Limestone

Aggregate Base

Aggregate Base

Crushed limestone or granite with fines most often used for providing a solid base under concrete and asphalt on state, county, city, and highway projects. Other uses may include roads and driveways, parking lots, walking paths, and recreational trails.

Agricultural Lime

Agricultural Lime

Crushed limestone fines that help to neutralize soil pH and increase the ability for crops to absorb essential nutrients. This low cost product is an excellent tool for increasing yields and improving overall soil structure.

Asphalt & Concrete Stone

Asphalt & Concrete Stone

Crushed limestone that is washed and primarily used in Ready Mix Concrete and Asphalt paving. This material can also be used for seal coat applications, pipe bedding, foundation drainage, and other many other applications that require fluid to flow through the rock.

Manufactured Sand

Manufactured Sand

This finely graded, washed limestone product is most often used in Ready Mix Concrete and Asphalt paving. When compared to natural sand, manufactured sand particles generally have a higher angularity relative to the more rounded particles present in natural sand.

Rip Rap & Erosion Stone

Rip Rap & Erosion Stone

Rip Rap, or sometimes called erosion stone, is primarily used for erosion control and prevention along shorelines and sloped areas where water and harsh weather conditions may cause disruption. Rip Rap’s large size makes it hard to move, providing slope and soil stability along shorelines of creeks, streams, and lakes by absorbing the impact of wave energy. The openings between the Rip Rap rocks also slow water flow, lessening its ability for erosion. Our products range in size from 6” (50 lbs) to 22” (1000 lbs) or greater upon request. If required for your project, we also have sites with Rip Rap that has been certified by the Army Corp of Engineers for use on major waterways. These products can be loaded on to truck, rail, or barge, depending on the location.

Sand & River Gravel

Natural Sand

Natural Sand

This high quality, washed sand, dredged from old river deposits is primarily used in Ready Mix Concrete and Asphalt, but can also be used for seal coat applications, precast block, backfill for retaining walls, or many other applications.

River Gravel

River Gravel

River gravel is one of the most common materials used by homeowners, landscapers, contractors and park departments for decorative landscaping, construction and design projects in outdoor settings. It is usually chosen for its beautiful appearance and lack of sharp edges.

Granite & Trap Rock

Black Diabase

Black Diabase

Sometimes called black granite, Black Diabase is an extremely hard igneous rock that was formed deep inside the earth which then erupted to the surface and cooled in a shallow location. It is this precise process that gives Black Diabase its crystalline structure and makeup. Although historically used in all types of construction, today we also see this used in landscape design due to its unique, dark coloration.

Gray Granite

Gray Granite

Granite can be seen in a wide variety of uses. For us, our various colors of granite are used primarily in either road building or as a decorative feature in landscaping. Material is crushed down and either made in to an “aggregate base” which contains fines and is used underneath roadways for stabilization, or in the form of “asphalt or concrete stone” in which the fines are washed out. This same washed product also makes an impressive landscape display, or go big with one of our enormous 12,000 pound boulders to really make a statement!

Railroad Ballast

Railroad Ballast

Railroad ballast is an important component of a railroad infrastructure and is produced from durable, crushed granite or trap rock. It forms a track bed packed between, below, and around railroad “sleepers” and acts as a support base to the railroad tracks. It upholds the track structure, giving it strength and support but also allowing for flexibility as trains pass by. In addition to railroad construction and maintenance, railroad ballast can also be used for landscaping, walkways and other outdoor applications.

Red Granite

Red Granite

Granite can be seen in a wide variety of uses. For us, our various colors of granite are used primarily in either road building or as a decorative feature in landscaping. Material is crushed down and either made in to an “aggregate base” which contains fines and is used underneath roadways for stabilization, or in the form of “asphalt or concrete stone” in which the fines are washed out. This same washed product also makes an impressive landscape display, or go big with one of our enormous 12,000 pound boulders to really make a statement!

Trap Rock

Trap Rock

The name “trap rock” comes from the Swedish word “trappa” which means “stair step” or “stairway”. This originates from the many steep cliff landscapes formed of trap rock that resemble a stair step configuration. Although similar to granite functionally, it is typically darker in color and more closely related to basalt, in part due to its cooling process.

Decorative Products

Black Diabase

Black Diabase

Sometimes called black granite, Black Diabase is an extremely hard igneous rock that was formed deep inside the earth which then erupted to the surface and cooled in a shallow location. It is this precise process that gives Black Diabase its crystalline structure and makeup. Although historically used in all types of construction, today we also see this used in landscape design due to its unique, dark coloration.

Boulders

Boulders

Available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, we offer a multitude of boulders to put the finishing touches on your commercial or residential project!

Gray Granite

Gray Granite

Granite can be seen in a wide variety of uses. For us, our various colors of granite are used primarily in either road building or as a decorative feature in landscaping. Material is crushed down and either made in to an “aggregate base” which contains fines and is used underneath roadways for stabilization, or in the form of “asphalt or concrete stone” in which the fines are washed out. This same washed product also makes an impressive landscape display, or go big with one of our enormous 12,000 pound boulders to really make a statement!

Red Granite

Red Granite

Granite can be seen in a wide variety of uses. For us, our various colors of granite are used primarily in either road building or as a decorative feature in landscaping. Material is crushed down and either made in to an “aggregate base” which contains fines and is used underneath roadways for stabilization, or in the form of “asphalt or concrete stone” in which the fines are washed out. This same washed product also makes an impressive landscape display, or go big with one of our enormous 12,000 pound boulders to really make a statement!

River Gravel

River Gravel

River gravel is one of the most common materials used by homeowners, landscapers, contractors and park departments for decorative landscaping, construction and design projects in outdoor settings. It is usually chosen for its beautiful appearance and lack of sharp edges.

Trap Rock

Trap Rock

The name “trap rock” comes from the Swedish word “trappa” which means “stair step” or “stairway”. This originates from the many steep cliff landscapes formed of trap rock that resemble a stair step configuration. Although similar to granite functionally, it is typically darker in color and more closely related to basalt, in part due to its cooling process.

Specialty Products

Ball Diamond Aggregate

Ball Diamond Aggregate

Finely crushed and washed limestone that allows water to pass through it, helping to prevent rain delays on baseball and softball fields across the Midwest. When Ball Diamond Aggregate is spread properly on ball diamonds, it will provide you with years of a great playing surface.

Ice Control Chips

Ice Control Chips

These washed chips provide an excellent alternative to salt during the winter months to add traction on roads with slippery conditions. Unlike traditional salt, this product does not melt away or induce corrosion to vehicles.

Recycled Asphalt & Concrete

Recycled Asphalt & Concrete

Crushed asphalt is typically used for driveways or parking lot surfacing material. When installed utilizing a method of compaction, the material is allowed bind together to form a hard surface. It is recommended that water also be lightly applied to this product during installation to help lubricate the particles for maximum compaction and hardness.

Crushed concrete is most often used for a compactable sub base material under commercial paving projects or buildings.

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