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Some of these include: crushed stone, sand, gravel, and landscape rock. These materials are produced from natural deposits of various materials from limestone to quartzite. Our attention to quality and detail starts at the source. The geographic diversity of our pits allows us to produce and process a wide variety of materials — giving you the exact rock you need for your job. View our Sand and Gravel Products Catalog.
It is gray in color. Crushed Stone Base Course aggregate used in parking lots and as a stabilizing base. Due to the size and durability of gabion stone, it also works very well in line ditches with moderate flow of water.
Course aggregate used in parking lots and as a stabilizing base. Riprap Best for slowing fast flowing water and preventing embankment erosion.
Gabion Stone gets its name from the baskets it typically fills. The most common use of Gabion Stone is to stabilize shorelines, streambanks, and other sloped areas.
It is also used to prevent erosion. Along shorelines to prevent erosion Bridge abutments Pilings Other shoreline structures Embankments As an anti-erosion material, riprap is often found in man-made shorelines.
Uses for Riprap: In streambeds to slow fast moving water. Gabion Stone also works very well in line ditches with moderate flow of water.
Best for slowing fast flowing water and preventing embankment erosion. Cooper St. Arlington, TX Delivery only! Products Limestone. Most common applications include drainage, or as a top layer for parking areas.
Consists of crushed mixed rock and is typically grey in color.