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Great compaction and drainage characteristics. Used for base material, backfill, pipe bedding, septic systems, etc. MDOT Spec. Best Seller.
Compacting sand used for fill. Has fines and clay mix opposed to Class II. Suitable for most new construction projects and cost efficient when applicable.
Typically used for filling in deep foundations after demolition to bring site back to grade. Also good for building berms and lining ponds. Wet. No drainage.
Screened topsoil used to grow grass in lawn or garden. Holds water and improves drainage. Roots and other organics are screened out. Clean and workable.
Has clumps, roots and other organics in it. Often referred to as farm dirt. Holds lots of moisture and tillable. Clumpy.
Sandier version of unscreened black dirt. Plentiful at our mining locations, can be used to screen with richer black soil to produce ideal material.
Ideal product used in drain fields and septic tanks. Sometimes used for concrete. Slightly smaller than "river rock" or landscape stone, but commonly used nonetheless.
Drains very well! Used in foundation as footing drainage layer, mixed for concrete blocks, and can be sling shot into hard to reach areas.
Many uses. Landscaping accents, edging, and famously preventing people from driving where they shouldn't! Wide range of sizes sold by ton.
21 AA or 1 inch. Excellent top layer for roads, driveways, and parking lots. Made up of smaller particles which create smooth driving surface and binds together.
3 inch. Popular amongst contractors for site work with heavy equipment, bridging over wet areas and roadway base material.
Crushed into consistent black powdery material. When compacted, able to harden and bind together for great driveway option.
21 AA Natural. Crushed natural stones with fines. Cost-efficient limestone substitute. MDOT approved. Driveway and parking lot material.
Washed sharp or grit sand. More coarse and has larger particles than other construction sands. Used in concrete, and other paver or tile base applications.
Millings are gravel like, top layer "milled" off of distressed roadways. Can be inconsistent and sometimes have larger chunks. We will buy!