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Decomposed Granite

Picked-up: $70.00 /cubic yard

A relatively inexpensive, casual paving material, which can be used for many different kinds of hardscapes. It can have a sandy consistency, or the granules can be a bit larger. Commonly used for filling cracks in flagstone patios and walkways.

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Description

A relatively inexpensive, casual paving material that can be used for many kinds of hardscapes. It can have a sandy consistency, or the granules can be a bit larger. Commonly used for filling cracks in flagstone patios and walkways.

Note: Call for availability.

Tip: If using for a walkway, do not apply too deep – this is to ensure that the granite compacts.

Calculating Material

Volume

1,728 cubic inches = 1 cubic foot
27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard
7.5 cubic yards = 1 unit
One 5 gallon bucket = 0.67 cubic foot

Area

144 square inches = 1 square foot
9 square feet = 1 square yard
43,560 square feet = 1 acre

How much area will a cubic yard cover at a given depth?

At 1/2″ deep, 640 square feet
At 1″ deep, 324 square feet
At 2″ deep, 162 square feet
At 3″ deep, 108 square feet
At 4″ deep, 81 square feet
At 6″ deep, 54 square feet
At 12″ deep, 27 square feet

Material weights

Please note weights can vary due to moisture content.
Bark Mulch: 500-800 lbs/cubic yard
Compost: 800-1,100 lbs/cubic yard
Soils: 1,300-2,000 lbs/cubic yard
Gravel: 2,000-2,500 lbs/cubic yard
Sand: 2,000-2,300 lbs/cubic yard

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