We offer a wide selection of materials, to help meet any of your project requirements.
Aggregates made from screening natural sand deposits. Particles are smaller than 3 inches (75mm), but in general, range from a No. 4 sieve (4.75mm or 0.187" per square mesh opening), to a No. 100 sieve (0.150mm or 0.0059"). Compaction Fill is a byproduct of concrete crushing.
Aggregates comprised of finer rock fragments that mostly pass through the No. 4 sieve, but are larger than a No. 200 sieve (0.075mm or 0.0029"). These aggregates are typically blended with course aggregates to produce Portland Cement or Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA).
Dense Graded Aggregates
Aggregates made up of rock fragements that are smaller than 1.5 inches (37.5mm) in size. These aggregates have the ability to be very stable and tightly compacted. Commonly, they are used as either a road base or surface course layer, and for shoulder work.
Used as a surface course for roads, driveways, parking lots, and walkways. Oils in the asphalt have a tendency to heat-up on warm sunny days, which causes some of the "fines" to bind together, making this product much less "dusty" than crushed concrete or natural road gravel products.
Open Graded Aggregates
Aggregates that are typically more course in gradation with little material finer than the No. 200 sieve. These aggregates drain well, and are typically used as a base course under concrete & HMA pavement.
Aggregates typically containing particles less than 3 inches or 75mm in diameter, with a small amount of material passing the No. 4 sieve (4.75 mm or 0.187 inches per square opening).
Riprap, also referred to as cobble, is comprised of loose, angular stones, typically made from granite, limestone, or concrete rubble. Boulders, are rock fragments typically larger than 10 inches in diameter.
Topsoil, Dust, and Compost
Topsoil is the outermost layer of soil, typically found to be between 2 and 12 inches deep, and rich in organic matter & microorganisms. Compost, or humus, is the nutrient rich organic matter byproduct, of the controlled decomposition of green (yard) waste. Stone Dust, or Fine Crush is the byproduct of crushing concrete and stone, is powder-like in nature, and contains small amounts of stone that are typically less than 1/8" in size.
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