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Crushed Stone Description

What is it?  Stone made at quarries and quarried from larger rock. 

How is it made? Crushed stone is made by using a crushing machine.  This is why it is called crushed stone.   After it is crushed, it is put through different size screens.  3/4″ screen would produce 3/4″ crushed stone, 1 1/2″ screen would produce 1 1/2″ crushed stone, etc…  When crushed stone is being made, they always start screening with the smallest size crushed stone they want and work their way up.  This is how they minimize keeping the smaller crushed stone out of the larger crushed stone. 

Is the size accurate? Crushed stone will vary in sizes from the fine stone dust screenings to the larger and heavier crushed stone.  Crushed stone screens have a square pattern to them.  If the crushed stone is smaller than the screen size in one direction then it will fit through the screen.  For example.  If 3/4″ crushed stone is being made and a piece of crushed stone is smaller than 3/4″ in any direction and that same piece is larger than 3/4″ in any direction, it will fit through the screen. Therefore it is common to see material larger than the screen size in the product.   

How to choose the right size?  Some applications will require specific size crushed stone to be used.  Other applications are more personal preference.  If a general use of a product is listed under multiple products below, then it is either specific to design plans or based on personal preference.  When it comes to personal preference there are few factors that go into choosing the right crushed stone.  The look of the of the crushed stone, the use of the crushed stone and the work involved to spread and maintain the crushed stone.  Smaller crushed stone is easier to shovel and spread out, but is subject to being disturbed more easily.  As where larger crushed stone will be harder to shovel and spread out, but will not be disturbed as easily.  Disturbed crushed stone may need to be spread back out from time to time.   

What Material Should You Use and When?

3/8″ Crushed Stone

A mixture of mostly greys and whites with a blueish hue.  

General Uses:

  • Driveways, pathways and patios 
  • Light drainage 
  • Landscaping 

3/4″ Crushed Stone

A mixture of mostly greys and whites with a blueish hue.  

General Uses:  

  • Base material  
  • Backfilling 
  • Drainage 
  • Driveways, pathways and patios 
  • Landscaping  

1 1/2″ Crushed Stone

A mixture of mostly greys and whites with a blueish hue.  

General Uses:

  • Base material 
  • Backfilling 
  • Drainage 
  • Driveways, pathways and patios 
  • Landscaping 
  • Structural fill 

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Ideally we look for a minimum of two car length long(approx 35′), by 14′ wide and no overhead obstructions within in 20′ of the ground in the dump area.  This allows the truck to back up to the dump area, put dump body up and pull forward to get entire delivery out.

If you do not meet these requirements you need to let us know the measurements you do have at time of placing the order.

Dump area location–  We deliver products in driveways only, unless an “Off The Driveway Waiver” has been agreed to while you placed your online order. If you have not selected “Off the Driveway” and need to, or you are ordering by phone then you must fill out our waiver here.    If you select, or already selected “Off the Driveway” Option during the Order Process, you do NOT need to fill out this form.

Some addresses may be subject to an additional delivery fee based on exact location. Delivery fees are calculated based on exact quantity of material(s) purchased and your delivery location. We offer split load trucks, so ordering more than one product at a time may save you on delivery fees! Please contact us for a quote.

Same or next day delivery may be available but typically we can complete the delivery within a 3 day window. This depends on how many orders are ahead of you, location, weather conditions, and so forth.

Unable to Deliver – Any order that shows up at the delivery address and can’t be delivered for any reason will be charged an $80 non-delivery fee, plus any out of zone fees.

Cancelled orders – Any order paid with a credit card and cancelled after card has been processed or can’t be delivered for any reason is subject to a 6% fee of the amount ordered.

Delivery Towns – We will do our best to get our product(s) to you on time. Our main towns are listed below.  Don’t see it? “Not a problem!  Fill out our Get a quote form and we will send back a formal quote/order approval email, or we will email you back with any questions, comments or concerns. 

Andover, Billerica, Burlington, Dracut, Lawrence, Lexington, Lowell, Lynnfield, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Methuen, Middleton, North Andover, North Reading, Peabody, Reading, Saugus, Stoneham, Tewksbury, Wakefield, Wilmington, Winchester, Woburn

Don’t see your town?  No worries as we deliver to many other towns in the Boston region!

Same and next day delivery may be available, but typically we can complete the delivery within three day window. We recommend getting orders delivered as early in the week as possible, as our busiest days are Thursday through Saturday. Anyone needing material for the morning of should get delivery day before to assure product is on site for time needed to be used. This depends on how many orders are ahead of you, weather conditions, traffic/accidents and so forth.

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