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  • Do you deliver?

    Of course we deliver. We provide delivery from our Pitt Meadows location all over the lower mainland and anywhere from Whistler to Hope.

    Topsoil delivery, bark delivery, and gravel delivery are most requested, but we can deliver ANY of our bulk or palletized products, as well as pavers, patio slabs, natural stone etc.  Contact our staff to discuss your delivery options.

  • Tell me about freight delivery?

    Freight is dependent on volume and distance. Delivered via a forklift or crane trucks, if you combine multiple products on one truck you can save on trucking. For example: bulk bag and patio slabs on the same truck.

How Much Do I Need?

  • How deep…

    It always depends what you are doing, but in general a minimum of 3 inches of product (top soil, gravel, bark mulch, bark nuggets, is a good start, but it depends upon what you are covering. If you have any questions, please contact our staff for great advice.

  • How much area does 1 yard of material cover?

    One cubic yard of material will cover approximately a 10’ X 10” area 3” deep. Feel free to use our online calculator or call us 604-465-1311 to help you determine how much of a specific product you may need.


  • Can I load my own materials?

    For our bulk products; aggregates, soil & manure, mulch & nuggets, you can bring your own garbage bags, 5 gallon buckets or 30 gallon garbage cans and load up at your own risk. You can also bring your truck or trailer and our load operators will help fill your vehicle.


  • How can I avoid airborne mushroom inoculum growing in my soil?

    Augustine Soil and Mulch Ltd supplies aged mulch and soil products to Meadows Landscape Supply. Our soil is compost-based soil that is heated to high temperatures. When we supply the soil, it likely does not have mushroom, inoculum {spores or filament) in it. However, as most mushroom spores are airborne and can travel long distances, they can easily come into contact with the soil products from neighbouring areas. All compost products are a very desirable medium for mushroom and other fungal growth, so when the conditions are optimal temperature and moisture, the spores can grow, becoming mushrooms. This is especially true when there is a spore concentration within the wind stream.

    Our research indicates a few ways to reduce the mushrooms once the spores have germinated.

    Reduce Irrigation: In gardens or landscaped areas, mushrooms are associated with abundant water or poor drainage and cooling nights, and mushrooms tend to go away as the soil dries out. So water less.

    Better Air Movement: Aerating the soil to improve water penetration may help.

    Fertilize: You can sometimes eliminate mushrooms growing from organic matter by applying nitrogen fertilizer. This helps because fertilization speeds up the decomposition of organic matter.

    As mushroom inoculum is most likely not immediately present in our piles of soil these are just recommendations that we have looked into, but we do not have any firsthand experience with these methods.

    Mushroom spores and other fungal vegetative filaments are everywhere and are easily spread from one area to another through tools, boots, air currents and garden implements. As the nights cool and if moisture is optimal, a fungus is triggered to develop its reproductive structures-mushrooms. This is a natural process, but with limited water, the reproductive structures are inhibited, and mushroom development is limited. Remember, mushrooms and other fungi are one of the driving forces in the decomposition process, so their presence indicates that the soil, mulch and other substrate is healthy and decomposition is proceeding.

  • Do you install the products?

    We do not install any of the products but we deal with many qualified contractors. If you would like to contact us we can supply a list of contractors that may be able to help you, services range from landscaping, to retaining walls and fences.