Concrete Sand Rock N Dirt Yard’s concrete sand is an aggregate sand usually composed of either gneiss, trap rock, limestone or granite. This specific type of sand is normally crushed at the quarry and then washed and screened for quality. This process will make sure that there are no large rocks within the material. It…
Black Basalt comes in three different sizes. We offer 5/8 inch, 1 inch, and 2 inch Black Basalt.
Moss Rock comes in a wide variety of sizes to suit your needs. We have the huge boulders made of moss rock if you are going large. If you are looking for smaller we also offer the small size of 3-6 inch moss rock.
One of our most popular sandstones, Oklahoma Pecan Patio stone comes in a variety of vibrant colors. This patio stone comes in 12 inch random rectangular sizes also that can be used in many creative ways.
Chopped White- 4″, 6″, 8″
Dry Stack- 6″, 8″ Dry Stack 4×4 Only, White or Nicotine 4×4 Peach, Pecan, or Blue
2-1/4″ x 2’x4′ Perfect Sawn Patio 2-1/4″ x 2’x4′ Slight Blemish Sawn Patio 2-1/4″ x 2’x4′ Broken Sawn Patio 1-1/2″ x 2’x4′ Perfect Sawn Patio 1-1/2″ x 2’x4′ Slight Blemish Sawn Patio 1-1/2″ x 2’x4′ Broken Sawn Patio
White Sand Rock N Dirt Yard’s white sand is the type of sand most often used in application where it is likely to be seen. It is made of crushed limestone which gives it is distinctive white color and softer, finer texture. It is most often a more expensive type of sand than the other…
Masonry Sand Rock N Dirt Yard’s masonry sand is created in the same way as concrete sand but is crushed finer. It is also created at the quarry by crushing granite, gneiss, limestone or trap rock then washing it though screens to ensure the uniformity of the grains. It can be used in cement, particularly…
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Note: These rocks might be dirtier because they are unwashed due to their large size.
Pea Gravel is really great to use in your Austin landscape.
Bigger than the 1 inch river rock, this river rock adds a more course look.
This is one of our most popular rocks for rock beds.