Tuesday, May 21, 2013 by IMC
Many of us have taken the hook - pay more for colored wood mulch in the hope that the color will last longer than a week. Our question is why pay for the "premium colored wood mulch" and take the gamble if rubber mulch is guaranteed to maintain its color for more than a decade? Did we also mention that you will save time and money? If we have your interest why not read a bit more on the topic?
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 by IMC
I thought that might grab your attention as everyone likes to save money when they have the chance. What if I also said you could do less work, save the environment and save thousands of dollars in the process simply by switching to rubber mulch?
Tuesday, January 29, 2013 by IMC
February may be one of the toughest gardening months of the year – 70 degree weather one day, 30 and snow the next – so what is the home gardener to do during this roller coaster of a month? While you may have a constant eye to the sky, February is actually the perfect month for gardeners across the country to research, plan and begin to lay the ground work for the spring and summer seasons.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 by IMC
For years we have touted the benefits of using rubber mulch as a safety surface. Today, we are going to let someone else share their thoughts after replacing a playground surface with recycled rubber mulch. I will give you a hint - injuries decreased, and the children were happy to see the change!
Thursday, October 18, 2012 by IMC
With winter just around the corner many amateur gardeners often resign themselves to watching the leaves fall, putting away the lawn mower and dreaming of a time when the temperatures begin to rise and they can once again get their hands dirty. But there is still much you can do before the snow falls...
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 by IMC
At first glance this may sound like a bit of a strange statement, but it is a fact. The more we can recycle old tires into products such as Rubberific Mulch, NuPlay or other products made from 100% recycled rubber, the fewer mosquitoes we will have.
Friday, August 10, 2012 by IMC
Recycled rubber mulch from IMC is the perfect example of a cradle to cradle product - giving discarded tires a second life and lessening landfill waste.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 by IMC
It is a question that we should ask of ourselves more often. The word “why” should most often be followed with the phrase “am I doing this?” Is what I am doing making life easier? More complicated? Am I becoming a better person for doing this? Am I helping others, or supporting a cause as a result of my actions? I am no psychiatrist, but would venture to say that if we took a moment, just a brief one, and asked ourselves “why am I doing this?” we would not do many of the things we do.
Friday, June 1, 2012 by IMC
Termites do not like cold weather. During the cold winter months they hibernate until temperatures tend to moderate into the 60-degree range – the longer they stay asleep, the less they reproduce. With spring arriving in some areas months in advance, many experts say that this year’s crop of termites may be on the biggest and most destructive we have seen in recent memory. So how can you stop them?
Thursday, February 9, 2012 by IMC
Sometimes when homeowners tell their friends that the mulch in their yard is made from recycled rubber tires, they get a response like, “you have to be kidding me.” But then when they say that they won’t have to remulch for the next ten years people are astounded. Who would have thought that when the vulcanized rubber tire was invented in the 1800’s, that one day it would have a second life adorning homes and businesses across the country and around the world.