Mulch and Stone Delivery
McCarty Mulch & Stone owns and operates our own fleet of delivery trucks.
At McCarty Mulch & Stone we own and operate our very own fleet of delivery trucks, which gives us the ability to service our customers in and around Central Indiana promptly and efficiently. We can deliver in amounts from a few cubic yards all the way up to semi load quantities. Please call our qualified staff today, and request a delivery quote. Call now! 317-885-1985. Delivery costs are based on a radius map of the greater Indianapolis area, truck size and mileage associated with each delivery.
McCarty Mulch specializes in bulk deliveries of mulch, soil and stone. Smaller homeowner deliveries of mulch and stone; 1-15 cubic yards will be delivered in single axle style or one-ton dump trucks. Larger deliveries from 15 to 35 yards of mulch and soil will be brought out in tri-axle type dump trucks. Tri-axle trucks require more area to maneuver and dump and are mostly used for commercial deliveries. Quantities of 40 to 90 yards will be delivered by semi-trucks with walking floor trailers.
McCarty Mulch & Stone delivers to Acton, Atlanta, Avon, Bargersville, Beech Grove, Brownsburg, Brown County, Camby, Carmel, Castleton, Cicero, Clermont, Cumberland, Danville, Decatur, Eagle Creek, Edinburgh, Fairland, Fishers, Franklin Township, Fortville, Fountaintown, Franklin, Geist, Greencastle, Greenfield, Greenwood, Indianapolis, Kirklin, Knightstown, Lapel, Lawrence, Lebanon, Lizton, Martinsville, McCordsville, Morgantown, Morse, Monrovia, Mooresville, Nashville, New Palestine, New Whiteland, Nineveh, Noblesville, Pittsboro, Pendleton, Perry Township, Pike, Plainfield, Shelbyville, Sheridan, Speedway, Thorntown, Trafalgar, Warren, Westfield, Whiteland, Whitestown, Zionsville, and all of Central Indiana.
If you are looking for reliable, prompt delivery by qualified drivers to your home or business than look no further than the mulch delivery experts. Call and compare! We guarantee that our delivery rates and our professional drivers are second to none.
“Call and Compare! We guarantee that our delivery rates and our drivers are second to none.”
If possible we would request that customers are present during delivery of materials. However, under certain circumstances we understand that it is not always possible.
If you will not be home during delivery, please be very detailed and specific when placing order with office staff about your desired dumping location. Such things as shovels, cones or chalk outlines around you dumping location can help the drivers determine the correct dumping spot.
McCarty Mulch will do our best to satisfy your product placement requests, and generally under normal circumstances we encounter very few problems dumping smaller trucks exactly where you need them to be.
However, because of the size, weight and quantities delivered on all of our delivery trucks we need to be cautious of such things as buried utilities, overhead lines, fresh or new concrete and asphalt, sprinkler systems, septic tanks/fingers and weather conditions such as water logged lawns.
Even in the driest of conditions, loaded delivery trucks have a tendency to make tire indentions in your lawn, this can be compounded further by wet weather. If it is desired that trucks go off of a paved or hardened area, customers and our experienced drivers can make a mutual determination if it will be safe and feasible to dump in desired location.
Please have a secondary dumping location in mind if it is determined that safety or damage could be compromised or occur in and around you primary dump site. Also, children and pets should be kept indoors during delivery to minimize any driver distractions.
Safety is priority one for customers and our drivers.
McCarty Mulch specializes in bulk deliveries of mulch, soil and stone. Smaller homeowner deliveries of mulch and stone; 1-15 cu. yds. will be delivered in single axle style or one-ton dump trucks. Larger deliveries from 15 to 35 yds of mulch and soil will be brought out in tri-axle type dump trucks. Tri-axle trucks require more area to maneuver and dump and are mostly used for commercial deliveries. Quantities of 40 to 90 yards will be delivered by semi-trucks with walking floor trailers.