The Dirt Doctors is now an Authorized Dealer of Sheds by Ward's Woodworking!
The Dirt Doctors is now an authorized distributor for Ward's Sheds. 100% American Made, customized, and built to order sheds at great prices.
Call us today and we will be happy to help design and order your custom space!
About Ward's Sheds:
With more than 30,000 happy shed owners and nearly 50 years under our belt, Ward’s still has a burning passion for hand-forging custom storage sheds & living spaces. Whether you need a place to hold your things, a space to work & create, or a place to park the car, your idea is our goal.
Ward’s aim is to offer an endless array of custom shed configurations, but in a simple, enjoyable package. Be it for business, pleasure, or general convenience, we strive to deliver the best-looking, rigid shed out there.
Don't know what to do with all those leaf and brush piles after your spring cleaning?
The Dirt Doctors will take all of your unwanted Clean yard waste Free of Charge!
You can pick up your mulch to finish the job while your here!
We can't wait to see you!
The Dirt Doctors is a proud Authorized Belgard, Unilock, and Pavestone Distributor!
See us for all your wall and paver needs!
Stop by and Check out our new products for 2017 including a full line of Natural Blue Stone!
The perfect addition to any of your spring projects!
Our product specialist can help determine which stone or stones will be the best for your needs and we have everything you need to get the job done.
Let the Dirt Doctors help you with all of your Spring Mulch needs!
Our experienced staff will help you choose the perfect solution for your mulching projects.
Call us today to set up delivery or swing by and pick up!
- April Gardening Tips
- 1)Rake or remove mulches from all flower beds
- 2)Plant lilies-of-the-valley, violets, and garden lilies.
- 3)To determine whether your garden soil is ready for seeds, grab a good handful of it. If you can form it into a ball, the soil is too wet. If it crumbles through your fingers and reminds you of chocolate cake, it's ready for planting.
- 4)Feed your trees. As soon as the frost goes out of the ground, give them a well-balanced slow-release fertilizer. Scatter about six good handfuls per each 10x10-foot area. Store leftover fertilizer in a small plastic trash can or a covered plastic container, and label it.
- 5)If you have dead spots in the lawn, plan to patch them before the summer heat. Loosen the soil and work in some good-quality compost, sprinkle grass seed, rake lightly, and tamp to assure good seed-to-soil contact. Mulch with a thin layer of straw. Water as needed to keep the soil evenly moist until the grass sprouts.