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You’ve decided you want to start a home improvement project. Great! We’d love to help get you started. Whether you want to do it yourself or contact a professional landscaper, Privette Enterprises, Inc. can deliver the materials you need right to your doorstep. Request a FREE estimate today.
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"Knowing I like to do things on my own, I was glad to find out about PEI. I purchased screen soil which I was amazed to find out that they screened their own soil themselves. This cuts out the middle man and makes it very reasonable for me. The soil was very rich and clean. They dumped it right where I needed it. Planning on clearing some trees out of the back next year, I look forward to working with PEI again."
- D. Bell, Charlotte, NC
Pine bark nuggets
Pine bark fines
Single hammered mulch
Doubled hammered mulch
Play safe mulch
Dyed mulches (black, brown, red)
You deserve the best soil you can get for your projects for the best price. We screen our own and the savings are passed along to you! We offer screened soil, an equal blend of top soil and compost, or pure compost for your project.
We stock high-quality landscaping materials.
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Please call our office at 704-821-9161 and we will calculate it for you.
If you would like to measure yourself:
1 - Start out with the square footage of the area
Formulas for determining your Square Footage
Rectangle: Length x Width = Total Square Feet
Circle: 3.14 x Radius Squared = Total Square feet
Triangle: Length of Base x Length of Height x .5 = Total Square feet
2 - Determine the desired depth of the area in inches.
Inches deep - "X"
1" - 324
2" - 162
3" - 108
4" - 81
5" - 65
6" - 54
7" - 47
8" - 40
9" - 36
10" - 33
11" - 30
12" - 27
3 – Divide the total square feet by X (X = the depth above) = Total Cubic Yards
Example – A garden that is 14 feet long and 10 feet wide and you are adding 4 inches of compost.
14 X 10 = 140 total square feet
140/X = total yards (X=81 for 4")
140/81= 1.7 cubic yards of compost