Aggregated Base Course - ABC is a sub-layer material that is very effective in improving driveways, roadways, pathways and much more. It is placed directly on top of soil to form a solid foundation and can support heavier product such as asphalt, cement, and pavers.
Mulch is the layer of organic material placed on the top of the soil to feed plants to their roots. It is used when gardening and for growing grass. It retains moisture, insulates the soil and reduce erosion.
Mulch Mix is a mixture of mulch, sand and topsoil. This is used mainly for gardening as a healthy method for growing and it helps protect the topsoil.
Concrete Mix is a combination of pea gravel, rock, and sand, which makes it stronge and durable. Used for concrete.
Concrete Sand is made up of cement, sand and water. This packs well and contains some pebbles. This is recommended to use under pavers, for concrete production, and flagstone.
3"-6" DC Cobble has irregular shapes and the stone has grey, beige, cream, rusty and light brown tones throughout.
Pea Gravel is a small, pea size smooth stone, featuring a variety of color. It is commonly used for installation of walkways and pathways. It can be compacted and used as mulch. It requires little maintenance and is budget-friendly.
Mortar Sand is washed so it a fine grade of sand. This is commonly used under pavers and for masonry applications. Also popular for volleyball courts and sandboxes. Mortar is not as strong as concrete sand.
River Rock is a smooth hard stone used for River beds and gardening beds.
River rock is a natural smooth stone, good for landscaping and garden projects. Also,used to edge flower beds and prevents erosion on slopes.
River Rock is a heavier rock used to create pathways, build walls, accent ponds and fountains. Also, used in river beds to divert water away, also used in drainage areas.
Screened Fill Dirt is screened through a grate to rid it of rocks and particles. It is used commonly for making mounds or hills in your landscaping projects, or for planting grass or flowers.
Unscreened Fill Dirt contains extra particles and rock. It is coarse and used as a subsoil base.
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