Sears Contracting
Sears Contracting
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Sears Contracting
Sears Contracting
Sears Contracting
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Gray Stone

Our Gray Stone is crushed granite. We make every effort to provide as much continuity of size and color as we are able. Please come look at our samples.

Crusher Run: 3/4" and smaller to include fines and dust

This material is most often used as a base material. One can create a base for a road, a driveway or a foundation, use it to smooth a surface or make minor repairs.

#68 Gray Stone: 3/8" – 3/4" pure stone

This is a small stone that will lock down tightly and should provide good longevity. It is recommended as top cover stone for a flat or circular driveway. It can be used for walkways and its smaller size allows for more ease of movement, especially in a residential setting or perhaps parking lots because of the amount of foot traffic they incur.

#5 / 57 Gray Stone: 3/4" – 1 1/4" pure stone

This stone is quite versatile. It can be used for driveways to create a base or as a top cover stone, especially if the surface has a grade, or slope, up or down. It is a larger stone that can provide more weight to stay in place in that application without being too large to function easily. It is sometimes used in applications where the traffic is heavier, either by volume or by weight. It can also be used as a drainage stone.

#4 Gray Stone: 1 1/2" – 2 1/2" pure stone

Because of its size, this stone is most often used for drainage. It is recommended for French Drains. It can be used for ditches or for driveways that have very soft surfaces that might absorb smaller stones too quickly.

#3 Gray Stone: 2 1/2" – 3 1/2" pure stone
#1 Gray Stone: 3 1/2" – 4 1/2" pure stone

These are the largest of the Gray Stones that we carry. They are both used for many of the same purposes. Construction entrances are the most common but they can be used in any area where the ground is very soft to stabilize and create a base. They, too, can be used in applications such as ditches, etc.

These are just some of the most common uses for each of these stones. There are certainly many others. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have more questions or would like answers more specific to your particular needs. We take pride in our knowledge of our products and our commitment to our customers!

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