All-Purpose Topsoil provides consistent results when applied to planting beds, lawn establishment and other general landscape construction projects. It is a dark, uniform, workable soil that meets the needs of a variety of applications. All-Purpose Topsoil is a reliable, general purpose soil used for promoting stronger, healthier plants.
FEATURES & BENEFITS:
Rich, black soil Easy cultivation and workability
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Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 27th Aug 2018
I needed 7 yards to build up around a patio. Topsoil did exactly what it was supposed to. Filled with lots of organic soil stayed loose until compacted. The only negative I had was a few pieces of trash, but that honestly could have come from transporting.
Posted by Rick on 14th Aug 2018
We needed 16 yards delivered to fill over some clay soil in our back yard. Not caring about any ruts in our yard, the driver dropped off both loads in our backyard, saving our backs weeks of pain. The top soil was exactly what we were looking for as well, great quality.
Posted by K Ellis on 31st Jul 2018
We purchased this blend to fill the vacant space left we had narrowed our new asphalt drive. Ten days after putting down grass seed, it’s quickly becoming a seamless part of our lawn.
Ordering was a snap, and the gentleman making the delivery was prompt, courteous, and mindful of avoiding damage to our landscape.
I’d include a photo, but see no option to do so. Thank you, Kurtz Brothers!
Posted by Jonathan Udovic on 25th Jul 2018
The all-purpose topsoil is great for filling in holes or bringing your lawn up to grade. No rocks, debris or anything else just nice soft clean dirt. Delivery was right on time and the driver was extremely courteous.
Posted by Edward G Catanese on 9th Jul 2018
Put it where I wanted. It was what I needed at a great price.
Posted by JG on 4th Aug 2017
Yes, it's all-purpose topsoil. There were more bits of debris (glass, broken bricks, trash) and large (grapefruit-sized) clods of nearly-impenetrable clay(?) than I had anticipated, but this dirt served its purpose.
I'm rating it 4/5 because it's described as "uniform" but it wasn't. From reading other reviews, it appears I wasn't alone in this concern.
The driver was amazing: friendly, competent and professional -- that fellow knows his job -- navigated under some low-hanging tree limbs and dropped it to within an inch of where he said it would go.
Despite the un-uniformity, I'd do business with this company again.
Posted by Bill Tackett on 20th Jun 2017
The top soil was very clean with only minor debris mixed in. The delivery driver was amazing and dropped it right next to the work area even though it was not easy to get to. Overall I will definitely do business with this company again.
Posted by AG on 13th Jun 2017
Ordering online was easy to navigate. The delivery arrived the next day and the driver placed the pile perfectly. I ordered 6 yards and overall I was pleased with the quality. The only knock was that I found several pieces of glass in the order.
Posted by Nick on 9th Jun 2017
Delivery was on time, product is decent quality. Some rocks and a few bits of broken glass, however much of the product is great quality. Ordering interface through the website was easy and convenient.
Posted by Gina on 5th Jun 2017
Good quality for the purpose I needed it for (fill-in); timely delivery - user friendly website. Great experience.
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1. With a measuring tape, measure how many feet long the bed is. Then measure how many feet wide. Multiply these two figures. The total is the square foot area of that landscape bed.
2. Decide how thick you want your mulch to be (2” is average). For new landscape beds, 4” of mulch is recommended. If you are just top dressing a previously mulched bed, you may wish to use as little as 1” of mulch. Using the conversion chart below or Mulch Calculator to the right, you can figure how many cubic yards or bags of mulch, soil or gravel to order.
3. If you still have questions, please call our visit one of our stores. If you have the total area of your landscape beds calculated, we’d be glad to help you figure the amount of mulch, soil or gravel you will need.
BULK MATERIAL ONE cubic yard will cover approximately:
1296 sq. ft. 1/4″ deep
648 sq. ft. 1/2″ deep
324 sq. ft. 1″ deep
162 sq. ft. 2″ deep
108 sq. ft. 3″ deep
81 sq. ft. 4″ deep
1 square yard = 9 square feet
1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet