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Screened Topsoil - $39.95 per tonA pile of Screened Black Topsoil

Screened Black TopsoilScreened Topsoil $39.95 per ton

2019 Topsoil is in now! Our Topsoil contains good basic fertility, organic matter and pH. It is a lighter density topsoil so that it won't dry out and harden up in the middle of summer like some darker soils do. You will need to purchase some vegetable or sod/seed specific fertilizer at a your local garden store to get the best results from your project.

There is no "Jack & the Bean Stalk" magic soil in Denver that contains all the trace minerals and nutrients needed for every type of lawn or garden project. I am from a farm in the Midwest, where we have some of the most fertile and productive soils on earth. We still went to the local fertilizer company and purchased a fertilizer blend every spring to grow the biggest crop of corn, soybeans and hay.

Mountain Granite - Class 6 RoadbaseScreen Topsoil - This is a typical close up of the material.

Mountain Granite - Class 6 RoadbaseScreen Topsoil- This is a new load over an existing soil base.

Mountain Granite - Class 6 RoadbaseScreen Topsoil- Pile dumped in an existing sod lawn.

Mountain Granite - Class 6 RoadbaseScreen Topsoil - A larger view

Mountain Granite - Class 6 RoadbaseScreen Topsoil- Good uniform consistant texture with some lumping.

Pro Landscaper's Tip
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Many companies that sell landscaping fabric often recommend a 8 inch to 12 inch overlap per roll, when installing when laying multiple widths of fabric. You actually only need about a 4 inch overlap. When installing pins to hold down the fabric, for most projects 1 pin per 20 square feet of fabric works well. Many companies recommend 1 pin per 10 square feet. You may want a few more along the edge of a sidewalk or walkway because those areas get more wear and tear from foot traffic, shoveling snow, etc.

Tonnage Example - Use calculator below to determine amount needed
Product Length Width L x W =SF SF / Depth Tons
Screened Topsoil 20 Feet 60 Feet 1200 100 12

To Order the Correct Amount of Material

Measure the length and width of the area to be covered. If you don't have a tape measure, walk the length and width of the area. Figure each full step as 2 1/2 feet. Get the total square footage of the area by multiplying the length by the width.

Example: 20 feet long by 60 feet wide = 1200 square feet.

1 ton of Screened Topsoil covers 100 square feet 2 inches deep. For every 2 inches of depth you will need 12 tons of Topsoil

Please note: This is only a rough indication of the amount of material you may need. Actual dimensions may vary due to irregularities in soil types and established rough grade.

Once you determine your material and amount needed, call us at 720-298-0948

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