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Mountain Granite - Class 6 Roadbase


Both: Granite Roadbase - $14.95 per ton.

We do not guarantee the color, only that it’s Class 6, 3/4 inch minus Mountain Granite Roadbase. These are natural products subject to change as the quarry mines different colors of materials.



Granite Roadbase (pile) - Notice how dark this pile of roadbase is. This is a good example of the dark variation of the roadbase color spectrum. This is why we cannot guarantee color. It changes every few weeks, at least a little bit!

Granite Roadbase (pile) - Class 6 Granite roadbase is made from a mixture of 3/4 inch rock, 1/2 inch rock, 3/8 inch rock, granite fines and structural fill. It compacts and drains well, is most frequently used for driveways, parking lots, under artificial turf, RV, boat and motorcycle parking pads, under garden sheds, green house floor bases and much more.

Granite Roadbase (pile) - Granite roadbase delivered to Arapahoe Park Race track.

These pictures show the wide range of colors Class 6 Granite Roadbase. We do not guarantee the color, only that it’s Class 6, 3/4 inch minus Mountain Granite Roadbase. These are natural products subject to change as the quarry crushes different colors of granite materials. Now do you see why?

Granite Roadbase (close up) - It can be used under and behind retaining walls, under poured cement or asphalt or anywhere non expansive material is needed.

Granite Roadbase (road) - Granite roadbase makes an inexpensive and long lasting road.

It is the longest lasting, least expensive driveway, road and parking lot material. In average daily use a 2 inch depth should last 3-5 years, a 3 inch depth should last 4-6 years.

Granite Roadbase (pile) - Granite roadbase delivered in a pile. Cleaner material is always striking in appearance and creates a clean surface when spread and compacted.

Granite Roadbase (close up) - Granite roadbase is a manufactured product according to a specification. Roadbase is engineered to spread out into an even application that will firm up with compaction and the heat of the Summer.

Granite Roadbase (close up) - This image shows the difference in particle size. When this material is spread out and compacted, it makes the best road and parking surface.

Granite Roadbase (pile) - Granite roadbase ready for spreading.

The material is delivered in piles ready for spreading out using rakes, bobcat skid loaders or tractors.

Granite Roadbase (road) - The area is clean. level and ready for treatment.

This material will cover this area and keep it weed free. This is a very good surface for trailer or RV storage.


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Tonnage Example - Use calculator below to determine amount needed
Depth Length Width L x W = SF SF / Depth Tons
2" 30 Ft. 40 Ft. 1200 80 15
3" 30 Ft. 40 Ft. 1200 60 20

To Order the Correct Amount of Material

Measure the length and width of the area to be covered. If you don't have a tape measure, walk the length and width of the area. Figure each full step as 2 1/2 feet. Get the total square footage of the area by multiplying the length by the width.

Example: 30 feet x 40 feet = 1200 square feet
1200 sq.. ft. divided by 100 = 12 tons 2" depth
1200 sq.. ft. divided by 60 = 15 tons 3" deep

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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