Border City Concrete

By: Bcd Sand & Gravel  09-12-2011

1” Crushed Gravel is a mixture of sand, rock fines and rock. Also called Road Crush, the same material you would see on a grid road. This material is also used as packing gravel for underneath asphalt, concrete, driveways, garage pads, retaining walls and paving stones.

2” Crushed Gravel is a sand, rock fines and rock mixtures that is used for heavy traffic areas with larger vehicles. ie: lease roads.

3” Crushed Gravel is a sand, rock fines and rock mixture that is used for heavy traffic areas with larger vehicles. ie: new lease roads or for a base gravel for new construction.

14mm Concrete Rock is used in mix designs that require smaller aggregate. This is used for block fill, exposed concrete or stamped concrete.

20mm Concrete Rock is used in standard mix designs for concrete. It is a clean fractured rock that also can be used as a small landscaping rock.

1 ½” Weeping Tile Rock is an unwashed, angular rock used for drainage rock or basement gravel. Being unwashed, it still contains rock fines. Can be also used as RV pad rock or landscaping rock. Often seen between houses as an extra parking pad.

Northern Blend is used in exposed concrete. It is made up of lots of black and white rock.

1” Screened Rock or Landscaping Rock is a natural tan color with a smooth, round surface. It is ideal for use as landscaping and it is also used for a drainage rock.

1 – 4” Screened Rock is a natural tan color with a smooth, round surface. It is ideal for use in drainage, landscaping, ponds, and septic field systems.

Concrete Aggregate Mix is a mixture of concrete sand and concrete rock. Add Portland cement to make your own concrete.

Premium Blend Sand had been screened, but is unwashed. It is used for street sanding and areas requiring fill.

Bedding Sand is very find sand for use in sandboxes, playgrounds and for backfilling for pipelines. It is rock free sand.

Concrete Sand is dirt free sand used in concrete.


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