A: One cubic yard of the material covers a 324 square foot area at one inch deep. To determine your total, multiply your square footage by the depth in inches desired, then divide by 324.
A: Mulch is used to help retain soil moisture, suppress weeds, and improve the look of your garden.
A: Stone offers multiple benefits in irrigation, weed control, maintenance, and aesthetic. Stone can also serve as a durable alternative to mulch that won't need to be replaced yearly.
A: Topsoil can be used in a variety of ways to improve the overall health and quality of your garden and lawn. It can be used for additional drainage, repairing uneven or patchy lawns and nutrients for flower beds and gardens.
A: Topsoil is the top layer of any soil above the bedrock and is the most nutrient-rich layer of naturally occurring soil. Compost is a combination of natural materials that decompose to become organic matter. Compost contains nutrients that act as natural fertilizer and compost is desirable for improving soil structure, reducing compaction, and improving water retention while simultaneously improving drainage.