Bulk Stone

Let us help you complete your special project or job by meeting all your stone and gravel needs. Whether you are doing a small decorative garden with a water feature or putting in a new driveway to building a new apartment complex, no job is too big or small. We offer a large variety of rock, stones, and gravels. If you need it or want it, we either have it or we can get it for you. Here is a list of our most popular products we carry:


1/2" Pea Gravel

A rounded, semi-smooth 1/2" stone that is normally a color mix of white, beige, and yellow. This stone can be used as a draining stone, around pools or great for pathways.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 120 square feet to an average depth of 2" inches.

Half Inch Pea Gravel
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3/4" Pea Gravel

A rounded, semi-smooth 3/4" stone that is normally a color mix of white, beige, and yellow. A popular stone for decorative gardens or landscapes, but versatile enough for many other jobs as well.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 120 square feet to an average depth of 2"

Three Quarter Inch Pea Gravel
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1/2" Red Stone

A crushed stone that is 1/2" in size and red in color, this stone is a favorite to use on landscapes to add a splash of color.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 140 square feet to an average depth of 2"

Half Inch Red Stone
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3/4" Red Stone

A crushed stone that is 3/4" in size and red in color, this stone is terrific to use in landscapes to add color and give it a great textured look.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 130 square feet to an average depth of 2"

Three Quarter Inch Red Stone
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1"-3" River Jacks

A mix of 1"-3" water rounded river stones that are usually grey, white, green, red, and brown in color. These rocks are great for water features, among many other duties.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 80 square feet to an average depth of 3"

One to Three Inch River Jacks
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3"-5" River Jacks

A mix of 3"-5" water rounded river stones that are usually grey, white, green, red, and brown in color. These rocks are great for water features, among many other duties.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 50 square feet to an average depth of 5"

Three to Five River Jacks
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5"-8" River Jacks

A mix of 5"-8" water rounded river stones that are usually grey, white, green, red, and brown in color. These rocks are great for water features, among many other duties.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 30 square feet to an average depth of 8"

Five to Eight River Jacks
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Stone Dust (#10)

Pulverized grey stone used in the construction of walkways or other stable surfaces.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 130 square feet to average depth of 2".

Stone Dust
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Crusher Run (CR6)

Crushed stone, grey in color, which has been ground but has not been sorted for particle size. Size can be as big as 3/4" and is generally used to create a base for driveways and under pavers.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 120 square feet to average depth of 2".

Crusher Run
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1/2" Grey Stone (#8)

A crushed stone that is 1/2" in size and grey in color, this stone is excellent for driveways or landscapes.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 150 square feet to average depth of 2".

Half Inch Grey Stone
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3/4" Grey Stone (#57)

A crushed stone that is 3/4" in size and grey in color, this stone is generally used for driveways or drain fields.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 150 square feet to average depth of 2".

Three Quarter Inch Grey Stone
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3/4" Texas White Stone (#57)

A crushed stone that is 3/4" in size and varying shades of white and grey in color, this stone is great for driveways or landscapes and can add a slight sparkle in the sun.

Coverage Guidelines: 1 ton covers an area approximately 120 square feet to average depth of 2".

Texas White Stone
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Yellow Sand

A Yellow sand that is generally used to create a compact infrastructure underneath paver walkways, sidewalks and any other jobs that require a non-shifting floor.

Yellow Sand
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