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Common Gravel Terms

Buyers use gravel for many commercial and residential projects, including garden improvement efforts and the building of roads and driveways. Below are seven terms to be familiar with when shopping for gravel.

  • Aggregate - Materials used in construction and landscaping projects, like the building of driveways and gardens, for creating composite materials and drainage systems. Common aggregates are gravel, crushed stone, and sand.
  • Concrete - A composite building material used to construct buildings, roads, sidewalks, and driveways. Concrete is made from a mix of cement, water, chemicals, and aggregates. A fine aggregate, like sand, and a course aggregate, like gravel or crushed stone, are both needed to produce concrete.
  • Mulch - A material placed over the soil in a garden to retain moisture, prevent the growth of weeds, and protect against soil erosion. Mulches made of gravel mixes and crushed stone may prolong the growing season in a buyer's garden by keeping soil warm in cool weather.
  • Gravel - Stone that has been broken down into pieces, typically, by the natural processes of weathering and erosion. Gravel is used as a construction aggregate and as a type of mulch in landscaping projects.
  • Crushed Stone - Rock that has been broken down into fragments by a machine. Crushed stone, like gravel, is used in building and landscaping projects.
  • Quarry - A large pit where rocks and minerals are mined. Gravel and crushed stone are often extracted from quarries.
  • Limestone - A rock composed of calcium and carbon deposits that is used to construct buildings, make household products, and as an aggregate.
  • Sandstone - A type of rock composed of compressed sand and mineral deposits. Sandstone is often a sandy tan color, but it can be yellow, red, pink, or white as well.
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    John S. Lane
    730 East Mountain Road, Westfield, MA 01086
    Acquire voluminous amounts of gravel for your construction project. Call our construction materials company at (413) 729-9104 in Westfield, MA, for more information.
    (413) 729-9104
    Rothe Engineering & Construction
    641 Route 212, Saugerties, NY 12477
    We provide structural, civil and sanitary engineering services. We also offer excavation, demolition, carpentry and concrete assistance. Please visit our website to learn what our demolition contractors can do for you.
    (845) 246-6600
    Elm City Material
    5 Spring St, West Haven, CT 06516
    (203) 933-3478
    Valley Sand & Gravel
    69 Wheeler St, East Haven, CT 06512
    (203) 467-0638
    Valley Sand & Gravel Corp
    400 N Frontage Rd, North Haven, CT 06473
    (203) 562-3192
    Beard Sand & Gravel Co Inc Plant
    127 Boston Post Rd, Milford, CT 06460
    (203) 874-2533
    Island Sand & Gravel Co
    64 Hawthorne Ave, Shelton, CT 06484
    (203) 924-4346
    City Sand & Recycling LLC
    39 S 5th St, Waterbury, CT 06708
    (203) 757-7297
    Maier T Sand & Gravel
    213 Southington Rd, Berlin, CT 06037
    (860) 828-5536
    Sand Hill Plaza LLC
    228 S Main St, Newtown, CT 06470
    (203) 426-5182
    Bethel Sand & Gravel Co
    2 Maple Avenue Ext, Bethel, CT 06801
    (203) 743-4469
    Datin Brothers Inc
    12 Paul St, Bethel, CT 06801
    (203) 743-7944
    Bethel Sand & Gravel Co
    2 Maple Avenue Ext, Bethel, CT 06801
    (203) 743-4469
    The Suzio L Sand & Gravel Co Inc
    700 Brook St, Rocky Hill, CT 06067
    (860) 529-0239
    Roanoke Sand & Gravel Corp Plt
    104 Rocky Point Rd, Middle Island, NY 11953
    (631) 924-4100

    Gravel wholesale distributors often sell a wide range of products for decorative, building, and industrial purposes. By choosing a wholesale company that has the types of rocks, pebbles, and crushed stones that they need, buyers can gain access to specific types of materials for their projects. Gravel wholesalers most often sell their products directly to other companies, many of which are involved in road and driveway construction. Using the right types of gravel mixes makes driveways and roads safe for motor vehicles. Some buyers, however, need decorative materials for landscapes, benches, and home products. These clients should look for wholesale companies that sell aggregate products. Aggregate mixes include a variety of stones and polished rocks that can add beauty to landscapes and decorative products. Many gravel wholesale producers also sell materials that their customers need to use their products safely. They might, for instance, sell fine grain sand that construction companies can use to create level surfaces before applying gravel. They might also sell sand, cement, and adhesives that make the rocks more useful. Without these products, the gravel would be little more than pieces of rock. With other supplies, though, the gravel can serve a variety of industrial and construction purposes. You can learn more about gravel wholesale companies by accessing their websites. The companies offer discounted prices to those who purchase bulk orders. The amount that you save, however, often depends on the amount that you buy. Compare the prices and materials to help you choose a wholesale company that meets your needs best.
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