What is Aggregate?
Aggregate is the granular material – such as sand, gravel, crushed stone, crushed hydraulic-cement concrete, or iron blast-furnace slag – that makes up between 60% and 70% of the volume of concrete. The type of aggregate used determines the durability, strength, thermal properties, and density of the hardened concrete.
Types of Aggregate
Our fill sand is used as a base for concrete products.
Used for laying block and brick. It is clean and screened and also works good for sandboxes & under pools.
Used for making your own concrete. If you have a small job at task this is your mix. It is sand and stone mixed together, add the cement & water, mix it up and your concrete is ready.
21a/22a/23a Road Mix
This is limestone dense grade, used for driveway material. When packed down it becomes hard as concrete.
This is a natural stone sized at 3/8”. Used for drainage, it can also be used for a playground or in a landscape.
This is a natural stone sized at 1″ on down in size well graded . This stone is used in concrete mixes upon request or as a landscape stone.
Screen sand, it is used in our concrete mixes.
Dump Truck and Slinger Delivery
Slinger truck can be used to dump or sling. The slinger will place product right where you want it or it is capable of just dumping it in a pile.
Salt (for winter melting)
Available in bulk, any quantity, can be picked up or delivered.
Screening top soil removes most of the debris and provides a loose, rich environment for the plant to thrive in to grow and develop properly.