These examples are intended to give our customers or potential customers an idea of some of the materials out there that they may be thinking of using on there driveway, decorative area, concrete pad, lake bank, ETC.
These are only some of the most common materials that we use.
It is very important to use the correct aggregate to do a good job that will last and not end up costing you more money in the future.
Our hope is that you will be able to use this as a reference. We can help you choose more accurately what is the most economical and the most effective material for your particular job.
:NOTE THESE MATERIALS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY. Some of the rock may have a slightly different shade of color or consistency than what is shown in these pictures.
To get an estimate of how much rock you may need multiply the width of the area, times the length of the area, times the depth. Now divide by 20. The answer is in tons.
:Note this is an estimate. Every job is different there may be other variables to take into consideration.
We recommend you contact us so we can take a look at what you have and give you a more accurate estimate
Most commonly used on driveways for a top rock
Can also be used as a top rock on driveways.
Also used as a top rock.
2x3 Lime stone
Works really well as a base for driveways.
Also a really great base rock for driveways and concrete pads, etc.
Another great base for driveways, concrete pads, etc.
Most commonly used as a base for concrete pads
Used as a decorative rock around shrubs trees, etc.
Typically used on the banks of lakes and ponds.
3/8" pea gravel
Used around trees and shrubs as a decorative rock.
On the calculator express inches of depth as a percentage of a foot, for example, 1" =.08 2"= .173" = .254" = .335" = .42 and 6" = .50