Maximizing Lawn Health During New England Summers

Joe Vittorio, June 20 2024

As New England summers bring both warmth and occasional drought conditions, maintaining a lush, green lawn can be challenging. The key to a healthy lawn lies in proper watering, mowing, and fertilization practices tailored to the region's unique climate. Start by watering deeply and infrequently, aiming for about one inch of water per week....

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What type of mulch is best for my yard?

Joe Vittorio, May 20 2024

Choosing the right mulch for your yard depends on various factors, including aesthetic preferences, functionality, and the type of plants you have. Cherry Hill Inc. Materials offers a variety of mulches in brown, natural, red, and black, each with unique benefits. Brown mulch is a popular choice for many homeowners due to its natural appearance...

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What size construction dumpster is ordered the most for home projects?

Randy Varnum, March 25 2024

When embarking on a home project, big or small, one of the critical decisions you'll face is selecting the right dumpster. It's not just about disposing of waste; it's about efficiency, environmental responsibility, and making your project run smoother. Here are ten points to consider, especially if you're looking at Cherry Hill Inc Dumpsters as...

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Topsoil & August go together like peas and carrots in New England.

Joe Vittorio, August 8 2023

Planting grass in New England during the vibrant month of August offers a plethora of benefits that contribute to the flourishing beauty of your lawn. The pleasant and moderate temperatures of this time create an inviting environment for grass seed germination and growth. As the soil retains the warmth accumulated over the summer months, it...

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Good Topsoil Matters.

Robert Sachs, May 11 2023

Grass, like all plants, needs topsoil to grow because it provides the necessary nutrients and support for their roots to anchor and absorb water and minerals from the soil. Topsoil is the uppermost layer of soil, and it contains organic matter, minerals, and microorganisms that are essential for plant

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Do different color mulches have different benefits?

Joe Vittorio, April 12 2023

Yes, different color mulches can provide different benefits depending on various factors such as the type of mulch, the colorant used, the specific environmental conditions, and the type of plants or crops being grown. Here are some general considerations for different colored

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What are the benefits of using fresh mulch for my flower gardens?

Joe Vittorio, April 3 2023

Fresh mulch provides a range of benefits in the garden, including weed suppression, moisture retention, temperature regulation, soil improvement, and aesthetic appeal. It can help to reduce the need for chemical weed control and labor-intensive manual weeding, while also promoting healthy plant growth by regulating soil moisture and temperature....

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What type and size dumpster should I use for my project?

Robert Sachs, March 7 2023

The size of the dumpster you should rent for your construction project depends on the amount of debris and waste you expect to generate. Here are some general guidelines to help you decide on the right size: For small projects, such as a bathroom remodel or a small landscaping project, a 10-Yard to 15-Yard dumpster may be

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Cherry Hill "Magic Salt® Ice Melt

Randy Varnum, January 21 2022

Cherry Hill "Magic Salt® Ice Melt" comes directly from the Morton's Salt Company. Morton's has been making salt products for over 130 years. This is the safest treated salt to use on paved or concrete roadways or walkways. Magic Salt® covers more area with less product and less downtime to return to the salt pile and reload. Cost of sand, mixing an...

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Different Types of Dumpsters.

Randy Varnum, September 22 2020

Stumps. Brush. Red Brick. Concrete. Cherry Hill Construction Inc. offers Specialty Dumpsters as well for specific demolition projects or even clearing land. Recently we had a few bad storms that were damaging in Connecticut and The Stumps and Brush Dumpsters came in handy for customers that needed to get rid of the larger debris that came down in t...

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