Gravel and Sand Products
Pea Gravel is a smooth rounded stone in a range of colors from white to brown. Pea Gravel is commonly used for paths, pond beds, landscape beds, parking lots and driveways.
57 River Gravel
57 stone is 1/2"-3/4" grey gravel. It works best for drains, driveways and erosion control.
Crushed granite material, commonly called Crush-and-Run, is an alternate top concrete for foundation work. It is used as the bases for paver and stone patios, walls and driveways.
White or River Sand
Masonry Sand (white sand) or River Sand (brown) is useful for a variety of landscaping projects from dressing a lawn's soil or filling a sandbox to being a cushion beneath above ground pool liners or filling in between brick pavers. Sand is available loose or bagged.
Granite dust is used for the installation of stone and concrete pavers. Granite dust (sand) can be leveled out with ease to create a primitive paving surface, or may be packed down to become a solid base for stone patios and pathways.
Pea Gravel And Sand
Pea Gravel is a small, smooth stone with rounded edges. Bulk pea gravel is a mixture of browns ranging from very light tan to a grayish brown. Pea gravel is commonly used for primitive driveways or walking paths, low maintenance ground covering, and is a key component of construction materials such as concrete. Pea gravel is relatively inexpensive and is very easy to install in any landscaping project.
White Sand is a naturally occurring granular material composed of finely divided rock and mineral particles. White sand is more aesthetically pleasing than regular play sand and is typically used where an attractive appearance is important.
White sand, also called masonry sand, is a key element in mortar for bricklaying and block work. White sand has a fine granular structure which also makes it ideal to fill in small depressions in a lawn or mix with clay soils to improve its condition for landscaping purposes.
River Sand is a naturally occurring granular material composed of finely divided rock and mineral particles. River sand has a reddish-brown color and has a coarser texture than white sand. River sand is suitable for filling in small depressions in a lawn or mixing with clay soils to improve its condition for landscaping purposes.
Helpful Installation & Maintenance Tips
For large areas that you want to cover with pea gravel or sand it is recommended that you first install a weed block fabric. Weed block fabric is a thin inorganic product usually sold in rolls about four feet wide and colored black. The fabric allows water to flow through to your soil but minimizes the ability for grasses and weeds to sprout from the base soil. While seeds that naturally fall on the gravel, above the weed block, can sprout, they are easily controlled with common wed control products.