Stone CrushersCrusher run is crushed natural limestone, unlike crushed asphalt that is an oil product.
Crusher run consists of 3/4" particles plus a specific blend of stone dust.
Crush n Run, also known as crusher run, is an aggregate mix of stone, gravel and dust.
Bulk gravel costs $15 to $75 per yard on average.
Crushed concrete, sand and gravel mix, and crushed shells are the cheapest stones at $15 per yard.
Crusher run, pea gravel, steel slag, and river rock typically cost $50 per yard or more.
#67 Gravel is a crushed blue-gray granite that is dry-screened to measure roughly 3/4″, meaning the actual size of any particular piece will be from 1/2″ to 1″ long.
Stone dust and pea gravel are screened out, giving you an attractive landscaping material with superb drainage qualities.
A truck load of gravel costs $1,350 or more with a 10-yard minimum, including delivery and spreading based on the rock type, amount, truck size (double or tri-axle), and travel distance.
Most rock-fill jobs use a 3-man crew plus a tractor for $46 per hour that spread 12 cubic yards per hour.
Landscape fabric is laid over soil and then mulch is layered on top of the fabric.
Landscape fabric also works well beneath gravel, rock, or hardscaping.
It also can be used beneath flower beds or ground cover to reduce weeds and the need for weed control.