Decomposed Granite

Decomposed granite, in a crushed stone form, is used as a pavement building material. It is used on driveways, garden walkways, bocce courts and petanque terrains,and municipal urban park and natural regional and national park ‘sidewalks’ and heavy-use paths. It can be installed and compacted to meet handicapped accessibility specifications and criteria, such as the ADA standards in the U.S. Different colors, in natural ranges depending on quarry source, and polymeric stabilizer add-mixtures are available.

18 Comments » for Decomposed Granite
  1. Stan Cravatt says:

    Am interested in granite approximately 1 cubit foot

  2. Roland says:

    How much per yard of crushed granite?

  3. Vanessa says:

    I need decomposed granite for a synthetic turf project the area is about 700sqf and the depth should be 3-4 inches

    • Rocks says:

      Hi Vanessa,
      At 3 inches you will need 6.5 yards of crushed granite. We have a material calculator on the website if you need any further calculations. You can also call us if you have any questions.

  4. Bill says:

    This would be $35 for a cubic yard correct?

  5. Michael Pfannes says:

    I would like 3 yards delivered today if possible I live in Steiner Ranch DG Lighter Color

  6. Lisa Lasater says:

    If my yard is 38 by 34, what is the cost for decomposed granite? What is typical for how deep it should be?

    • Rocks says:

      Hi Lisa,
      It depends how deep you want to go. We have a handy calculator on the bottom of our front page or in the sidebar of other pages to help with your calculations. If you have any trouble or questions, give us a call and we will be happy to help.

      Rock N Dirt Yard

  7. Kim says:

    Are crushed granite and decomposed granite the same thing?

    • Rocks says:

      Hi Kim,
      Great question. Yes they are. There are different sizes as far as how fine decomposed granite will be. We sell decomposed granite sand which is the finest and we also sell 1/2 inch decomposed granite which is more coarse. We are making a video to show the difference and so maybe that will be of value you to you to show the difference.

      Thanks a bunch and give us a call if you have any questions.

  8. Ed says:

    Which is better for a dog yard, decomposed granite or pea gravel?

    • Rocks says:

      Hi Ed,
      It sort of comes down to preference, but if your dog is a digger, it is better to go with the pea gravel. Both will work well for your dog though. Give us a call if you need any more guidance with your yard.


  9. Jeb says:

    This would be a good base to lay patio stone on right?

    • Rocks says:

      Hi Jeb,
      Absolutely. Watch our patio stone videos for some other useful tips or give us a call if you have any questions.


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