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Athletic Field Silt (Screened) -
A custom soil which is consistent blend of sand, silt, and
clay screened through 3/8” screens to make for a safe and
smooth playing surface. It is also a suitable material for
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
slabs and has a wide range of other uses in the
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.
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.
Sand - Used in the construction of septic mound
systems, it's a special
quality of filter
sand that contains a
specific range of sizes of particles. We
test our Mound Sand to verify that it meets septic
code specifications. Filter
sand contains a mix of sizes to
fill up the void spaces and create an
environment for the air breathing bacteria to
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
Granite - Also known as Decomposed Granite or Rotten
Granite. The color of our granite is reddish-brown. It
is often preferred over road gravel for aesthetic
reasons. It begins in the form of granite rock and then
decomposes or breaks into a smaller particles or gravel.
The Red Granite is then screened to remove any large chunks
and to create a consistent blend of stone and clay. It can
be used for driveways and pathways and it compacts
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.
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. Recycled Asphalt can
come in several grades, the highest being made almost
entirely of asphalt, and the lower grades being
blends that include recycled concrete, bricks and
virgin material. The cost varies according to
Topsoil - Organic layer of surface
soil in which plants have most of their roots.
Topsoil - Quality topsoil is the basis for a
beautiful lawn or a successful garden. Our Screened Topsoil
has been processed through a series of screens that renders
it free of large stones and debris such as
tree roots and weed clumps.
Soil - The highest quality we offer, it's
an altered, nutrient packed version of our
topsoil. It is a mixture of screened
topsoil and mature composted material that's been created
by regular turning of the pile. It is the ideal
material for container plants and flower beds. It can
also be added to improve the health of your existing
topsoil it it's been depleted of its nurturing
Stone - Also known as Buckshot, it is a small, round
stone used in the production of ready mix concrete and
bituminous asphalt road surfaces. Common construction
applications include pipe bedding and
landscaping. Another potential us for 3/8"
stone is to place in a kennel, which will provide
adequate drainage and a soft surface for sensitive
Stone - Also know as 3/4" Clear, it is a crushed and
washed stone. It is the primary coarse
aggregate in ready mix concrete and base stone.
Construction applications include use as a drainage
backfill for foundations, pipe bedding, and
Washed Stone - Crushed and washed, 1 1/2"
Stone is most commonly used for decorative
landscaping and in the construction of mound
systems. It is occasionally used in the
production of concrete.
Rip Rap - Also known as Field Stones, these large
landscaping stones have a variety of uses limited only to
your imagination. They usually range in size from 6" to 36"
and larger sizes (boulders) are also available. They can be
used to construct retaining walls, waterfalls, rock gardens
or shoreline. Given our unique regional geology they come
in a rainbow of colors and are quite beautiful!
Steel or Plastic Culverts,
Bands and Endwalls
Hydraulic Hoses and Fittings - Call Gary Domke at
Extension 232 for more information.