Sand, gravel and other aggregates are available at rock quarries and local stone and sand companies. Business directories such as BuyGravel.com allow customers to estimate how much material they need and search for local suppliers. Grading and excavation companies and concrete suppliers often know where to get aggregates, and they may deliver them to homes and businesses.Continue Reading
Landscaping companies sometimes have certain types of aggregate such as sand or small gravel for projects. Private dump truck companies often pick up large volumes of aggregate from rock yards or quarries and deliver them to buyers.
QuarriesAndBeyond.org has listings of quarries by state. Calling a quarry is a good way to get a recommendation of a gravel or sand truck driver or company in your area. Haul bills can vary depending on truck size. Generally, the haul bill is the same regardless of how full the truck is.
BuyGravel.com has a search function to locate dealers in your area by typing in a location, and they have a calculator to figure out how much gravel you need for a project. Local farm and garden centers and large home improvement stores often have small bags of various grades of gravel and sand, but the material costs substantially more per pound than aggregate you purchase directly from a hauler.Learn more about Building Materials