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Gravel and Rocks

It happens slowly, almost so slowly that you don't notice it happening. 

Then one day you discover something unexpected in your yard.

A bald spot in your gravel. 


Just below is a wonderful tool that will help you get a jump start on gaining the knowledge you need to know how much gravel you need. 

Don't have the time?

Give us a call, and we can schedule you for an estimate!

Click the image above to be directed the 
Materials Calculator from Pioneer Landscape Centers


Decorative Rock Facts provided by Az Rock Depot 

Rock Sizes and Uses
  • ¼” & 3/8”– These sizes of rock are very small in size and are most common in minus material but in some colors are available as screened. 1/4″ and 3/8″ minus are a very economic way to landscape. These are commonly used in pathways, driveways, rental houses, parking lots, and also useful in back yards where kids play. It compacts well and is relatively smooth to walk on, ride bikes on, and small enough that kids are generally less tempted to throw them. It can also be covered with screened material in the future when the kids are older or you simply want to upgrade the look of your yard.
  • ½”- This size of rock is comparable to a penny, dime, or a nickel. It is very common in front and back yard landscaping. ½” Rock is easier to shovel and rake than the larger ¾” – 1” sizes. It is also easier to keep clean from debris and easier to cover bald spots with than the larger rocks.
  • ¾” & 1” – These are comparable to a quarter or fifty cent piece. These sizes are commonly used in front and back yard landscaping as well and they will stay in place very well which makes them good to use around pools. There is less of a chance of the rock getting into the pool but if it does they are large enough to easily scoop out. Another benefit of these larger sized rocks is that they will not get stuck in your shoes like the smaller sizes might.
  • 3/8” Pea Gravel – This is very common and nice to use in dog runs and kennels. It is easy for pets to walk on, clean, and can be cooled off by spraying it with a water hose. It is also commonly used under and around kids play sets with much less mess than sand and less bugs than wood chips would attract.

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