Construction aggregate, or simply “aggregate“, is a broad category of coarse particulate material used in construction, including sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag, recycled concrete and geosynthetic aggregates. Aggregates are the most mined materials in the world.

 

 

 

 


Beach Sand

  • Washed Sand, Great for Sandboxes
  • Also used by landscapers as paver sand

 

 


Masonry Sand

  • Used in Masonry/concrete mixtures
  • Some contractors use as base for laying pavers

 

 


River Stone

  • Available in 2”-4” inch variation
  • Decorative accent to gardens, walkways and generally makes a very nice ground cover.
  • Riverstone can also be used a drainage stone for those desiring a more decorative drainage product

 


Limestone Screenings

  • Crushed limestone product
  • ¼” Limestone mixed with Dust
  • Typically grading base under patio/pavers stones

 


Limestone 5/8” minus – Driveway Stone

  • Crushed Limestone Product
  • Used primarily for Driveways

 

 


3/4″ Drainage Stone

  • This is a crushed and washed Limestone Product
  • Typically used for Drainage solutions
  • Also serves as decorative ground cover depending on preference.

 


2” Minus Limestone

  • This is a premium crushed Limestone product
  • Primarily used for drainage

 

 


Gabion Stone

  • Typically used for drainage, or caged retaining walls systems
  • Sizing varies from 4” to 8”

 

 

 


Recycled Asphalt

  • Recycled Asphalt is old asphalt that is ground into an aggregate sized.
  • popular product for driveways as it binds together when compacted, unlike crushed stone.

 

 


Peastone

  • Small stone (3/8” typically) sometimes used for drainage
  • Most commonly used for decorative ground cover

 

 


3/8” Red Granite

  • High-end decorative stone used to accent flower beds, pool areas, around homes,
  • A good solution for water features

 

 


High Performance Bedding (HPB) 

  • 1/4″ clear limestone product for use with many landscape DIY projects
  • HPB, even in a well compacted state, passes the water very well, as it consists of angular and not too fine particles
  • Typically used for paving stone underlay

 


Ottawa Valley Riverstone 

  • 1.5″ inch decorative garden stone with a variation of colours
  • Used primarily for edging gardens, ponds or walkways