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What You Need to Know About Building Trails with Crusher Fines

Crusher fines will have exactly the same color as the rock from which they are ground. The color should either match or complement the native stone and surroundings of the site, but color is of secondary importance to the structural characteristics of the fines. If the crusher fine surface needs to be patched in the future, the fines added ...

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Sand Four Sale - Better Materials For Less!- Welcome

They are 1/4 inch minus (meaning the largest parts are 1/4 inch, down to the fines (minus). Made from crushing larger granite and river rock. Crusher fines are similar to breeze, but breeze has larger particles, usually 3/8 inch minus, are more expensive and don't always stay compacted as well.

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Green Materials Report: Breeze a Green Landscaping Product ...

Crushed breeze, also referred to as crusher fines (dust and fine grains remaining from crushed rock), is used as an inexpensive walkway material that can be used by itself, with flagstone or brick pavers. Breeze sizing ranges from a 3/8" to ¼" crushed material.

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For Those of You that Have/Had Breeze - Houzz

Here in California the local eqivalent to rock crusher fines is known as decomposed granite fines, and unlike pea gravel, does not "crunch" when walked across. Unless a stabilizing polymer product is added to solidify it, it isn't ideal for slopes,(it easily erodes), and it …

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FAQ: Tips and Techniques for using Crusher fines surfacing ...

Crusher fines applied over landscape fabric to a depth of 4-6 inches. ... Be sure your material is crushed rock, not volcanic cinders, "red breeze," decomposed granite, pea gravel, or river rock. ... A better crusher fines trail in the same Bluff Lake Nature Area, Denver.

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Breeze | Dreamscapes Landscape Center

Gray Breeze is a crushed granite that can be used in a variety of ways. It is often called crusher fines or granite sand. This product is ideal for the base for pavers or a stone patio.

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Breeze & Crusher Fines | Walkways | Driveways

Crushed breeze, also referred to as crusher fines (dust and fine grains remaining from crushed rock), can be used as an inexpensive walkway . 303.682.2314 REQUEST A QUOTE

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Walkway, Driveway & Stone Fines | Crystal Landscape Supplies

6616 N Garfield Ave (Hwy 287) Loveland, CO 80538-0462 Phone: (970) 669-3565 Fax: (970) 669-2690 [email protected]

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What is breeze rock? - SupportMyMoto

Grey Breeze is a crushed granite that can be utilized in quite a lot of methods. It's usually known as crusher fines or granite sand. This product is right for the bottom for pavers or a stone patio. ... A cubic yard is the same as 27 cubic ft.

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Edging for Breeze/Crusher Fines - houzz.com

Any good ideas for an edging when using breeze/crusher fines for a curved 45' walkway? Since it can get messy, we know we need something. We want a "natural" look. DH doesn't want to line it …

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What to use to hold the "crusher fines" in place. - Garden ...

On crusher fines, as a track base, I haven't had experience using it there, but wash away still shouldn't happen because its adherence to the track ties is amazing. Some cracking may occur over time depending on how heavily it's applied under and in between track ties set on a stone fill base.

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Can I Use Crusher Fines in My Landscape? | Angi [Angie's List]

Crusher fines are typically quarter-inch or smaller aggregates that are used for walking and driving surfaces or clean desert areas where a very minimalist design is required. The first thing most people will see is the color of the material, which obviously needs to work with the overall design, but there are several other factors that should ...

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Breeze & Crusher Fines | Use for Pathways | Structural base

COLORADO MATERIALS INC. [email protected] 1541 Boston Ave, Longmont, CO 80501 303.682.2314 PH 303.682.2394 FX

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3/8" Minus Fines (Crusher Fines or Breeze) - The Aggregate ...

The Aggregate Source is a large granite quarry located on the west side of Canon City, Colorado. Being a local company works to our advantage due to the fact that we know local market conditions that could affect your project.

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