A1 Grass: Grass Sod, Sand & Stone

Aggregate & River Rock Products in North Texas

A-1 Grass Sand & Stone provides high quality sand, stone, and mulch products for use in any landscaping project . Have a question about our selection? Contact us today!

Gravel
(Sold by the yard)

  • Crushed Concrete
  • Chico Rock (Grey 3/4’’)
  • Chico Rock (Grey 1 1/2’’)
  • Decomposed Granite (Fine <1/4’’)
  • Decomposed Granite
  • Lava Rock (Burgundy, Red, or Black)
  • New Mexico Red
  • Pea Gravel (Tan)
  • Recycled Asphalt
  • Washed Rock (Tan 1 1/2’’)
  • Rip Rap

River Rock
(Price per pound or ton)

  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • Llano Rock
  • Moss rock
  • Black Taos Rock
A-1 Grass Sand & Stone provides high quality sand, stone, and mulch products for use in any landscaping project. We offer flagstone, river rock, and sandstone in addition to smaller aggregates such as cobblestone, concrete, and gravel. We also carry different kinds of sand for a variety of uses in your front or back yard as well as soil and mulch products made to enhance your lawn or garden. Have a question about our selection? Contact us today!
Washed Rock
Recycled Asphalt
Pea Gravel
Lava Rock
Decomposed Granite
Crushed Concrete
Chico Rock
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Hard yet soft ― these seemingly contradictory qualities are part of the appeal of aggregate
Durable enough to cover paths, terraces, and driveways, gravel conveys a softer mood than most other types of paving, it feels more organic than pavers or brick and can be the perfect transitional material from house to garden.
 
Visit A-1 Grass Sand & Stone to experience the look and feel of different types of gravel. 
 
• For high-traffic areas, such as paths and patios, use manmade crushed rock. Because the pieces bind together well, they create a more stable surface for walking. The most common size is 3/4 inch, an all-purpose gravel that’s also good as a mulch around plantings. For a softer surface under bare feet, use 1/4 inch or finer natural pebbles.
• For low-traffic areas, river rock is an attractive choice. Its larger, smoother pieces are less stable underfoot than crushed rock, but they have more presence.
Washed Rock
Recycled Asphalt
Pea Gravel
Lava Rock
Decomposed Granite
Crushed Concrete
Chico Rock
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All of our "Rockyard" locations are equipped with the materials you need for any landscape project. Visit or call us today!