Construction aggregates are something we use and interact with each and every day. Our cities, towns, and transportation networks all depend on aggregate material. In fact, beginning thousands of years ago, civilizations built entire cities with stone, sand, and gravel. Many of these ancient structures still stand today.
Aggregate is a granular material utilized in modern construction. The most common natural aggregates include sand, gravel, and crushed rock.
We can use aggregate in a wide variety of indoor and outdoor applications like concrete and asphalt production, as well as sub-base, capping & drainage systems, in addition to decorative purposes. You can find aggregate as a base material present underneath highways, walkways, airport runways, parking lots, and railroads. It also aids in water filtration, purification, and erosion control.
In its raw form, aggregate is used in combination with other resources in constructing numerous items that we rely on to secure and maintain our quality of life like houses, roads, bridges, schools, hospitals, etc.
Stucco Sand – Mason Sand
Beach Sand – Concrete Sand
Volleyball Sand – Equestrian Sand
Masonry sand or “all-purpose” sand is fine-grade sand for use in filler material, paver base, beach sand, sandbox material, some septic systems, and leveling agent. This is a washed material as well, ensuring that the provided sand is free of debris and contaminants.
The quality of sand used on a playground is very important in a community, neighborhood, or school facility. Sand made specially for playgrounds differs from other sand materials in that it is carefully screened and washed. Our sand materials are utilized in public playgrounds, under pols, and other recreation applications.
This washed rock is ideal for drainage applications, and low-maintenance ground cover. For areas that require water drainage and decorative landscapes, drain rock is a clean and practical option.
Pea rock, or pea gravel, supplies in a variety of natural shades. A more inexpensive alternative to other materials, pea rock’s smooth surface is a good addition for gardening and landscaping projects. It additionally helps to inhibit weed growth with at least 6 inches of depth.
- We offer pea rock in #89 stone, ⅜”
River rock is a decorative stone utilized as an alternative to rock chips and other sharp rock supplies. It can be used as a foundation in cement, creating walls, and filling landscapes as well.
- River rock appears as small as ¼” to as large as 4” in diameter
50 / 50 Top Soil Sand Mix
60 / 40 Top Soil Sand Mix
70 / 30 Top Soil Sand Mix
No job is too large or too small. ASR Materials only provide FDOT supplies and the finest selections of soil and fill dirt for construction and landscaping applications.
Potting soil is a man-made soil mix that in some ways provides superior benefits to traditional garden soil when growing plants in containers or pots. This soil compound combines various ingredients to provide the best drainage, support, and nutrition to plants. Potting soil mix is often made of peat moss, vermiculite, perlite and/or composted manure.
70/30 mix is 70% sand and 30% soil mix. This is a premium compound, perfect for growing trees, sod, and shrubs. Extremely suitable for all purposes, 70/30 mix is a plant breeder’s quality soil compost of the highest-quality raw materials.