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Rocks small to large 2000 tons to choose from - $80 (Greendale)

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You pick them out and load them yourself onto your vehicle, you can park right next to the piles.

Prices vary depending on size and thickness. Rocks less than 18" wide are all sold by the pile size, not individually, rocks 18" wide or bigger sold individually per rock, with discounts for 10 or more.

I can deliver, but that will be additional $60 to $150 depending where you are up to 50 miles, and you still have to sort out the rocks you want into a pile, and pay in advance of delivery.

PRICING:
All rocks smaller than 18" you pick out ones you want and load them into your vehicle:
$40-65 small load: SUV, van, or a small pile in truck bed
$100 Std 6.5ft. Bed pickup truck HALF full
$180 std (6.5ft) truck bed full OR 8 ft bed 2/3 full
$540 Dumptruck load like in pics, plus delivery ($100 for up to 10 miles.)

The LARGER rocks:
18"x18" 2 inches thick $8, 6" thick $18
24"x18" 2 inches thick $12, 6" thick $24
48"x24" flat stepping or stair rock $150 each and I can load them for you.

These are in a large pile right now, you park next to the pile and pick out by hand and load the rocks you want in your vehicle.
They are not sorted at all and therefore you will need to hand select out the ones you want and load them into your vehicle. (The really big ones requiring a bobcat to lift or move have been separated into a different pile and are much more expensive, like $30-3000 per rock)

I own equipment to move and place bigger ones if needed, but obviously that will be a extra. Call or text with any questions, show contact info up till midnight. (5 one 3 7 six 3 99 one 9)

Great for making stone patios, sidewalks, steps, retaining walls, any "green" projects. Good for lining a creek, lake, pond, fountain, or stopping erosion. Can be used as a natural rip rap as well.

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