Pit Run & Bank Fill
This unscreened fill material is extracted directly from a bank where the rocks can vary greatly in size. It is primarily used to build up areas where grades are lower than the finished grade or to backfill around foundations. We have the team and the experience to fulfill your needs. Contact us for a quote today!
Fill dirt is earthy material which is used to fill in a depression or hole in the ground, create mounds or artificially change the grade or elevation of real property. Fill dirt is usually an underlying soil material which has little soil organic matter or biological activity and may also contain sand, rocks, and stones, as well as earth. Common uses for fill dirt include highway or road maintenance, construction sites and foundation work, and landscaping projects.
Our Deicing Sand is the ideal product for dealing with snow and ice within the environmentally-sensitive regions.
Frac-sand is a highly rounded, quartz sand of a specific particle size. It has a high compressive strength and is extremely crush-resistant.
Cinder Sand is a natural volcanic ash that is processed and screened to 1/8″ minus. This decorative rock provides beautiful ground cover with a professional look. It can be blended into native soils to improve aeration and drainage, and helps limit weed growth.
Utility Spec. Sand
Utility Sand is produced from 100 percent clean recycled aggregates and can be used in a variety of applications. It is used mostly for trench fill, back fill behind retaining walls, and fill under concrete slabs and driveways. Utility Sand also qualifies for LEED points for use of recycled products.
Concrete sand is a course product that is washed and screened to a larger grit than Masonry Sand. It is ideal for mixing with cement and aggregate to create concrete.
Asphalt Grindings are a recycled product that reuses the asphalt material. This product is often used for driveways, roads, parking lots, and compounds.
Recycled Road Base
Recycled road base is produced by crushing concrete, and sometimes asphalt, to reclaim the aggregate. While recycled aggregate has many uses, the primary is road base.
The purpose of Road Base rock is to stabilize the surface. A thin layer of rock will smooth out the inconsistencies, harden the surface, and create a smooth foundation for paving.