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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by Grnt324, Oct 15, 2017.
I have $18 per yard in double ground hardwood, mainly all we use here in WNC
$11-15 for natural double ground, $25-35 for dyed/hardwood, I'm 10 miles from the lumbermill that makes a lot of it so it's way cheaper here.
$36 for all the types they sell. Get it from T.E. Wood Farms.
Must be tri city materials?
$90 a yard
IT all depends on how close to a saw mill you are.
Yes. It keeps its color too compared to KW1.
Yea not impressed with kw1 for those exact reasons.
i dunno how much a yard is but around here it's $25-$35 per truck load or scoop. most times they give you a little more. maybe a scoop and a half or something to fill the bed of the truck up.
Not related to the topic, but I'm curious, to me, NW Canada would be the Yukon, I'm guessing you are not doing much landscape work there. So, from your perspective, what is NW Canada, BC?
Yukon would be nw. I get it mixed up with Pacific Northwest, we are actually BC. About an hours boat ride from Seattle where I am.