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Fill Dirt

What is fill dirt? Whether you work in the construction industry or you struggle to perform at least one home enhancement project per annum, you could end up becoming accustomed to this term. Fill dirt is a popular product among experts in lots of diverse industries and provide a cheap panacea for jobs of all scales. If you are keen ...

Compare and Contrast: Vinyl vs. Wood Privacy Fences

We came across this article the other day from the knowledgeable folks at Maintenance-Free Outdoor Solutions. It does a great job of clearly comparing wood and vinyl fences in the categories of durability, maintenance, visual aesthetics, material and cost. Thank you, Maintenance-Free Outdoor Solutions for letting us share wit...

Why Dog Gates are a Must for Young Families

Now that you’re a family with both human and furry babies, certain things around the house are going to have to change. Safety is of the utmost importance for all the members of your household. New family members mean new precautions. So if you don’t already have interior gates in your house, now would be the time to get them ...

How to Dispose of Dirt

Doing work on your backyard can create a great landscape that you and your guests will love to look at, but there can also be a ton of hard work involved. From moving and disposing of dirt to finding a place that will take it for you, it can be a lot to handle. The average person does not have to do these kinds of activities often, a...

How Close Can I Put A Fence to My Property Line?

Installing a fence directly on top of your property line may appeal to you if you want the maximum area available to play, plant, and relax in your yard. Whether or not doing so is actually a good idea depends on a few factors, including where you live and your neighbor’s feelings on the new fence. In this post, we’ll help you f...

How Much Dirt Do I Need to Fill a Hole?

Fill dirt is earth-made material which is used to fill in a depression or hole in the ground or create mounds or otherwise artificially change the grade or elevation of land or construction sites. Fill dirt typically consists of subsoil, which is found about twelve inches below the topsoil. Subsoil itself consists of partially broken...

Landscaping Ideas for Small Backyards in 2020

With the new year beginning, many homeowners may be making their list of landscaping ideas they want to finally get to in 2020. But if you have a smaller backyard, the limited space available might make designing the area more difficult. However, there are plenty of creative ways to work with a smaller space that you might not have t...

What Kind Of Dirt Do I Use To Fill In Holes In My Yard?

Unless you are someone who is employed in an industry where you work with , you might not realize that there are various dirt options to choose from for each project that you work on. Whether you are filling multiple holes in your yard or starting a full garden in your backyard, it is important to research what type of dirt will wor...

HOW MUCH DOES A CUBIC FOOT OF DIRT WEIGH?

If you have a big job that requires fill dirt to be purchased, it is important to know how much you need, how the dirt is measured, and how many trucks will be needed to deliver it to your location. Even if you have hired a local dirt contractor, being informed will both help them and you so that there are no surprises later in the p...

How do I replace my wooden fence?

The hardest part of building a new fence is digging the holes for the posts. For this you'll need a posthole digger. Hand-operated clamshell and auger diggers work fine in sandy, rock-free soil. If your soil is rocky or you have a lot of holes to dig, rent a power-driven auger. For best results, use pressure-treated, ground-contac...

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