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TRUCKING DIVISION

Re-Mulch has contract arrangements with various mills throughout North Carolina to utilize their residual waste materials and supply us with some of our raw material needs.

We maintain a variety of equipment to service those accounts, and in addition, we use this equipment to haul finished materials to our bulk customers.

Re-Mulch is always available for contract hauling arrangements specializing in live floor self-unloading service.

In addition to shipping our products, we are available as a for-hire carrier in Virginia, North and South Carolina. Please contact us for more information

 

Dump Truck

Our dump trucks deliver aggregates, mulches and soils, and will dump the product in one designated area. Dump trucks, especially when loaded, may leave ruts in the ground or become stuck when off road. A driveway is the preferred dump location in most cases. Customers who choose to have trucks leave paved surfaces assume all responsibility for towing, ground ruts and any underground fixtures such as irrigation and septic tanks. We can deliver Pine Straw bales in our dump trucks. The straw will be dumped, not stacked.

Re-Mulch of the triad - Serving North Carolina South Carolina & Virginia - Dump Truck

Re-Mulch of the triad - Serving North Carolina South Carolina & Virginia - Dump Truck

 

ADVANTAGES OF OUR BLOWER TRUCK SERVICES

• Fast & Efficient Process
• Minimal Equipment Requirements
• Clean Process - No Piles
• Even Application - Reduces Waste of Material
• Ability to Reach Remote and Difficult-to-Access Sites
• Reduce Management and Overhead Costs (by contracting our spreading service)
• Ability to inject seed

 

Re-Mulch of the triad - Serving North Carolina South Carolina & Virginia - Blower truck

 

Flatbed Trucks

We are a general commodities flatbed trucking service for hauling a variety of products, including our own bagged organics for independent garden centers. To ensure efficient delivery of these materials, Re-Mulch maintains a fleet of forklift equipped trucks for self unloading services.

 

Flatbed Truck - ReMulch

 

Walking Floor Trailers

Our walking floor trailers deliver mulches and soils, and will dump the product in one designated area. Walking floor deliveries, especially when loaded, may leave ruts in the ground or become stuck when off road. A driveway or parking lot is the preferred dump location in most cases. Customers who choose to have trucks leave paved surfaces assume all responsibility for towing, ground ruts and any underground fixtures such as irrigation and septic tanks. We also deliver Pine Straw bales in our trailers.

 

Re-Mulch of the triad - Serving North Carolina South Carolina & Virginia - walking floor trucks

 

The following will ensure a safe & smooth delivery:

Customer Responsibilities

You will need to be present during the delivery. Be prepared to show the driver the preferred drop site. Keep in mind that certain factors may prevent us from placing materials in the desired location. Our drivers will determine the safest place to dump the product.

Payment

Prior to unloading any materials, the driver will request payment (if COD), a signature of the legal property owner for the delivery disclaimer and/or credit card receipt, and the customer’s visual inspection of material.

Directions

A specific destination address is required. Provide detailed directions to your home or jobsite. Include main intersections, street names and a physical street. Give a detailed description of the drop site: describe any sidewalks or landscaping that might prohibit the truck from driving directly to the site.

Driveways/Walkways

The weight of a typical delivery truck can cause damage to concrete or stone pavement. Trucks will not drive on new pavement or asphalt. These applications take up to one year to cure, and may be damaged by the weight of the vehicle.

Overhead Concerns

When scheduling a delivery, be sure to let your salesperson know at the time of scheduling about any power lines, tree limbs, or other overhead objects that could obstruct the movement of the dump truck. The truck may not operate within 10 feet horizontally or 30 feet vertically of power lines due to electrocution hazards. Operation may also be limited on steep grades.

Underground Concerns

The location of septic tanks and lines, sprinkler heads, underground drains and utility lines are all delivery concerns. The truck weight could cause damage to any of these items. It is the customer’s responsibility to advise the salesperson or driver of their presence.

Children/Pets

For the safety of your children and pets, please keep them out of the vicinity during the delivery. Drivers are unable to see objects in their mirrors that are directly behind the truck.

Weather

Take weather conditions into consideration. If the ground is wet, it may be difficult for the truck to deliver without damaging grass or landscaping. Re-Mulch can reschedule deliveries because of weather concerns; however, availability is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Installation

When receiving a dump truck delivery, be aware that drivers cannot spread aggregates or mulch using the truck. The price of your delivery includes one dump. The material will require additional manual raking after delivery to create an even surface. Please ask about our contractor referral program if you are interested in a quality landscape service provider.

General

Be flexible. There are many factors that may prevent a product from being placed in a certain area. Drivers' decisions will be made on the basis of potential safety hazards and property damage. Remember that while we will do our best to satisfy your requests, our first commitment is to the safety of everyone involved.

 

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