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RUBBERMULCH.COM / RUBBERECYCLE

Since 1996 RubberMulch has manufactured top quality rubber surfacing products for military, commercial and residential markets. Pioneering the tire recycling industry, RubberMulch utilizes the most advanced technology and equipment to process scrap tires. All of our surfacing is manufactured on site, at our facility, which is monitored constantly to maintain the highest possible standard. When purchasing your surfacing at RubberMulch.com you receive the highest quality products for the most competitive prices. Add in superb service and solid reliability and RubberMulch.com holds the gold standard in the industry. All our products are proudly made in the USA.




Why Rubber Mulch Works Well Against Pests
Why Rubber Mulch Works Well Against Pests

March 26, 2019

Arguably one of the most coveted features of rubber mulch is that it won’t attract the usual outdoor bugs that wreak havoc on gardens and exteriors, such as ants and termites. Then there are the other creatures that are also unwelcome, including mice and snails. Aside from cedar chips which could help prevent the presence of moths, beetles, and cockroaches, very few ground cover mediums can lay claim to this.   

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rock garden
Can Rubber Mulch Be The New Rock Garden?

March 08, 2019

Rock gardens endure no matter what season or geographic location is involved. They can be found in Asia, Europe, and just about anywhere that there are boulders, stones, and all manner of rocks to be arranged. They can be created in public spaces and private gardens for people to visit and appreciate. Rock gardens are a welcome sight in tropical climate, and even in colder conditions. It’s safe to say that the rock garden is here to stay both as a practical and an ornamental option.

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Keeping Children Outdoors In Spite Of Today’s Technology

February 19, 2019

A recent study by the National Trust found that children spend half the time playing outside than their parents did. The study showed that children are playing outside for an average of just over four hours a week. This compares with over 8 hours a day for their parents when they were children.

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