What is Geogrid

Retaining walls are a big deal; they perform a very important task. They hold back an immense amount of earth, and as such, they need to be structurally sound and able to withstand the test of time. One of the most important factors in the building of a retaining wall is soil reinforcement using

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What can I expect during the construction period?

Hardscape installations are messy work. There will be mud, but it will be gorgeous in the end. Nearly all of our work produces dirt and dust. For this reason, we advise our customers to keep doors and windows closed and to remove outdoor furniture from the construction area. Unless your project involves overlaying existing

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What is Garden Mix?

Garden mix is our blend of peat moss, compost, and loam, with a composition of 25-25-50%, respectively. This ensures a perfect blend of soil which is great for growing plants and vegetation. Want the absolute best for your garden? We now carry Black Diamond Soil! This BC soil is a 99% pure virgin soil,

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What are compost, loam, and peat moss?

Screened loam, sometimes referred to as topsoil, is soil that has been run through a screener that removes any debris. Loam is comprised of almost equal amounts of sand and silt and a little less clay. The sand provides good aeration and drainage, but does not hold onto moisture. Clay is high in nutrients,

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Do I need landscape fabric?

You want to enjoy your flower gardens, and your freshly mulched front garden. We understand. The best line of defense against weeds is understanding how they arrive, how they grow, and how to remove them. Weeds are an obnoxious fact of life, and they require a lot of attention to get rid of. Unfortunately,

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