It’s always wonderful to do renovations, even for the yard. And it doesn’t have to be a major overhaul. Even adding bark dust to your landscaping can make a big difference.
The traditional way of applying mulch is to dump large amounts of it onto the lawn before wheelbarrowing it all over. Today, most landscapers use the extremely efficient method called bark blowing.
A long hose equipped on the truck will spray the bark evenly across the appropriate areas on the property.
Most homeowners want professional landscaping done because it improves the appearance of their yard and property. But apart from beautifying your home, having fresh-looking mulch on your lawn can also be advantageous for your plants. And by using the blowing technique for applying the mulch, you can also avoid getting grooves on the lawn and dirt stains on the driveway or even the sidewalk.
Bark blowing also has the extra advantage of being able to spread the mulch evenly across the areas where it is required. This way, every corner can be covered, ensuring an eye-pleasing appearance. Furthermore, you can guarantee that all areas you want to be covered will get their fair share of the mulch since there is a more consistent and even distribution.
In this quick yet straightforward video by Sargeant Yard Pros, you’ll discover the work involved in installing bark dust without using the blowing technique.