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¾ inch clear stone A washed stone that contains no filler material or sand and is commonly used for driveways, under weeping tiles for drainage.
¾ inch crusher run Crushed stone combined with stone dust, it makes for a useful base under patio stones and driveways.
1 ½ to 5 inch river rock Natural decorative stones between 1 ½ to 5 inch in size, commonly used for landscaping gardens, and in pond linings.
2 inch crusher run Crushed stone of 2 Inch screened size, commonly used as base under patio stones, bricks, and driveways.
3 to 6 inch river rock Natural decorative stones between 3 to 6 inch in size, commonly used for landscaping gardens and to line ponds.
6 to 12 inch gabion stone Large stones of 6 to 12 inch, commonly used for retaining structures, and they have an added decorative purpose.
Beach sand Washed and fine sand commonly used in playgrounds, golf courses or to decorate lakefront properties.
Black cedar mulch Pure quality mulch that retains humidity, inhibits weeds and is a healthy option for garden plants.
Brown cedar mulch Of pure quality and vibrant colour, this helps to aerate soil, prevent weeds and diseases, and improve soil moisture.
Red cedar mulch Pure quality, commonly used to embellish flower beds as it helps to prevent weeds, repel certain insects and pests, and retain soil moisture.
Crushed concrete Mixture of asphalt debris and other construction materials, commonly used for pathways, driveways, and garden beds.
Granular A Mixture of sand, crushed rock, reclaimed asphalt, it is commonly used for levelling the base of driveways and roads.
Natural cedar mulch Fresh mulch commonly used to prevent weed growth, retain soil moisture, and repel insects and pests.
Pea stone Smooth, decorative stones of varying sizes, commonly used for landscaping gardens, patios, and ponds.
Recycled asphalt An environment-friendly option by which old asphalt crushed, milled, and heated to be used again for paving roads and parking lots.
Topsoil The uppermost layer of soil that is rich in nutrient content and used for creating potting mixes and for levelling lawns.