Supersacks can provide the perfect amount of material for your projects! Here at Delta Sod we understand that not every project will require large dump trucks. Many times these trucks can bring extra material that would be left over for you to dispose of once your project is complete. Our supersacks weigh around 2,200 lbs and will approximately measure: 3 feet wide, 3 feet deep and 2.5 to 3.5 feet tall depending on what products you are ordering.
(#57) LIMESTONE –  This aggregate is ideal for roadways, driveways, and parking pads due to the excellent traction it provides for vehicles. Using #57 limestone in waterproofing and drainage projects means water filters easily through the rock to the sub-base material. This aggregate is also frequently used for decorative landscaping purposes in areas where you wouldn’t want the material to shift around easily due to foot traffic or leaf blowers.
(#8) LIMESTONE –  This aggregate can be used as a top-dressing material for driveways and parking areas as it is easier to walk on than the #57. The #8 limestone is also very popular as a landscaping accent material. This gravel is great for filling in around spaced-out pavers or narrow areas around concrete that you wouldn’t want to fill with soil and mulch. This limestone is also great as a base for raised garden beds as it helps with water filtration.
(#610) LIMESTONE –  This aggregate is crushed up and processed which yields an inconsistent size in material, thus it is rarely used as a decorative solution. This product is a great workable material when building paver patios, retaining walls, stone walks, and anywhere that a compactable base material is needed. Typically used with as a foundation for small structures. The limestone powder in this material is what makes it become very compact.
(#57) RIVER GRAVEL –  This aggregate differs from limestone not only in color, but in shape. Where limestone can be rough and jagged, river gravel has a smooth/round finish. This type of gravel is much more bare-foot friendly. River gravel is commonly used for walkways and drainage projects. It can also be used as a long-term mulch replacement or for rock-gardens. We recommend installing weed-barrier cloth if you use this gravel in gardens.
(#8) PEA GRAVEL –  This aggregate is regularly used for walkways, dog runs, playgrounds, and patios. Pea gravel can also be used for underground projects, such as drainage and pipe bedding and is a good choice when looking for fence post installation aggregate. Because it’s small, pea gravel will move easily if not edged properly. If using pea gravel for a walkway, have concrete blocks or landscape trim set up to keep the gravel in place.