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How Much Crushed Stone Do I Need? Construction Information
(L'xW'xH') / 27 = cubic yards of crushed stone needed. In the construction world, most materials are measured in cubic yards. Multiply the Length, in feet, by the ...
http://landscaping.about.com/od/patioideas/a/crushed-stone.htm
Crushed Gravel Driveways - Pros and Cons
By "crushed gravel" driveways I mean those composed of coarse sand intermixed with small stones. But this terminology is regional, and many find it confusing.
http://landscaping.about.com/od/drivewaysandwalkways1/f/gravel_driveway.htm
How Much Stone Dust Do I Need? - Landscaping - About.com
Stone dust and other base materials like crushed stone and sand are usually sold in 0.5 cubic yard increments. In the example above, you would round the 1.19 ...
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Road Metal - Crushed Stone - Geology - About.com
The crushed-stone cobbles in this railroad track are known in the trade as road metal. The term goes back to the early 1800s, when the first railroads and ...
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Backfilling Methods and Alternatives - Construction - About.com
... backfill the remainder of the trench with material free from stones larger than 6" or ... trenches open to traffic while maintaining the surface with crushed stone.
http://construction.about.com/od/New-Airports-Construction/a/Backfilling-Backfill-Methods.htm
Stone Mulch and Choosing Between Hay and Straw - Landscaping
Stone mulch offers durability, while hay and straw generally look better in gardens. ... Due to its ruggedness, stone (for example, the crushed stone shown in the ...
http://landscaping.about.com/cs/compostandmulch/a/mulches_3.htm
How to Install Pavers for Patios (Selection to Cleaning) - Landscaping
It's time to dig. You need to remove about 8 1/2; inches of earth to install pavers and a base for them. This will allow for 5 inches of crushed stone, 1 inch of sand,  ...
http://landscaping.about.com/od/patioideas/a/How-To-Install-Pavers.htm
How to Use Stone Dust With Pavers - Landscaping - About.com
Stone dust is like a darker, coarser version of sand. It is a byproduct of running stones through a crushing machine to make crushed stone. How It's Used.
http://landscaping.about.com/od/patioideas/a/stone-dust.htm
Laying a Flagstone Patio - Landscaping - About.com
Laying flagstone patios in sand is not difficult, although the stone itself can be ... As an alternative, you could use decorative crushed stone here to create a ...
http://landscaping.about.com/od/hardscapefences1/ht/flagstone_patio.htm
Stone Patio and Walkway - How to Build a Flagstone Patio and ...
a large amount of sand; some large, flat stones; a large amount of gravel fill; a wheelbarrow; a shovel; a metal rake; a tamper; several bags of crushed stone ...
http://homerenovations.about.com/video/Flagstone-Patio-and-Walkway.htm
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