Aggregates

Aggregates

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Limestone Base (Roadbase)

Roadbase is defined as the layer of aggregates under the paved layer of a road. The aggregates are typically crushed stone of various sizes, either natural or recycled, including coarse and fine aggregates. Limestone Base material is primarily used in driveways and pathways, and an excellent wet weather product. It can also be used for major infrastructure, local council projects, residential subdivisions, road and pavement construction, road duplications, under slabs, footpaths, under pavers, under curbs and channels.

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Oversize Rock

Composed of screened aggregate generally ranging from 3 to 5 inches in diameter. This product can be produced to meet state density test. Generally used to control erosion and fill soft or large voids, drainage ditches, heavy equipment construction entrances,

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Pea Gravel

Pea Gravel is a native Texas stone that is round and about 3/8” in size. This native material ranges in color from white to brown primarily, with a little bit of additional color. It is also available in another variety that ranges from cream to white.

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Wash Rock

This Limestone rock is primarily used for large pipe embedment, but is also very popular for topping flex base driveways. The size range is 1 1/4” down to about 1/4” , with the primary size being 1” to 3/4”, thus the name 1” Limestone. The various sizes enable the rock to lock up well, especially when used as a topping rock on Flex Base driveways. This material can be used on a wide variety of applications including flower beds, as the aggregate in concrete (which it is designed for), around pipe embedment, for French drains, and the list goes on.