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Equipment

Here's a gallery of the many pieces of equipment we use and have available for your project. (We supply the operator.)

A straight truck is commonly known as a dump truck and is used to move large quantities of loose material such as sand, gravel, or rock.

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A belly dump has a funnel-shaped floor for unloading through the bottom. Ours distributes payload in two streams from side to side.

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A bobcat is a small tractor on either tracks or wheels and with a front loader. It can climb over rough terrain, turn in a tight circle, pull or push, and lift.

A wheel loader is essentially a large, powerful bobcat.

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An excavator uses its front scoop to move material and dig holes and trenches. Being on tracks instead of tires, it can tackle challenging terrain. Its "thumb" allows it to grasp ungainly items such as tree trunks and boulders. A backhoe is a small excavator.

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A water truck spreads water over a road to keep the dust down. It can also be a backup reservoir during extensive burns.

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A boom truck has a crane to load and unload bulky items that it transports.

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A packer has a massive (5,000-lb.) water-filled cylinder that packs down loose material such as sand, dirt or gravel by vibrating as it rolls.

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A lowboy has a lowered flatbed used to transport bulky items and heavy equipment. We also have a car carrier and a tilt deck. 

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A grader has a powerful blade that levels and smooths areas such as roadbeds and parking lots.

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The Masticator RDM52EX with Digging Spade loads logs and pulls out tree stumps. You can use it to mulch an overgrown road and restore it to nearly new. 

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Sand can fill empty spaces such as cracks and crevices. Use it to treat roads and driveways in winter weather, so you don't slip and fall. Sand mixed with our topsoil loosens the clay, thus preventing clumping. (This is useful for gardeners.) And you can use sand to fill your child's sandbox or play area!

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Pit Run is what it sounds like: dirt that comes straight from the hillside of our pit. We do not screen this material. It includes all shapes, sizes, and binders. Some of our fill has more rock (better for filling in space) or more clay (better for an area needing more binding). This product is excellent for filling in holes or building up a site.

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Gravel is perfect for surface traction and to support bulky items such as drainpipes or roads. It is also a favorite in landscaping because it creates pleasant walkways that drain well.

Crushed gravel is created by taking stones and crushing them into smaller pieces. It includes dust and dirt and is therefore best for indiscriminate uses such as roads and pads. This gravel is perfect for surface traction and to support bulky items such as drainpipes or roads. It is also a favorite in landscaping because it creates pleasant walkways that drain well.

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Chips are crushed and then screened, therefore free of any binders. This material is excellent for roads with lots of binders already in place. It makes a beautiful landscape as well with its lovely blues, purples, and reds.

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Drain rock is used for drainage because it is round and therefore full of spaces that can flow. It comes in many sizes and is pleasant to the eye in your landscape.

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Minus materials are smooth, like river rock, and have a binder. This material includes the size and everything smaller that could pass through that particular screen size. This material is perfect for your horse's arena.

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Large rock is suitable for decorative and structural elements such as rock walls, rock paths, rock patios, rock steps, etc.

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Garden or landscape, we have it all to make your grass, bushes, veggies, and/or flowers grow!

 

Our topsoil has little to no rock. 

    *You pick up or we deliver

 

If needed, we can also prepare the surface and spread the topsoil for you. 

 

We also have compost and landscape fabric.

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