Asphalt removed from roads and re-crushed. It can be used on roadways and is especially useful on steep hills to provide traction and prevent erosion.
Crushed from bank pit run. Packs well. 7/8” crushed stone and down to sand. Used for driveway top coat, roadways, under asphalt and concrete. A very common granular material used by both township and municipal road departments.
Cottage A - ¾” minus
Similar to above, but no crushed material. Screened from bank pit run. Rounded stones from ¾” to sand. Similar uses to Granular A above, but does not pack as well.
Pit Run (B1)
Material dug from pit bank. Rounded stones from 4” and down to sand. No crushed material. Suitable as a base for driveways, roadways or parking lot.
Coarse Pit Run
Material dug from pit bank. Similar to Pit Run, but larger stones, up to 6”. Suitable for deeper/wetter areas under roadways, etc.
3/8” Crusher Run,
5/8” Crusher Run,
7/8” Crusher Run
Topping material for roadways, driveways, parking lots. Crushed stones and rock dust made from quarried stone. Packs very well, so especially useful on hills. Will not track or break down like limestone. Very durable. Provides a hard surface when packed and watered. Used on Township roads, District side roads and Ministry projects.
2” Crusher Run,
6” Crusher Run,
Excellent road base material, suitable for large fills, wet areas. Provides great support for road bases.
1” clear crush
Suitable for drainage, culvert bedding, backfill.
Stabilization, erosion control of side hills on roadsides.
Screened sand suitable for traction on snowy/icy roads. Available salted or unsalted. Used by municipal governments and private contractors, homeowners.
¾” crusher run
2” crusher run (imported)
Road topping material, packs, but will break down and adhere to shoes, tires, etc. Can be slippery when wet. Can be used on driveways with steep grades with good results.