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Mountain Granite Rip-Rap

Mountain Granite Rip-Rap

4 inch Average Tracking Pad Rock - $32.95 per ton

6 inch Average Rip-Rap ( 2" - 12” ) - $29.95 per ton

9 inch Average Rip-Rap ( 3” -15" ) - $32.95 per ton

Mountain Granite Rip-Rap

6" average - Mountain Granite Rip-Rap - $32.95 per ton

9" average - Mountain Granite Rip-Rap - $34.95 per ton

12" average - Mountain Granite Rip-Rap - $38.95 per ton



Mountain Granite Rip-Rap works well in a wide variety of applications.

Average size rock is of the 2"-12" is 6 inches.

Average size of the 6"-18" is 9 inches.

It is used for retaining walls, around culvert openings, on steep slopes to slow erosion, around the base of trees and many other uses.

Coverage Averages

4" - 21" - 12" Average covers 17 square feet.

6" - 30" - 18" Average covers 11 square feet.

9" - 42" - 24" Average covers 8 square feet.

If you need more information or would like to talk over your project needs, just call the office and we can walk you through this. Remember these are guideines, not absolute numbers.


18 inch rip rap, shown with natural look. This is usually what it looks like when it comes off the truck.

18 inch rip rap used as a natural dry creek bed. Rip rap can withstand the erosion power of water in a drainage channel.

12 inch rip rap placed in a pile for landscape uses.

12 inch rap rap shown in a delivered pile.

12 inch rap rap shown in a delivered pile.

12 inch rap rap placed in drainage channel.

12 inch rap rap up close.

12 inch rap rap placed in drainage channel.

Track Pad (close up) - Various sized crushed mountain granite (2" to 6", 4" average), designed to keep dirt and mud on construction sites.

Track Pad - A stabilized pad designed to keep mud and dirty off public roads. Required by all municipalities in some form. Check for local requirements.



Tonnage Example - Use calculator below to determine amount needed
Product Length Width L x W = SF SF / Depth Tons
2"-12" Rip-Rap 24 Feet 15 Feet 360 34 10.58
6"- 18" Rip-Rap 24 Feet 15 Feet 360 34 15.65

How to Order the Correct Amount of Material
Measure the length and width of the area. Get the total square footage by multiplying the length by the width.

Example: 24 feet x 15 feet = 360 square feet
360 sq. ft divided by 34 = 10.58 tons 2"-12" Rip-Rap
360 sq. ft divided by 23 = 15.65 tons 6"- 18" Rip-Rap


Please note: This is only a rough indication of the amount of material you may need. Actual dimensions may vary due to irregularities in soil types and established rough grade.

Once you determine your material and amount needed, call us at 720-298-0948

Or use the Contact page to arrange for delivery and pricing.

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