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Aggregates & Crushed Limestone



Driveway Mix

Driveway Mix

Size: A customized mix of 3/4″, 1/2″ and Crusher Run
Use: For driveways; can also be used as parking lot and road base.
Benefits: Masterblend comprised of Crusher Run with 3/4″ & 1/2″ mixed together to create a crusher run type material with a larger volume of bigger stone allowing for greater compaction and less erosion.

Crusher Run

Crusher Run (Typical)

Size: 1” and down in size with dust.
Use: For driveways, brick/patio paver base; can also be used as parking lot and road base.
Benefits: Evenly graded with sizes ranging from 1” to dust that compacts easily forming a dense and durable surface.

 

Half inch Crusher Run (1)

½” Crusher Run

Size: 1/2” and down in size with dust.
Use: For driveways, brick/patio paver base, fill material and can also be used as parking lot and road base.
Benefits: Compacts easily forming a dense and durable surface. More Economical and Easier to Work by Hand with Rakes and Shovels than Standard CR

2 inch Crusher Run

2” Crusher Run

Size: 2” and down in size with dust.
Use: For new driveways, construction entrances, access roads and constructions sites, it’s large pieces of rock has high load bearing properties.
Benefits: An economical solution that can help with soil stabilization and it has good compaction ability

Screenings

Screenings

Size: 3/8” and down in size with dust.
Use: Used as a leveling base, backfill material around pipe and in horse arenas – barns – training rings.
Benefits: This is one of our most economical materials that can be used in multiple applications

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#10 Stone – Clean

Size: 3/8” and down in size evenly graded that has been washed.
Use: Used in paver applications, suitable for asphalt and concrete, backfill material around pipe, excellent product for use under concrete patios and is very easy to work by hand.

#7 Stone

#7 (1/2” Stone)

Size: 1/2” and down in size evenly graded with decreasing volume of fines.
Use: Commonly used as pipe bedding
Benefits: Drainage Characteristics

#57 Stone

#57 (3/4” Stone)

Size: 1” and down in size evenly graded with decreasing volume of fines.
Use: Commonly used bedding & backfill material for concrete pipe/structures such as storm water and sanitary sewer applications, backfill of retaining walls it is also widely used as base material under concrete slabs – driveways – basements – garage floors and sidewalks.
Benefits: Due to its great drainage characteristics this product is one the most requested.

2 inch rock

#2 (3” Stone)

Size: 3” and down in size evenly graded with decreasing volume of fines.
Use: This coarse material allows water to drain easily and is commonly used in Drain Fields and septic installs, new construction roads, farm roads, and is an excellent choice when trying to stabilize soft/muddy situations.

RipRap

Rip Rap

Size: 6” – 12” in size this material is used primarily in erosion control.
Use: You will typically see Rip Rap lining ditches, drainage areas, embankments, erosion control swales & check damns and even occasional as a landscaping aid.

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Rip Rap Class 1

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Rip Rap Class 2

Rip Rap – Class 1 & Class 2

Size: Class 1 is up to 24” in size and Class 2 is up to 36” in size this material is used primarily in erosion control.
Use: this material is used primarily in erosion control. Class 1 & 2 Rip Rap is mostly used in/near/around water ways such as near dams, bridges & boat ramps as bank stabilization of river banks and lake banks. Sometimes it is also used in stabilization areas ,large areas of fill and even landscaping.

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Shot Rock

Size: With large pieces of rock 2’ – 3’ in size, this material is the result of blasting the rock in a quarry. It’s sizes will vary from large to small
Use: Bedding in new roads, storm drainage, bedding material for culverts at creek crossings, soft farm roads, and even the occasional landscaping project

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Pea Gravel

Pea Gravel is available in many different sizes, colors, and variations. Typically Pea Gravel is of a round variety but occasionally is requested fractured/broken.

Size: ranging for 3/8” to 2” and various colors such as brown and grey the uses are just as various.
Use: Exposed concrete surfaces, landfill liners, pavement and landscaping are just a few uses.

3x5 Riverrock

River Rock

Size: River Rock is also available in many different sizes ranging from a few inches to 2 ½’.
Use: Typically River Rock is used as a decorative stone in erosion control and landscaping.

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Sand



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Manufactured Sand

Size: Mfg sand is limestone that has been crushed down to a very small size.
Use: Mfg Sand is used in pavers and an ingredient for making concrete, leveling base for pavers, backfill material around pipe and in horse arenas – barns – training rings and makes a good bedding for small livestock pens.
Benefits: It is easy to rake and can be used in multiple applications

masonrysand

Masonry Sand (Natural)

Natural Masonry Sand is a natural mountain sand mined from certain regions The Cumberland Plateau and is run through a screening process that sorts the grain sizes forming a very fine material.

Size: Masonry Sand is typically comprised of granular pieces 1/16” and smaller
Use: Mortar for decorative stone, brick and block construction. The natural composition of our sand is used internationally in the manufacturing of ceramic tile. Above ground swimming pools are also installed over a bed of masonry sand.

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Concrete / Asphalt Sand (Natural)

Opposite to masonry sand Concrete Sand is much more coarse in its composition.

Size: With the largest pieces being no larger than 1/4” and fewer fines
Use: Concrete plants and asphalt mixes

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Golf Course Sand (Natural)

Our Golf Course sand is derived from a washed material minimizing any clay and silt content, thus making “top dressing” smoother. Its low calcium content and low ph levels helps to slow the breakdown of nitrogen which helps reduce thatch, increases green speeds and makes for smoother putting surfaces. Natural sand makes for better bunkers and topdressing spreads as the angulation of the particles spreads easier than competitive manufactured sand from other regions.

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Dirt



Fill Dirt

Unscreened Fill Dirt

Fill Dirt – Screened & Unscreened

As it’s name implies, fill dirt is earthy material which is used to fill in a depression or hole in the ground or create mounds or otherwise artificially change the grade or elevation of real property. Fill dirt should be as free of organic matter as possible since organic matter will decompose creating pockets of empty space within the fill which could result in settling. Uneven or excessive settling of the fill can result in damage to any structures built on the fill.

Screened Fill Dirt has been processed through a screener that removes any oversized rocks and sticks. Unscreened Fill Dirt is excavated from the earth and delivered in the same state that it was removed.

Screened Topsoil

Screened Topsoil

Unscreened Topsoil

Unscreened Topsoil

Topsoil – Screened & Unscreened

Topsoil is the upper, outermost layer of soil, usually the top 2 inches to 8 inches. It has the highest concentration of organic matter and microorganisms and is where most of the Earth’s biological soil activity occurs. It also houses many organisms. Plants generally concentrate their roots in and obtain most of their vital nutrients from this layer. A variety of soil mixtures are sold commercially as topsoil, usually for use in improving gardens and lawns, e.g. container gardens, potting soil and peat. Another important yet not commonly known use for topsoil is for proper surface grading near residential buildings such as homes. The ground around the home should slope down six inches for the first ten feet away from the home. This can often be done by adding topsoil (not sand or gravel).

Screened topsoil has been processed through a screener that removes any oversized rocks and sticks. Unscreened topsoil is excavated from the earth and delivered in the same state that it was removed.

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Other



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ProMix

Mulch

Mulch

Mushroom Compost

Mushroom Compost

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