Used for blending into asphalt mixes, base material for paving stone sidewalks and winter sand for traction on snow and ice.
A screened sand used for laying cables, conduit, electric wires, and water pipes.
Commonly called paver sand, concrete sand is most commonly used as a key ingredient in cement or hot asphalt.
Fill Sand (Unscreened)
Used for raising ground levels prior to building, filling cavities or dips in the ground that may cause flooding issues, or preparing the ground for large paving projects, such as roadways, sidewalks or even airport runways so that the ground is level under the paving material.
Used if your project requires a backfill material. Often times, fill sand is used as a base for concrete, and as backfill around septic tanks or in a garage.
Filter Media Sand
Crushed rock sand grains, when packed together, fit like puzzle pieces. Their varied sizes and jagged edges produce tiny pores small enough to filter out pathogens found in water.
Golf Course Sand
Used for bunkers and greens on golf courses, as well as for natural and synthetic sports fields.
Granular B Type 1
Used as a sub-base material for roadways, driveways, parking lots, temporary route access.
Used for construction and maintenance of gravel roads or gravel shoulders adjacent to asphalt pavement.
Mason/Brick Washed Sand
Used for masonry work, volleyball courts, infill purposes, sandboxes, and beneath swimming pools.
Used in playgrounds, sandboxes, gardens and landscaping applications. This is a screened, washed, and dried sand.
Weeping Bed Sand
Used as an effective filtration system in modern septic systems and sewage mounds. The result is an environmentally clean sand with a consistent and uniform particle size distribution.