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We can load your truck or trailer with Mulches, Sand, Gravels, Compost and soils by the Cubic Yard. Minimum 1/2 Cu. Yard loads. We use several loaders with different buckets to suit your needs. Please be aware of your truck or trailer's limits and capacities.
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MULCH

Double-Shredded Hardwood Bark Mulch $20 cu.yd. Mostly Cedar Bark, Double Shredded to create a uniform product and help mulch stay in place, breaking down to add nutrition to the soil. Suppresses weeds and prevents germination if applied deep enough. Provides a wonderful Cedar smell.
Triple-Shredded Hardwood Bark Mulch $24 cu.yd. Triple Shredded to create a uniform product and help mulch stay in place, breaking down to add nutrition to the soil. Suppresses weeds and prevents germination if applied deep enough.
Red Mulch $32 cu.yd. A Natural wood product (Cypress) that has been dyed red using EPA approved colorant that is non-toxic to plants and animals. A long-lasting color that typically retains its vibrant color during the course of a year.
Brown Mulch $32 cu.yd. A Natural wood product (Cypress) that has been dyed brown using EPA approved colorant that is non-toxic to plants and animals. A long-lasting color that typically retains its vibrant color during the course of a year.
Black Mulch $32 cu.yd. A Natural wood product (Cypress) that has been dyed black using EPA approved colorant that is non-toxic to plants and animals. A long-lasting color that typically retains its vibrant color during the course of a year.

COMPOST

Leaf Compost $30 cu.yd. The leaves of one large shade tree can be worth as much as $50 of plant food and humus. Pound for pound, the leaves of most trees contain twice as many minerals as manure. Our Leaf compost is rich and beneficial to your soils.
Organic Compost $32 cu.yd. Keep your soils refreshed with natural organic compost applied annually. It helps feed your plants and retain moisture throughout the year.

TOPSOIL

Natural TopSoil $35 cu.yd. This finely worked topsoil is suitable for many garden and yard uses. It is made up of 70% organic compost and 30% sand. Makes a perfect product for your plantings, backfills, top dressing and leveling your yard.

SAND

Mortar Sand $34 cu.yd. A course orange/yellow sand used primarily for the Masonry industry, but suitable for play sand as well.

GRAVELS

#78 Gravel $36 cu.yd. Most pieces ranging between 3/8? to 1/2? long. There is very little of smaller pieces or fines. This brings you an attractive landscaping material for walkways and decorative flower beds, for mulching around plants and shrubs, and for splash protection under building eaves.
#57 Gravel $37 cu.yd. Mainly gray in color with some tint of blue. Average size is about is between nickels and quarters which makes this an excellent product to spread on driveways as a topcoat. Because of the drainage properties of this stone, it stays relatively clean in your driveway keeping dirt and dust off your shoes and out of the house.
Chapel Hill Gravel $30 cu.yd. Tan, yellow and Gold in color, used as a base for foundations and walkways. This gravel is quarried locally and also functions great as structural fill and base material to eliminate moisture.
ABC Crush and Run
(Crusher Run)
$33 cu.yd. Gray in color, crushed granite mixed with 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 inch average size crushed stone gravel. Used as the first layer of driveway @ 3 to 4 inches deep. Once packed, this stone will be as hard as concrete, and than you can spread a washed stone over the top.
Screening $35 cu.yd. A fine crushed rock used for 'locking in' larger gravel, similar to the finer materials found in Crusher Run gravel. Screenings are best for your base layer for patio and walkways.

STONE

Pea Gravel River Rock - Beige $80 cu.yd. Pea gravel is such a popular choice in landscaping largely due to the fact that the stone is quite uniform in size, smooth in texture and features a variety of beautiful colors. In fact, many people donít realize that pea gravel is actually river rock. It is just a smaller, smoother version of river rock.
Medium River Rock 3/4" - Beige $80 cu.yd. Small sized river rocks (larger than pea gravel) are another top pick for the creation of paths and walkways, whereas larger river rocks can be purposed as an edging material, or to prevent soil erosion on sloped lawns. One of the most common uses for river rocks is in the installation of dry river beds. Many people create dry river beds to improve a landscapes appearance and to divert water away from the property.
Large River Rock 1"-2" - Beige $80 cu.yd. River rocks are extremely popular due to the beauty it can bring to a landscape. It can create a very naturalistic look to areas around swimming pools and water features, making them popular as an edging material or as a replacement for sand on beaches.
Pennsylvania River Jacks - 4"-7" $250 cu.yd. Smooth, round blue-colored landscape stones. Used for decorative landscaping and around pools and waterscapes.
NOTE: One Cubic Yard is approximately 2500lbs.
Pennsylvania River Jacks - 3/4" $250 cu.yd. Smooth, round blue-colored landscape stones. Used for decorative landscaping and around pools and waterscapes.
NOTE: One Cubic Yard is approximately 2400lbs.
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