We offer a wide range of durable, quality aggregate products including sand, stone, gravel, ¾ crush, crusher run limestone, and limestone screenings. Our products are suitable for a variety of applications.
- Flower beds
- Parking pad
- Foundation Home/Sheds
- Patio base
- Covering Dirt
- Under Decks
- Side of Home
- Simple Decor
- Visual Appeal
- Swimming pool
- Dog Runs
- Fire Pit
3/4 CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE
This material is used as a road base or top coat before asphalt, sub-base for concrete sidewalks, concrete driveways, and patios. Back fill for retaining wall. Packs very hard.
2″ CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE
Same as ¾ crusher run. Used where an extra strong base is required.
3/4 CLEAR LIMESTONE
Used for under slab of residential, commercial and industrial floors. Drainage for window wells, under sheds and around weeping tiles. A self-compacting material, settles very little. All fines have been removed, a very clean material.
2″ CLEAR LIMESTONE
Used for a base where drainage is important. The product is 2″ pieces with the fines removed.
This is a mixture of ⅜” to ¾” clear limestone. A well-gradated product used in sewer/water main back fill or under slab for residential, commercial industrial floors. All fines removed. A very clean material.
Crushed 1/4” limestone with fines used under patio stones and bricks. This product can be used as a driveway topping, but it has a tendency to track. Packs very hard.
1/4 CHIP LIMESTONE
Also known as HPB. A washed material used to backfill petroleum tanks and sewer/watermain applications. A self-compacting material. All fines removed.
3/8″ PEA GRAVEL
3/8″ pea gravel is used for patios, driveway gravel, dog runs, gardens & playgrounds. 3/8″ pea gravel may be used in sub-surface gas tank installations. It is also used in flat roof applications. A washed product.
3/4″ CLEAR LIMESTONE
Even a better tribute to any driveway. It cost less because it contains crushed limestone but I have found it to be a great base for going over or to leave exposed. The product holds very well In rain and snow and is compacts great
GRANULAR A GRAVEL
Granular gravel is a manufactured mixture of sand and crushed rock 1” in diameter and smaller – used for the surface of roadways, parking areas and driveways. Can also be used in under slab of residential, commercial and industrial floors. Silt content is under 8% to allow for drainage.
Used as an economical backfill for around houses & other buildings. Used as base or backfill for sewer/watermain applications. Compacts very well but not suitable where drainage is needed.
Typically Concrete Sand is used for the bedding layer under interlocking stone because it is a coarse washed that is free of silt. Used for making concrete and to amend soil (to help loosen up the clay).
Screened sand, mixed with mortar for laying bricks. Used where a stone free fill is required, eg. under pool liners
Mulch is used for 5 main reasons.
- To suppress weeds
- To add nutrients to the soil
- To maintain moisture content for plant material in drought conditions
- To protect against erosion
- To insulate against temperature change
Benefits of Mulch
Reduces surface evaporation from the soil, moderates soil temperature variances, improves water penetration, protects shallow-root plants from freeze damage and frost-heave, discourages weed growth and improves soil structure and nutrient availability as it decomposes. As well, it is aesthetically pleasing and gives your property curb appeal.
Our Premium Triple Mix Soil is made to provide your garden with the vital nutrients it needs to grow and thrive throughout the season. In addition, it’s thoroughly screened to ensure that it remains virtually weed-free.
MATERIAL/ PRODUCTS WE DELIVER
- ¾” Recycled concrete
- ¾” Clear limestone
- ¾” Crushed limestone
- White granite
- Pea gravel
- Granular A
- River rocks 1-3 3-6 inch
- Concrete sand
- Brick sand
- Sand fill
- ¼” Limestone screenings
- High performance bedding stone
- Screened top soil
Grassy lawns are so overrated. They consume unnatural amounts of water to stay green and they require lots of maintenance to look good. We’ve been thinking more and more of gravel. It’s a not-quite hardscape material that’s permeable, low-maintenance, and inexpensive.