There is nothing better than a perfectly landscaped front and backyard. The lush greenery or vibrant colors of a desert setting can be enjoyed by all. Flowers, trees and cacti can provide numerous benefits; not just for homeowners, but for the environment as well. Grass alone can help cleanse the environment. Grass captures dust, absorbs water and cleanses the air, among several other duties. Overall, a beautiful landscape provides a calming influence in the air. So, why not get started on an ambitious landscaping project heading into the fall season? Here is a list of averages of some Arizona landscaping prices.
- Landscape stone: priced between $20-$100 per cubic yard, on average.
- $0.75-$4 per cubic foot.
- Arizona river rocks can be costly, running around $230 per yard.
- Economy mulch generally costs $2-$4 per bag.
- Economy mulch can cost $15-$30 per cubic yard, if you prefer to measure it that way.
- Colored or hardwood mulch can cost $30-$40 per yard.
- That same type of mulch can run you between $3-$8 per bag.
- Mulch delivery can cost between $40-$100.
- Wood chips are typically cheap, costing about $2 per bag.
- Per yard, the average cost is $24 for wood chips.
- Wood chips delivery can cost between $120-$250, depending on the amount of area covered.
- Fill sand runs at a price of $15-$50 per yard.
- A bulk truck load delivery of sand, dirt or topsoil usually costs between $150-$600.
- Costs of landscaping boulders is between $100-$600 per ton.
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