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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by lawn, May 9, 2007.
Rubber mulch? One of my clients asked for it.
i had someone ladt year ask about it till they heard the price. if i remember right it was like $150 a yard just for the product
yes, it can be very expensive, but mi clients wife does not like the smell of bark mulch
put down stone...rubber mulch looks awful!
The other two options are composted loam and peat moss, both look very natural, peat moss won't smell as tough!
It does cost alot and it is not fun to get leaves out of...stick with stone or try hemlock mulch instead of pine bark.
has anyone used a turf striper for a toro z-master mower and how does it work
Talmo I think you meant to start a new thread, but my toro z stripes great without a striping kit. Never used the kit but I'm sure it works well if you need to have more defined stripes...
Rubber Mulch? Thats ********!
Talk them out of it, if his wife can't stand the smell? but she likes the rubber smell? install river stone.
What was the final outcome of the situation. One of my clients asked me today to get it for his playground and i'm just wondering if you found any local supplier or distributor for the rubber mulch.
Look online for it. The companies that produce it will sell you bags, large and small, and even 'super sacks', 5ft tall pallet sized bags of it. You can benefit as these can be delivered to you of the jobsite, and the customer cannot get the large quantities you can.