All of our materials are located in one convenient location with a certified scale for accurate measurements.
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Clean sand that is typically used to backfill new structures, change the grade of a location, or fill an area such as a removed pool or other object.Top of Page
Our premium black dirt is most frequently used for growing grass or planting gardens. Local landscaping contractors have exclusively used our black dirt for multiple decades.Top of Page
The types of washed stone that we offer are Pea Stone, 6A Septic Stone and 1-4" Stone. Our Pea Stone is approximately 3/8ths of an inch. The 6A Septic Stone is a little larger than pea stone and is typically used for drain fields or new septic systems. With a little more color, the 1-4" Stone is perfect for landscaping.Top of Page
We have several sizes of Field Stone ranging from one inch to over two foot. Currently, we have an abundance of 12-24" Stone and a wide variety of 24" plus boulders.Top of Page
This product is a great alternative to expensive hot asphalt and has the longest "life" of all of our driveway materials. We recycle the millings from road projects and place them in our crusher to break the material down. The finished product is pure asphalt pieces one inch or smaller. Typically, we suggest placing the material three or four inches thick and rolling it out to create a flat surface. With warm summer days, the asphalt particles fuse together to create a strong solid surface. This material is dust free and least likely to wash out.Top of Page
Waste concrete that is collected at our location is run through a crushing plant to create this product. Crushed concrete is great for a sturdy base in projects such as parking lots or driveways.Top of Page
Our recycled road gravel is a great alternative to crushed asphalt for our customers on a budget. The recycled gravel is unique because the finished product is a blend of regular road gravel and crushed asphalt. The asphalt is added to help bind the material together.Top of Page
Crushed limestone typically used for residential driveways. This material is desirable because of its light gray color.Top of Page