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Crush & Run



  • A must for first time driveway gravel,  resurfacing  driveway, when mud and dirt is coming up. Filling in pot holes. Don't use washed stone for filling in pot holes. When it rains, water will drain right through then settle in the bottom will make pot hole deeper.
  • Path Ways
  • Bottom layer for large flag stone


#3 Washed Stone


  •  2-3 inches average in size.
  •  For building up a driveway where there is a lot of sandy soils
  • Used for Rock Mulch last a long time.
#4 Washed Stones
  • 3-4 inches average in size.
  • For building up a driveway where there is a lot of sandy soil


#57/67 Washed Stone  Image Top layer for driveway
# 57 Washed Stone
  •  1/2-3/4 average size
  • Top layer  Driveway
  • Drainage / the larger the stone the faster the drain.
  • back filling retaining walls  
# 67 Washed Stone
  •  1/4-1/2  average size
  • Bottom Layer for Pavers Stones
  • Top dressing Drive way
  • Path Ways or walkways  
# 78 Washed Stone Image


  • 1/4 average size
  •  Use as top layer of driveway after applying 67 or 57 
  • Use Path Way  
  • Out side fire pit 



#39  Washed Stone
  •  1.5-2 inch average size.
  • Use as faster drainage for yard drains like when your yard is always flooding
# 5 Washed Stone
  • 3/4 - 1.5 average size.
  • Use as drainage around your home, Best choice. Also  septic tank lines.
  • Top layer on driveways where steep hills or heavy vehicles.   


Washed Screenings / Rock dust
  • Use for top layer of patio pavers
  •  Low Budget basketball court. 
  • Washed Pulverized granite fine sharp angular fines
Unwashed  Screening Rock dust
  • Use in building artificer turf grasses
  •  For base for large walking stone if soil is clay
  •  Also can be used as fire pit sitting area.
Surge Stone


  • 4 - 6 Inches
  • Use at construction entrances .
  •  Build up drive ways or low areas where firm foundation is needed.
  • Same as below except has fines mixed in to block soil from coming up through.
Class A Rip Rap


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  •  4 -6 inches inches
  •  Use as erosion control.
  • Also can be used as mini dames to slow the water down like in a ditch, Wake County uses them for mini dams along Roads.
Class B Rip Rap  Image

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  • 6 - 8 inches average
  • Used for erosion in ditches, lining the banks for erosion in dry areas.
  • Residential around covert at driveway pipes.
  • Excellent for borders around flower beds.


Rip Rap Class I
  • 12-16 inches
  • Used for erosion in ditches where water is always running.
  • Used if your class B     Rocks tries to move use this one or mix them.


Rip Rap Class II
  • 18 -24 inches.
  •  Used as erosion control along streams and small creeks.
  •  Equipment needed as these boulder can get large



Building a Gravel Driveway

First thing you need is at least one ditch, two would be better but at least one, some where for the water to go, so it is not just sitting on your driveway. That's one of the things that causes pot holes when the water just sits in one place on your drive-way. Pot holes could also be caused by a lot a leaves just sitting on your driveway, oh don't let the leaves just sit in your ditches either, for it will soon leach in your driveway and cause your driveway to sink on that side.

 Getting down to the clay if possible, living here in Wake County N. C. or if your soil is sandy one should put a layer of either fabric or what we call surge stone. That's stone about the size of your fist mixed with crush stone, that will help keep your top layer from sinking so quick.

You could use fabric with the clay too, but not necessary its fine just to put down four inches of crush and run some people call it ABC, either way weather you use fabric or not it is still best to use the ABC ( Crush and Run ) for the first layer.

If you don't use Crush and Run for the first layer on clay soils, this is what will happen, when it rains the water will drain through the Washed Stone 67,57 or #5.Then it will bring that clay mud or topsoil right to the top, thereby contaminating your driveway.

Then after that's been packed down, and we like for it to at least rain on it at least one time, or using equipment to pack.  Then put the  67 or 57 stone no more than 2 inches deep which the smaller 67 for small cars the 57 bigger for larger cars or pickups on top of your crush and run. I learned that topping it off later with 78 stone makes the ice and snow brake up quicker when that kind of weather hits us here in Wake Forest and Raleigh, North Carolina.

Use our Product Calculator to find out how much you need and that's it ,we recommend using a bobcat for your grading, tracked type would be better if available.

If you need some one to do the work for you we have experience companies that we would recommend in doing this for you just give us a call at

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