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Are you interested in growing your plants and flowers faster in West Hampton Dunes, NY? You’ll need fertile soil for this. When planning a gardening or landscaping project, it is critical to select the right soil.
Topsoil is one of the most popular landscaping products. It is essential to use topsoil while finishing a renovation project or finalizing landscaping plans. Its proper application will aid in the growth of healthy and long-lasting lawns, flowers, plants, and trees.
Our topsoil delivery experts at LI Firewood And Mulch in West Hampton Dunes, NY have an unrivaled inventory of various topsoil products to increase land productivity and sustainability. We provide high-quality topsoil for your gardening needs.
Our prices are quite reasonable. Moreover, our topsoil delivery and dirt delivery services in Suffolk County make the entire process very simple. Our soil is carefully selected and is free of all harmful pests and insects.
LI Firewood And Mulch in West Hampton Dunes, NY understands the aesthetical and environmental advantages of using topsoil as we work with both commercial and residential clients.
Topsoil, as the name implies, is the top layer of soil on the earth’s surface that is usually 5 to 6 inches deep. It contains organic components such as decomposed roots, leaves, and bugs, that make the soil richer and darker than the layers beneath it.
Most topsoil delivery experts in NY like us, offer two types of topsoil: Straight and mixed. Straight soil has nothing else blended in, as opposed to mixtures containing manure, sand, peat moss, or compost.
Straight topsoil would simply be sifted to remove rocks, roots, and debris before being sold in its natural state. It may naturally have a higher clay or sand content depending on where it came from. If you are concerned about the quality and content, you can request a sample or soil test results before asking for bulk garden soil delivery.
When you use our topsoil in your landscaping project, you are making an investment that will pay off for years to come. The nutrients and vitamins in our topsoil will ensure an amazing experience while creating the ideal landscape for you and your guests to enjoy.
Since our topsoil is screened as needed by our customers, it is fine-grained and moldable for all of your outdoor needs. Soil delivery options offered by LI Firewood And Mulch in Suffolk County can complement any landscape.
The topsoil is a high-quality sandy loam soil that has been blended with organic matter to create an ideal growing environment for both turf and seed. We offer customized bulk topsoil options to meet your specific requirements.
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Coco-Brown Dyed Mulch (per yard)
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West Hampton Dunes is an incorporated village in the Town of Southampton on Westhampton Island, in Suffolk County, in New York, United States, off the South Shore of Long Island. The population was 55 at the 2010 census.
West Hampton Dunes is located on a barrier island in the Town of Southampton. The barrier island was part of Fire Island until a nor’easter in 1931 split the island creating Moriches Inlet. The inlet created a geographic oddity whereby the town of Brookhaven actually has jurisdiction on land immediately west of West Hampton Dunes although Brookhaven land access to it involves a nearly 20-mile (32 km) drive through Southampton.
The village incorporated in 1993 in attempt to have more control over its precarious state since it was obliterated in the Great Hurricane of 1938, 1991 Halloween Nor’easter (“The Perfect Storm”) and again in a 1992 nor’easter. Specifically, the village wanted to have a say in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers handling of the barrier beach-particularly in response to a series of groynes at Shinnecock Inlet that have created major beach erosion “downstream” in the longshore drift. Almost immediately after incorporation, Gary Vegliante, the village’s first and to date only mayor, sued the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for $200 million. The Corps settled the suit and began replenishing the beach leading to a building boom on what had been a devastated empty section of beach.
The American Shore and Beach Preservation Association named West Hampton Dunes one of America’s top restored beaches. In 2007, resident Yale Nelson finished a documentary on the town history which premiered October 20, 2007, in Westhampton at the Hamptons Film Festival.Learn more about West Hampton Dunes.