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1 ½” limestone down to dust.
Uses: It can be used under asphalt if there is no base, over muddy driveways, or for covering culverts.
1/4” limestone chips and lime dust.
Uses: One of the best uses for this material is as the final layer that brick pavers are laid on. When water is applied, it becomes almost like concrete and creates a very firm base.
Limestone chips that vary in size from 1/4" to 1/2”.
Uses: It is used for patios, walkways, or driveways if packing is not required.
1/2” limestone chips down to dust.
Uses: It can be used to top dress or fill in holes in driveways.
3/4” limestone chips down to dust.
Uses: It can be used to make a temporary driveway or parking area over grass, as a base for concrete, or under asphalt if there is already a base.
Limestone chips that range in size from 3/4" to 2".
Uses: It is used for decoration around trees (except evergreens), window wells, backfilling, leach beds or as a base for new driveways.
*can be difficult to shovel.
Limestone chips that range in size from 5/8” to 3/4".
Uses: It is used for decoration around trees (except evergreens), window wells, backfilling, base for basement floors, or as a base for concrete where drainage is needed.
Small, decorative stone that varies in size from 1/4” to 3/8”.
Uses: It is ideal for patios and around shrubs. It is also great for dog kennels, because it is safe for dog paws, and digests well ingested.
Varies in size from about 3/8” to 3/4". Washed stone is decorative, multi-colored, and easier to shovel and handle than limestone chips.
Uses: It can be used around pools, shrubs, or over a drain tile. It is also ideal for mixing concrete.
Varies in size from about 3/4" to 1 1/2", but most are about 1”.
Uses: It is very good for decorating around shrubs and forming leach beds. Like the #1 Washed Stone, it is easier to shovel than limestone.
*Colors may vary