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We suggest a truck or trailer for quick & easy loading. If you don't have access to either of those you can bring buckets, trash cans or even put a tarp down in the back of your car to load by hand.
If you have a truck bed or open trailer we will happily load you with our loader.
If you are in a smaller car or a truck with a covered bed you will have to hand load yourself.
*We do have shovels available if needed.
At this time we do not provide bags or buckets.
*we are actively working on getting 5 gallon buckets into our store.
We are pretty good at sizing up your vehicle and loading a safe amount of material. However, it's important to understand your vehicle's hauling capacity as well as how your vehicle drives when fully loaded. Volume is typically easier to measure however the weight of the material is the most important factor. Refer to the image below for our recommendations.
Yes, If you are hand-loading material you are more than welcome to get less than a 1/2 yard. We can sell amounts down to a 5-gallon bucket.
If we are loading the material with the loader our minimum is 1/2 yard.
Yes. We have a 1 yard minimum for delivery.
We suggest 24-48 hour notice.
* If you are renting equipment to complete a job, etc. we advise calling in and securing your delivery slot at least 1 week in advance.
Yes. During the busy season (Spring & Summer) we deliver Monday-Saturday. The rest of the year our delivery schedule is Monday-Friday.
We do not give actual times for delivery.
We will let you know if your delivery will be in the Morning or in the afternoon.
Our drivers start around 7:30am and end the day around 4:30pm.
No. We do ask that you leave cones, a tarp or some sort of marker in the area you would like the material dumped. This spot should match the delivery instructions you left with us when you ordered.
Our skilled truck drivers can dump the material anywhere that you want them to, except a spot that has overhead power lines, tree branches, a location that requires driving across a septic system or anywhere that a large dump truck can’t fit into.