What materials can I drop off at Stony Point Rock Quarry?
We accept clean asphalt, concrete, roof tiles, porcelain, and rock. For information on our drop-off program, please visit our recycling page.
What material can I use to fill muddy pot holes?
3/4″ Drain Rock is suitable. It doesn’t contain any fines to the surface and it will stay confined in the hole.
What material can I use on my driveway?
In the summer we recommend 3 products, depending on preference for appearance: 3/4″ blue subbase, which has a clay binder to help with compaction. The rock has a blue color; Virgin Class 2 aggregate base, which also has fines for compaction (the color may vary from brown to grey); Class 2 recycle, which is comprised of crushed concrete, asphalt, porcelain, and brick. This is the least expensive of the three products. In the winter months, if mud is a problem on your driveway, 3/4″ or 1 ½ ” drain rock will create a firm surface.
What product can I use under a concrete slab?
Any material can be used under a concrete slab, though 3/8″ chip and 3/4″ drain are self-compacting materials. If you use subbase or base rock, you will need to compact the material before you pour your concrete.
How can I tell how much material I need?
I need to put in a French Drain. What material can I use?
Depending on the amount of drainage you need, we carry 3/4″, 1 ½ “, 3″, and 6” drain rock. The bigger the rock the better the drainage, because the space voids will carry excess moisture away.
What product is best for my horse arena?
You can use our manufactured fill sand or our 7/16″ quarry fines.
How do you sell your materials?
All materials out of Stony Point Rock Quarry are sold and weighed by the ton.
Can I open a credit account?
Yes, credit accounts are available for both homeowners and contractors that plan to purchase at least $10,000 of materials annually. You can download an application by clicking here.
What is the difference between your virgin and recycled aggregates?
Our virgin products only contain Aggregate Base Rock and rock fines. Our recycled product can include concrete, asphalt, brick, porcelain and tile with rock fines. They both provide the exact same properties and support for your project, so it depends mainly on customer preference.
What’s the difference between compacting and self-compacting products?
Compacting products (Aggregate Base, Quarry Fines, Aggregate Subbase) contain rock fines that compact and require a material to be placed on top of them to keep the fines from to mud in the winter seasons. Non-compacting materials (Drain Rock, Chip, Rip Rap) do not contain fines, although due to the angular structure of the rock, the individual pieces will fit together to a degree. Non-compacting products do not require a cover material.
Is Stony Point Rock Quarry a certified weight scale?
Yes. We provide the public an opportunity to have a vehicle weighed Monday through Friday from 3pm to 3:30. Please call 795-1775 for an appointment and for current rates. We do not do axle weights.