use, and how often should I apply it?
A general guideline is to use a 3-4 inch layer of mulch and to reapply it once a year or as needed.
Can mulch cause harm to plants or the environment?
In general, mulch is safe and beneficial for plants and the environment. However, it is essential to ensure that the mulch is not piled too high against the base of plants, as this can cause rot.
Service Areas In Atlanta, Georgia
Alpharetta, Atlanta, Avondale Estates, Buford, Cumming, Decatur, Duluth, Flowery Branch, Gainesville, Grayson, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Norcross, Roswell, Snellville, Stone Mountain, Sugar Hill and Suwanee.