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(1013 E 3rd St) FreeWoodChips.net announces the launch of a new website designed to bring homeowners looking for wood chips together with tree services having these materials. Wood chips may be used in a variety of ways around a property, including as mulch and livestock bedding, yet tree services often pay landfill fees to dispose of them. With this service, homeowners and tree services alike benefit.
“Homeowners often purchase wood chips to mulch around flower beds, trees or landscaped areas of their property. The wood chips help to retain moisture in the soil, prevent the formation and spread of weeds and halt soil erosion. Depending on the amount of area to be covered by the mulch, homeowners may find they spend hundreds of dollars on this product, which may be obtained for free through local tree services,” Jason Writz, spokesperson for FreeWoodChips.net, announces.
Wood chips benefit homeowners in numerous other ways also. For example, every animal prefers a comfortable sleeping area, and wood chips are a great option. The livestock owner saves money by using the chips for livestock bedding and can remove soiled chips and replace them regularly with the help of this service, doing so at no cost to them. It is important to note that some species of plants can be poisonous to animals. Be sure to learn what these species are and request that these species not be delivered if you intend to use the wood chips for animal bedding.
“In addition, wood chips add nutrients to the soil as they decompose. This allows a tree to flourish and plants to thrive. When a homeowner finds they have muddy areas they need to cover, the wood chips are of great help as well. They prevent dirt from being tracked into the home and other structures on the residence by providing individuals with a clean place to walk,” Writz continues.
Even those individuals who don’t want to use them on their property or for livestock find they can make use of free wood chips. Wood chips can be used as fuel in a wood stove or boiler. Others opt to include the wood chips in their compost pile, as a brown or carbon layer. Doing so boosts the nutritional aspects of the finished product.
“These are only a few of the many uses a person will find for free wood chips. There are numerous others, and we are here to help individuals find sources for this common material. Cushion a child’s play area with the wood chips or use them as part of a home’s decor. The ideas are endless and, with this free service, every homeowner within the vicinity of a local tree service can have wood chips. All parties benefit with this type of arrangement,” Writz declares.
FreeWoodChips.net brings together homeowners looking for wood chips to use on their property and tree services searching for convenient places to dispose of the wood chips they produce as a result of their operation.
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