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Important Terms to Know About Gravel
Gravel, which is essentially just crushed rock, is used for paving driveways and walkways, and as construction aggregate. These rock fragments can be combined with silt, clay and sand to make a good basis for any driveway, as well as smooth pebbles within concrete to provide a decorative surface. It’s commonly created at rock quarries, and is used frequently by contractors and construction companies. You can even get truckloads delivered to your door for residential use. There are many different types of gravel, according to composition and usage. Here are some important terms to know about gravel:

Bank Gravel: Gravel that has been mixed with sand or clay, used in a variety of construction applications.

Bench Gravel: Bed of gravel on the side of a valley found above the stream bottom, illustrating where the water level used to be prior to drought.

Crushed Rock: Rock broken down by a mechanical machine into tiny pieces then sorted through a mesh material.

Crushed Stone: Limestone, granite or dolomite that has undergone crushing and grading via screens according to certain sizes.

Pea Gravel: Gravel comprised of small rounded stones or pebbles used for concrete surfaces, driveways, walkways and in the bottom of home aquariums.

Pay Gravel: Commonly referred to as pay dirt, this is gravel that features gold and other precious metals within its composition, recovered through gold panning.

River Run Gravel: Tiny bits of rock found in nature within and next to rivers and streams.

Lag Gravel: Accumulated coarse gravel made after the removal of finer particles.

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Louie Sand and Gravel Write review for this local business
2530 Campbell Blvd, Ellenwood, GA 30294
(404) 363-1111  
Green Brothers Earth Works Write review for this local business
680 Franklin Rd SE, Marietta, GA 30067
(770) 590-8220  
Green Brothers Earth Works Write review for this local business
5375 Goshen Springs Rd, Norcross, GA 30093
(770) 717-5565  
Evans Sand and Gravel Write review for this local business
114 Rock Quarry Rd, Stockbridge, GA 30281
(770) 474-3634  
Green Brothers Earth Works Write review for this local business
3445 Francis Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30004
(770) 475-8660  
Georgia Sand and Stone Write review for this local business
3149 Old Broadnax Mill Rd, Loganville, GA 30052
(678) 475-7625  
Green Brothers Earth Works Write review for this local business
3040 Buford Hwy, Buford, GA 30518
(678) 745-6980  
Strata Systems Inc Write review for this local business
380 Dahlonega St Ste 200, Cumming, GA 30040
(770) 888-6680  
Blankenship Sand Co Write review for this local business
1820 Ball Ground Hwy, Canton, GA 30114
(770) 704-9701  
Blue Circle Aggregates Write review for this local business
1761 Seven Islands Rd, Buckhead, GA 30625
(706) 342-9175  
Chastain Trucking Write review for this local business
398 Big Creek Rd, Ellijay, GA 30536
(706) 636-4060  
Simmons Grading Write review for this local business
97 Howard Simmons Rd, Ellijay, GA 30540
(706) 273-0690  
Simmons Grading Write review for this local business
Ellijay, GA 30540
(706) 889-6100  
Abercrombie Grading & Excavating Write review for this local business
Ellijay, GA 30540
(706) 635-5443  
Chastain's Grading & Hauling Write review for this local business
Ellijay, GA 30540
(706) 889-8685  
Atlanta Sand and Supply Write review for this local business
6501 Peake Rd, Macon, GA 31210
(478) 475-5444  
Backyard to Nature Write review for this local business
4330 Highway 72 W, Colbert, GA 30628
(706) 788-0559  
D and A Sand & Gravel Write review for this local business
17056 Highway 431, Wedowee, AL 36278
(256) 357-0550  
Lance Construction & Trucking Co Write review for this local business
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
(706) 632-2248  
Aggregates USA Write review for this local business
1263 Lite N Tie Rd, Macon, GA 31211
(478) 746-0244  
Sandman Sand & Gravel Write review for this local business
56 April Ln, Cataula, GA 31804
(706) 323-7263  
Cataula Sand and Gravel LLC Write review for this local business
12 E Bonacre Rd, Cataula, GA 31804
(706) 322-6140  
5 Sand & Gravel Write review for this local business
5100 County Road 299, Cusseta, AL 36852
(334) 749-7263  
Flat Rock Sand & Gravel Write review for this local business
5901 Warm Springs Rd, Columbus, GA 31909
(706) 568-1949  
Flat Rock Sand & Gravel Write review for this local business
5901 Warm Springs Rd Ste B, Columbus, GA 31909
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Gravel is an essential building material in various construction and landscaping projects. If you are planning to use gravel for a project, here are a few questions to consider before you make a purchase.

  • What type of rock do you want to use?
    Buyers can purchase gravel and crushed rock in a wide variety of shapes and colors. If you are putting in a concrete driveway, you may want to purchase limestone for your concrete mix. However, if you are using the rock as a garden mulch, you may want something more decorative, like a mix of smooth, polished gravel from a stream or river.

  • What size aggregate do you need?
    Buyers can choose among a range of fine and course aggregate building materials. If you are making cement for a driveway or patio, you will need both a fine aggregate, like sand, and a course aggregate, like crushed stone or gravel. Aggregates with small particle sizes, like sand and pebbles, are useful for leveling areas. For instance, if you wanted to install a backyard pool, you could use sand to create a smooth surface underneath. Aggregates with larger particle sizes can be useful in gardens because they allow for more drainage.

  • How much gravel will you need to buy?
    Before you buy gravel, it is a good idea to estimate how much you will need for your project and how much your materials are going to cost. If you are putting in a new garden, estimate how many bags of gravel you will need to place much over the entire garden, so you do not buy too much gravel or too little.


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