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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by PerfectEarth, May 9, 2010.
Looks awesome PE.
Another great overhaul PE. Looks good!
Great work yet again, keep it up!
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Agree... Very nice!
Thanks guys. I think we'll have some cool stuff coming up this Summer.
nice to see someone NOT using that horrible black dyed crap mulch! Looks like you guys do it right, great work on the bed edge as well.
Holy crap....this thread has reached 100,000 views!!!!
I think your work sucks and I could do it 100 times better.
Thanks. We'll do black mulch. We don't suggest it. Sometimes it depends on the color of the house, or if someone insists on it, that's fine. I'll use a black mulch from a supplier that at least gets a decent quality of wood... most of that junk is chunky dyed lumber. If it's more fine textured, that's good.
I think we've done 3 or 4 jobs in black this year. Very little.
Ah yes, 100,000 views. LOL... I pay no attention to those numbers on the side. Do some guys try to get a lot of views or something?
The only views I try to get a lot of is from hot young women, but that number has been steadily declining for the last 30 years or so to the point where I think I'm now invisible, lol.
And just so it's clear, I could do work 100 times better than yours, I just choose not to...yeah that's it.
Yes a lot of the black and red dyed mulches are derived from construction and demolition material and can be contaminated with heavy metals from pressure treated wood in the waste stream.