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1"-1 1/2" Recycled Contractor's Rock - $26.95 per ton

Recycled Concrete Rock

Two piles of Recycled Contractors rock.

Recycled Concrete Rock

Recycled Contractors Rock Spread Dumped - 1"-1-1/2" Recycled Contractors rock spread dumped for the first layer of a driveway over a base of pure clay.

Recycled Concrete Rock with asphalt overlay

Recycled Asphalt Over Recycled Contractor's Rock - A great combination that will level out and stabilize quickly. The combination forms an interlocking base that tends to stay in one place and last years.

Recycled Concrete Rock with asphalt overlay

Recycled Contractor's Rock - The different sizes and shapes of the rock helps it to bind together and form a solid base, either by itself or under roadbase.

Recycled Contractor's Rock - $26.95 per ton.

Recycled Contractor's Rock has many use's both as driveway bottom course, the entire driveway material, as well as retaining wall and drainage line applications.

You should check your local ordinance's for the rules on acceptable materials in your area.

Driveways - Because there is a small amount of concrete on the rock, it seems to somehow interlock when spread on very sandy or clay soil driveways. It will stabilize almost any surface. Most customers then have us spread dump recycled asphalt or concrete over it. Some customers just use the recyled concrete rock as the entire driveway material.

Retaining walls and drainage applications - 1"-1/2" recycled Contractor's rock can be a less expensive option than gravel, because it is approximately 50% the price of gravel and in most low water flow/pressure residential situations it will work just as well. Check with your city/county for allowable materials and uses.


Recycled Contractor's Rock - Recycled Contractors Rock ranges in size from a little under 1 inch to a little over 1-1/2". 1 ton covers 80 square feet 2 layers deep. For most uses 2 layers is enough, unless you have an absolute clay swamp or a blow sand desert to build your driveway on.


Recycled Contractor's Rock - The quarter helps give an idea of the different sizes of rock in the mix. The rough edges and mix of sizes of the rock help it to almost interlock to firm up sandy or clay soils where you have a driveway.


Recycled Contractor's Rock - Recycled Contractors rock spread over sandy soil to make a hard surface driveway. Because the customer has large trucks coming in and out often he didn't put any roadbase over it.


Recycled Contractor's Rock - Recycled Contractors rock spread dumped to firm up a driveway over blow sand.

Mountain Granite - Class 6 RoadbaseClose up - Recycled Contractors rock spread out in a small example.

Mountain Granite - Class 6 RoadbaseClose up - 1”- 1 1/2” Rec Contractors Rock is the best product for firming up clay and sandy areas. 1 ton covers 80 square feet 3 layers deep.

Mountain Granite - Class 6 RoadbaseClose up - Our product is uniform and spreads easily.

Mountain Granite - Class 6 RoadbaseUniformn - Pea gravel is quite colorful.

Mountain Granite - Class 6 RoadbaseRecycled concrete makes a very good parking surface.

Pro Landscaper's Tip
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The best shovel for installing landscaping rock, crusher fines, roadbase, and structural fill dirt is a square nose (flathead) shovel. The square nose makes it easier to get a shovel full compared to a round point shovel. Round point shovels work better for digging holes. To shovel mulch the best option is a scoop shovel. These can all be purchased new or used on several local and national web sites.

The best rake for all types of landscape material leveling is a bow rake. You can often find these at garage sales as well as on the Internet.

Uses for Contractor's rock include; tiny home pad, RV parking pad, shipping container base, shipping container pad, tuff shed base or pad, a-shedd base or pad, garden shed base or pad, driveway material, parking lot material, driveway base, parking lot base, roadbase and road building material. There are many other uses as well.

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Tonnage Example - Use calculator below to determine amount needed
Length Width L x W =SF SF / Depth Tons
30 Feet 40 Feet 1200 80 15

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.

30 feet by 40 feet = 1200 square feet. 1 ton of recycled Contractor's rock covers 80 square feet 2 layers deep. 1200 divided by 80 = 15. You will need 15 tons of recycled Contractor's to cover this area approximately 2 inches 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

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