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What is the 2021 going rate for one yard of mulch?

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BlueSkys

LawnSite Member
Location
Oceanside
Here on Long Island it’s $32 a yard. I charge $110 for delivery and installation. With the price lowering per yard after 3. That’s the rate amongst the companies I’ve spoken to. Thanks for your time guys. All the best
 

Wye Oak Tree

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
Rhode Island
Yeesh, the local guy was charging retail here $37 per yard for dark pine pickup.
$44 for aged hemlock. 2010 prices. I bet it's up 5-10 % this year.

He doesn't give me wholesale prices unless I buy tons of it.

I only do maybe 5-10 yards a year so I'm small potatoes. Prolly paying to much..

When I do, I just charge hourly general labor for mulch spreading, mark up a bit on the product.





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