5481 S Coolidge Ct. Aurora, CO 80016, | 3802 Liberty Dr. Port Allen, LA 70767

playgrounds

Whether your playground is in an educational facility or part of the Parks & Recreation department, we will work closely with you around budgets to make sure our community is taken care of.  We specialize in installing IPEMA Certified Engineered Wood Fiber with our blower trucks to bring the safety depth back up to standards in a fraction of the time that it would take a team of laborers to do by hand.

MULTI-FAMILY / Special districts / residential

Depending on the layout of your property, the landscape can be in hard to reach areas for the traditional skid steers and other equipment and cause damage to the property when using this equipment. With the use of our 400’ hose, access is rarely an issue when you use a Blower truck and will take a fraction of the time to install mulches and over seeding applications. With the use of the Slinger truck, installing decorative rock allows for greater mobility throughout the property to complete the job quickly.

RETAIL / MIXED USE

Part of what entices consumers to shop at your facilities is the outside appearance. Upkeep is easier and more budget friendly with the use of Blower and Slinger trucks. 

 

  • – Over-seeding on existing anemic turf
  • – Remulching mulch beds with a fresh top dress
  • – Refilling decorative rock beds

Construction

Both our Blower trucks and Slinger trucks offer increased efficiency and cost savings on your projects.


Blower Trucks:


Most useful in landscape applications, Blower trucks can also offer the ability to install sand and ¾” aggregate in storm drain filter vaults, install structural fill in hard to access areas and pump drainage rock and lightweight soil to Green roofs and raised amenity decks.  From there we can put the icing on the cake by applying a smooth and even mulch application and use compost blanket seeding to revegetate all the areas disturbed during construction to help deliver the project on time and within budget.


Slinger trucks: 


Slingers take all of the work out of installing large amounts of aggregate type materials from sand up to 2-3” Cobble and everything in between  – Slingers are the smart choice.  Backfilling foundation drainage, slab prep for large areas where plumbing and utilities make it impossible to get equipment in without breaking pipes are just a few examples of why using a Slinger makes it easier. 

 

Here are a few more uses as well;

Landscaping:

 

  • – Road Median Fill
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  • – Garden Beds
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  • – Parking Lot Island Fill
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  • – Retaining Wall Fill
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  • – Terraces-Filling with soil or rock
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  • – Apron Landscape-Fill Around Apartment Buildings
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  • – Sod Preparation/Top Dressing: no extra equipment necessary
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Commercial Concrete Foundations:

 

  • – Gravel Fill for Post-Tension Concrete Slabs
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  • – Under-Slab Gravel
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  • – Sand Cushion Vapor barrier
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  • – Fill for French Drains
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  • – Utility Trenches
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  • – Gravel fill for Plumbing trenches-where compaction equipment cannot be used
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  • – Tilt-Up Wall Buildings-Use a Slinger Truck to Back Inside the Erected Building to Spread Gravel Under the Concrete Floor.
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  • – Slab-on-Grade Foundations
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  • – Monolithic Slabs
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Wind/Solar Farm Construction:

 

  • – Wind Turbine Foundation-Backfill with Soil @ 200 tons/hour
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  • – Wind Farm Substations-Fill Between Foundation Towers
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  • – Fill for Underground Electrical Conduit 
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  • – Pipeline Trenches
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  • – Gravel Fill on Detention Ponds
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  • – Topsoil Spreading on Hillsides for Erosion Control 
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  • – Revegetation of the Land When Turbines are Finished Being Erected
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Industrial/Miscellaneous:

 

  • – Highway Projects – Topsoil Fill Along Roadside
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  • – Fill for Road Shoulders on Highway/County Roads
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  • – Agriculture – Fill Pivot Tracks or Backfill Eroded Concrete Ditches
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  • – Fill for Pond Liners
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  • – Fill for “Rain Gardens” – Stormwater Management Systems
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  • – Storm-Tech Gravel Fill for Stormwater Management Systems
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  • – Fiber-Glass Fuel Tank Systems – Backfill with Pea Gravel 
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  • – Oil-Field-Tank Farm In-Fill and Pipeline Bedding

Land development

Blower Trucks:

 

 

Blower trucks provide the ultimate cost saving solution for land development companies. From innovative sediment and erosion control measures to Terraseed blanket revegetation and new mulch install, we are a one stop shop for low cost stormwater compliance.

 

 

Slinger Trucks:

 

 

Residential Concrete Foundations: 

  • – Under-Slab Gravel Fill
  • – Perimeter Drain Gravel Cover
  • – French Drain Gravel Cover
  • – Garage Fill 
  • – Septic Systems
  • – Plumbing Pipe bedding
  • – Retaining Wall Fill
  • – Foundation Backfilling-Using Native Soil or Imported Rock
  • – Common Area Rock Install for Landscapers

EnVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION

Express Mulching brings expertise and experience to the table when it comes to challenging environmental restoration.  Each project requires an approach tailored to the specific site needs.  Below we will mention a few of the ways that our blower trucks can make environmental restoration more efficient and effective, and the types of jobs we can help make successful.

Site impact- all material is delivered via a 5” 400+’ hose pipe controlled by one person. Access to steep slopes, inaccessible areas are made less difficult. In addition, the lack of heavy wheeled or tracked equipment in the work area, make the process cleaner and less impactful on the surrounding environment and other completed work.

 

Versatile applications-

 

  • Terraseeding – Utilizing our blower truck computerized seed injection systems and a class 1 compost to revegetate areas disturbed by natural or manmade disasters.
  • SiltSock – Our blower trucks offer the ability to provide onsite installation for 12”, 18”, 24” and 36” silt sock which is a cost effective alternative to SiltFence. Filled with a composted mulch mixture that is a great soil amendment making removal cost/disposal of material greatly reduced with the silt sock.  When the project is over, the sock is cut and removed, and you are then only left with organic material which benefits your final stabilization efforts by improving the existing soil quality.  These socks can also be seeded to create a vegetated berm to aid in wind and water erosion.