Common Aggregates


SOILS

Ball Clay

Ball Clay is a filtered material used on the infield of baseball field diamonds.

Clay

Clay is a High PI material, used mainly for things such as lining a reservoir pond, or other uses where the water level and the impacts of water are taken into account.

Common Fill (also known as Fill Dirt).

Typical Fill is a cheap dirt that typically possesses a high clay content. It is dug right off of the earth with a backhoe and loaded onto a dump. It often has somewhat large pieces of clay-based, and is mainly used on construction sites where large equipment is accessible. This product would be challenging for the average homeowner to work and spread.

Select Fill.

Select Fill is a special material used usually with building pads. Occasionally, it will be utilized for trench backfill. Choose Fill is usually a blend of clay and sand that is dug and shaken to get a consistent mix, to ensure that when worked and compacted, the material will pass required testing for engineer requirements on building pads. Select Fill is generally used on buildings sites using equipment, but if you have a hole to fill in your yard and don’t mind the work, this is a less expensive alternative to Topsoil.

Topsoil – Enriched Topsoil.

Enriched Topsoil is a 70% mixture of compost and a 30% mix of sand. It’s a fantastic, nutrient rich choice as you plan your garden, but keep in mind that you probably do not want to plant directly into this substance. It will need to become mixed with natural soil. This is also a good choice for top dressing your yard.

Topsoil – Screened Topsoil.

Screened Topsoil is just that; a filtered blend of native top soil usually mixed with sand to duplicate the properties of sandy loam. Screened Topsoil is most often screened using a 3/8″ screen so that regardless of bigger than 3/8″ can penetrate. Screened Topsoil is also relatively free of organic matter such as roots. Screened topsoil is simple to rake, scoop, and spread. It’s a fantastic option for the average homeowner who needs yard maintenance or small leveling.

Topsoil – Unscreened Topsoil.

Unscreened Topsoil is used mainly on job sites when equipment are able to operate and spread out the materiel. Generally, Unscreened Topsoil will have more chunks of material, with occasional organic matter like roots.

SANDS.

Arena Sand is a special sand that is fantastic for horse arenas. We have a few varieties that we sell for runs, stalls, and arenas. Contact us, and we can send you some samples to make sure you get what you require for your four-legged buddies.

Arena Sand.

Brick Sand/ Masonry Sand.

Brick Sand is a screend & washed sand used by brick builders. Our Brick Sand complies with ASTM C33 specifications for uniform installation.

Concrete Sand.

Concrete Sand is a washed sand used to mix cement. Concrete Sand is a courser substance than brick sand.

Cushion Sand.

Cushion Sand can either be screened or unscreened. Despite the name, Cushion Sand often contains a minimum of some small rock and sometimes even bigger than that, and inveighes least some clay content. Cushion Sand is mainly used on building sites for pipe embedment, on structure pads around pipe, and under cement work.

Manufactured Sand.

Manufactured Sand is made up of Limestone Rock crushed down to reagular sand. Particle typical sizes are from 1/8″ to fine powder.

Play Sand.

Play Sand is a fine, clean sand, ideal for sand containers. We provide a Play Sand that is washed and a type that is also unwashed.

Silica Sand.

Silica Sand is a specialized sand, that has various uses. Silica Sand is a cleaned and dried material. It comes in numerous sizes ranging from an extremely fine product to an extremely course assortment. Finer sizes of the material could be toxic to breath, and caution should be used during the installing of finer grades of Silica Sand.

Volleyball Sand.

Comparing to Play Sand, Volleyball Sand is a finer, clean sand, that is excellent for sand volleyball courts.

GRAVELS.

1″ Granite.

1″ Granite stone is mainly black, gray, white with a tinge of burgundy. The 1″ Granite is primarily 1″ in size but does include some smaller pieces.

1″ River Rock.

1″ River Rock is stone, where all material is primarily 1″ in size. Color spectrum is generally more ancestral of gray.

2″ -3″ River Rock.

2″ -3″ River Rock where all stone is primarily 2″ -3″ in size. Color spectrum is typically white, cream, tan, brownish with a trace of additional color.

5/8″ Granite.

5/8″ Granite is mainly black, gray, white with a tinge of burgundy color . The 5/8″ Granite is mainly 5/8″ in size but does include some smaller sized and some larger pieces.

Decomposed Granite.

Decomposed Granite is usually brown to light tan in colour depending on that the place of the mining. The material is 3/4″ down to small fines, with roughly 5-10% passing filters screens at 3/4″ sieve. This material compacts down well, and is typically used for pathways and in landscape design.

Limestone # 57 Stone.

Limestone # 57 Stone is a washed rock that meets ASTM C33 requirements for use in concrete cement applications.

Limestone 3/4″ Embedment Rock.

Limestone 3/4″ foindation Rock primarily used for pipe foundations, but is also popular for covering driveways. The size variety of the 3/4″ varies from 1/4″ to 1 1/4″, with the primary size being 3/4″, thus the name 3/4″ Embedment. The different sizes allow the rock to lock up well, particularly when used as a covering rock on Flex Bottom driveways.

Limestone 3/8″ Chat Embedment Rock.

Limestone 3/8″ Embedment Rock is used for pipe foundation, and also has a wide range of uses. It is a crushed slanted stone that ranges in color from bright white to a darker gray.

Limestone Flex Base.

Limestone Flex Base is available in 2 sizes, 1 1/2″ and downward, and 3/4″ and down. Depending upon application and sub-grade you can choose which one works best for you. Limestone is in some cases preferred to Recycled Concrete Flex Base because it sets up harder with compaction and rainfall. Both sizes of Flex Base are FL DOT approved.

Limestone Grade 4.

Limestone Grade #4 is a limestone rock that meets the Authorities of Governments (COG)building specifications.

Limestone Grade 8.

Limestone Grade# 8 is a limestone rock that meets the Authorities of Governments (COG) building requirements.

Limestone Rip Rap.

Limestone Rip Rap is crushed v shaped stone that is typically applied for water drainage management. Size ranges are as follows: 2×4, 4×8, 8×11, 12×17, 18×24, 24×35.

Limestone Rock.

Limestone Rock can varies in color from white colored to darker grays plus all shades between. Sizes vary, and chances are we most likely have what you need. The most common applications are pipe embedment and as a rock to top flex base patios.

Pea Gravel.

Pea Gravel is round and about 3/8″ in size. This native material ranges in shade from white to brownish primarily, with a bit of additional color. It is also offered in one more variety that ranges from cream to white colored.

Recycled Concrete Fines.

Recycled Concrete Fines is a component that varies in size from 3/8″ to fines. It is often used as a foundation course for pavers, but has numerous applications.

Recycled Concrete Flex Base.

Meeting the same specifications for FL DOT authorized base course as Limestone Flex Base, Recycled Concrete Flex Base is often a less expensive alternative, that works excellent for construction sites in addition to residential applications.

Recycled Concrete Rock.

Recycled Concrete Rock is often a cheaper alternative to Limestone Embedment Rock, Recycled Concrete is a clean material, that can be used for pipe embedment as well as back fill for retaining walls. Material is available in the following sizes: 1″, 1 1/2″ to 3/4″, 3″ to 1-1/2-1″ 1/2″.

Recycled Concrete Oversized.

Recycled Concrete Oversized is a material that is primarily used for construction entrances. Size range is 3″ x5″ and 2″ x8″.

Torpedo Gravel.

Torpedo Stone is similar to Pea Gravel, but much smaller. Size range is generally 1/4″ to 1/16″. Color varies from off white to brownish primarily, with a little tinge of extra color.

MULCH & COMPOSTS.

Black Mulch.

A native wood mulch that is tinted black. The color typically last 1 year. Product is ground to a constant size.

Cedar Mulch.

Hardwood mulch in which is produced from Cedar mahogany Trees from the area. Material is ground to a consistent size.

Chocolate Mulch.

Hardwood mulch in which is tinted brown. The color generally last 1 year. Material is ground to a consistent size.

Compost.

Our compost is made from ground wood, leaves, and brush, and is composted with different liquids to help make it a very nutrient rich soil amendment that is great for tilling into your existing soil for excellent flower beds and landscapes. It is additionally a great material to top include in your landscape with.

Screened Dairy Manure Compost.

This compost is made from ground wood, leaves, and straw, and is composted with cow manure for very nutrient rich and very heavy soil amendment that is greatinclusion to your existing soil, great flower gardens and gardens. It is also a great material to top dress your yard with.

Native Hardwood Mulch.

We offer a single ground version of this particular material, where some portions could be as large as 8″ – 12″, in addition to a double soil version of the material, where the material is ground to a consistent size.

Pine Bark Mulch.

Pine Bark Mulch is just that, a mulch made from Pine Bark.

Red Mulch.

Hardwood mulch is colored red. The color generally last 1 year. Material is ground to a consistent size.