1/4 Down (Screenings)

Size: 1/4" and smaller
Use: Finely graded for use in pathways, horse rings, stables, and barns. Excellent for backfill of underground cables, storage tank bedding, asphalt mixes and concrete block.

Crusher Run

Size: Varies in size from a powder to about an inch.
Use: Best results when compacted in place. Commonly used as base for roads, driveways, and parking lots. Also suitable for backfill, shoulder material, and under curb and gutter.

1/2" Stone

Size: 1/2"
Use: Versatile for a variety of commercial and residential uses, including asphalt course-base mix, stone driveways or use in ready-mix concrete. Other applications include bedding for pipes, filter stone, concrete slab bedding, and residential drainage.

#57 / 67 Stone

Size: 3/4"
Use: Versatile for a variety of commercial and residential uses, including asphalt course-base mix, stone driveways or use in ready-mix concrete. Other applications include specific fields, bedding for large pipes, filter stone, under drain in highway construction, concrete slab bedding and residential drainage.

1 1/2" Stone

Size: 1 1/2"
Use: Excellent for use around construction sites, especially for erosion control, new driveway bedding, choking and bridging muddy areas and stabilizing parking areas. Also good as filter stone for sewage plant clarifiers, railroad ballast, and architectural uses.

2" - 3" Stone

Size: Ranges from 2" to 3"
Use: Excellent for use around construction sites, especially for erosion control, new driveway bedding, choking and bridging muddy areas and stabilizing parking areas. Also good as filter stone for sewage plant clarifiers, railroad ballast, and architectural uses.

Surge

Size: Varies in size from a powder to about 3"
Use: Commonly used as a sub-base and base for unsuitable areas for commercial and residential building, driveways, and parking lots.

Rip-Rap

Size: Varies in size from 2" to 24"
Use: Commonly used in reservoirs, ponds, dams, streambeds, bridge abutments, pilings and other shoreline structures against water or ice erosion.