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3 Ways To Make Your Winter Easier: Prepare with Bulk Salt, Commerical Snow Plowing, and Liquid De-Icer

By | September 15th, 2015|Winter|

Sagamore’s Commercial Snow Plowing and De-Icers will Keep You Safe Winter can bring out the worst in everyone. It’s an unfortunate side effect to cold weather, icy roads, and overall dreary skies. However, being prepared for winter is critical to ensuring that you aren’t sent home singing the winter blues all day. Investing in products [...]

Planting in Top Soil: Your Summer Gardening Explained

By | July 31st, 2015|DIY Tips, landscaping, mulching|

If you’re like us, then you love the summer because you’re able to plant new flowers and see new blooms. However, while we all love the way flowers look, if you don’t use the right instructions and follow some simple rules of thumb, your garden won't be flourishing. We have provided for you here the [...]

3 Summer Projects where a Slinger Truck is a Must-Have!

By | July 28th, 2015|Slinger Trucks|

If you’ve ever seen a slinger truck before, you know how big a help it is on the construction site. It can cut labor and project times in half, making your timesheet and wallet happier. Summer is the best time to begin construction in Northeast Ohio. After all, the frigid winter makes it impossible to [...]

See Slinger Trucks in Action!

By | June 8th, 2015|Slinger Trucks|

Slinger trucks are some of the most helpful tools that are on the market, and construction managers around the country should know about them and their potential benefits. However, it’s difficult to describe the way in which a slinger truck works without a visual representation of the truck in action. So, we’ve scoured the web [...]

The top 5 ways to use No. 34 gravel

By | June 2nd, 2015|landscaping|

Gravel is an incredibly valuable material with a wide variety of uses. It comes in many different sizes, each one good for certain things. For instance, our large oversize gravel can be used as decoration in gardens, while our small no. 8 gravel can be used in animal pens and on trails. Here, we will [...]

How to determine the amount of mulch you should buy

By | April 6th, 2015|mulching|

So, spring has come and the snow has melted from your yard. It means that you survived yet another bitter Northeast Ohio winter. For the first time in almost six months, you’ll be able to see the grass on your lawn and enjoy some sunshine! However, it also means that you should begin thinking about [...]

Why you should invest in a slinger truck for your next project:

By | April 2nd, 2015|Slinger Trucks|

If you are a general contractor or project manager, then you know how frustrating it can be to waste your workers’ time and money from your pocket by taking an entire afternoon to spread a big pile of mulch around the yard of whatever property you’re working on. Your workers hate it because it takes [...]

Creating a Gravel Pathway in Your Backyard

By | March 19th, 2015|Uncategorized|

Gravel is a different material than limestone, so it should be treated differently. When you think of gravel, you probably think of gravel driveways. Well, actually, the best way to incorporate gravel into your yard’s landscape is to use it for drainage or decoration. One of the most common applications of gravel is to create [...]

How to Choose the Mulch that is Best for Your Home

By | March 9th, 2015|mulching|

One of the most essential parts of your outdoor landscape is the mulch in your flowerbeds. Mulch is essential to your home’s landscaping because it helps pack in heat during the cold summer nights and also feeds water to your plants overnight. Those are both pretty important parts of your home’s landscaping. Here at Sagamore, [...]

Why Making Mulch Isn’t Worth the Effort

By | February 25th, 2015|landscaping|

In the age of Pinterest, DIY projects are all the rage, and while they are sometimes cost efficient, you can easily bite off too much and be left with a lot of unused materials and no final product. Such is the case with mulching. Using clippings, eggshells, and hay can all be possible mulch substitutes. [...]