Playground Chips

Playground Chips

Common Uses

  • Play Areas
  • Groundcover
  • Mulch

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Playground Chips

Description

   Playground Chips are made of alder. They work well in a playground area because they do not splinter, like other woods tend to. This product can also be used as ground cover. It has a lighter, whiter color than the other barks.

   When applied in play areas, it should typically be put in a minimum of 6-inches thick dependent upon the height of play structures.

   When using as a ground cover to help suppress weed growth and retain soil moisture, the typical installation involves a layer 2 - 4" thick that will need to be replenished about once a year. Be sure when laying bark to pull the material back from the stalks of your shrubs and plants to allow air flow and prevent rotting.

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Areas Served:

 

Kitsap County Including:

Bainbridge Island, Breidablick, Bremerton, Brownsville, Camp Union, Chico, Crosby, Gorst, Hansville, Holly, Illahee, Indianola, Keyport, Kingston, Lofall, Manchester, Nellita, Olalla, Port Gamble, Port Orchard, Poulsbo, Seabeck, Silverdale, Southworth, Sunnyslope, Suquamish, Tracyton, Union

 

Pierce County Including:

Arletta, Artondale, Canterwood, Crescent Lake, Edgewood, Fife, Fircrest, Fox Island, Gig Harbor, Home, Key Center, Lakebay, Lakewood, Longbranch, Milton, Point Fosdick, Purdy, Puyallup, Raft Island, Richmond Point, Rosedale, Tacoma, University Place, Vaughn, Wauna, Wollochet

 

Mason County Including:

Allyn, Belfair, Dewatto, Fair Harbor, Grapeview, Harstene Island, Little Hoquiam, Mason Lake, Stretch Island, Tahuya, Treasure Island, Union, Victor

 

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Playground Chips
Playground Chips