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Free Wood Chips

We offer free wood chips, which can be used as mulch, in Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Apex, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, Garner, Holly Springs, Clayton, and surrounding areas of NC.

Whenever we remove or prune trees, we use our chippers to shred the limbs and logs into small pieces, producing 100% organic, unprocessed, nutrient-rich wood chips that can be used for all your mulching needs.

These wood chips can be used as mulch around trees, shrubs, and flowers. They can also be used as lining for outdoor dog pens, yard decoration, or in a compost pile.


Our free wood chips include free on-site delivery! Why free?

Because if we do not give them away we have to pay to dump them at a landfill. Not only do we have to pay, but green waste decomposing without oxygen (which usually happens at landfills) creates excess methane, a greenhouse gas that is nearly 30 times more potent than carbon dioxide. It’s very bad for our environment.

We would MUCH rather have our wood chips put to good use by you. We save money and help reduce damage to our environment.

It is a win-win, recycling at its best!

If you would like wood chips simply call us today and request a load. When we are next working in your area and have a load of wood chips available, we will deliver them to your home or place of business.

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