When you’re ready to enhance your property while minimizing the work it takes to keep it looking good, landscaping rock is the best solution. Improve your curb appeal year-round, maintain your property value and reduce the time and expense you spend on upkeep and maintenance. Use these three tips to determine how much rock you’ll need to come up with an accurate budget.
Determine the Area of the Space
Measure the length and the width of the area where you plan on laying rock; use feet or yards. When you multiply these two numbers together, you’ll have the square footage or square yardage figured out. Then, it’s time to decide how deep your hardscaping needs to be.
Choose the Right Depth
The size of rocks varies slightly by type, and the bigger the rocks you choose, the greater the depth you’ll need for them to stay in place. The depth affects the total number of cubic yards of material you’ll need for your landscaping, and contacting a professional installer can help you get the perfect amount of fill.
Calculate the Volume
Multiply the area by the depth to determine the volume. Take into account any material you plan on laying under your rocks, too. You may want landscaping fabric to keep weeds at bay or sand for drainage purposes. A landscaper can guide you on the best options based on your soil type, grade and rock choice.
Ready for Landscaping Rock Installation in Norco?
Majestic Rock & Materials provides landscaping rock for residential and commercial customers that’s sourced only from premium quarries. Our services include quality artificial turf products, pavers and stone, decorative rock and landscaping accessories, too. We welcome the opportunity to offer you custom landscape design services and professional installation of your artificial grass lawn, rockscapes and more. When it comes to getting a beautiful landscape and carefree maintenance, contact us and see how easy it is to get the royal treatment you deserve!
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