Mulch: Done for the season but will be available in the spring.
Screened Sand - Also known as Fill Sand or Reject Sand. Unwashed sand with a small amount of clay and very small stones. Screened Sand is often used as a structural base for slabs and has a wide range of other uses in the construction industry. Price: $4.50/ton
Concrete Sand - Concrete Sand has undergone a washing process, so that most of the very fine, clay like material is removed. Frequently used in the production of concrete but not limited to that purpose. Concrete Sand can also be used as sand box sand.
Mason Sand - Ultra fine washed sand, traditionally used as a component for masonry mortar. Mason Sand can be used to create an artificial beach and it makes excellent sandbox sand! We often deliver Mason Sand to customers who are creating a base pad for their above ground pools.
Pit Run - Also know as Fill or Bank Run. Pit Run is material that has been extracted directly from a pit or mine bank with no manufacturing taking place. It's primarily used to fill in large holes, soft spots and in the creation of new roads. The material can range in size from sand to 18" stones. It is not recommended for homeowner use unless you have the appropriate heavy equipment as it is very difficult to move and level.
Fill Sand - Price: $2.00
Road Gravel - Also know as Dense Graded Base Course or Traffic Bond, it comes in a variety of sizes, the most readily available of which are 3/4" Road Gravel and 1 1/4" Road Gravel. 3/4" Road Gravel is the most commonly used product for the construction of driveways and private roads. It's designed to contain a variety of aggregate sizes in specific quantities that insure that the aggregates work to lock together and it packs quite well. It's a good road material to be used where a firm base has already been established. 21-A/23-A
21AA Gravel- Is a 7/8" road gravel that includes fines. Great for on top of you base layer, great compaction.
Recycled Asphalt - It is asphalt pavement that has been ground into gravel. The Recycled Asphalt product has much of the original oils still in it and with summer heat and compaction the oils and binders are melted into the gravel to make a more permanent and less dusty driveway than traditional Road Gravel. Many choose the Recycled Asphalt as a less expensive alternative to a new, conventional hot mix asphalt driveway.
1/2 minus Crushed Stone Gravel: Great top layer for roads. Offers a nice smooth and compact finish.