Asked by: Magencia Bakhutaasked in category: General Last Updated: 9th April, 2020
How much area does a ton of riprap cover?
|PRODUCT||COVERAGE RATE PER TON OF MATERIAL|
|4”-10” Rip Rap||30 Square Feet|
|2″-4″ Rip Rap||70 Square Feet|
|1”-3” Rip Rap||90 Square Feet|
|3/4”, 7/8,” 1” Screened Gravel||100 Square Feet @ 2” depth|
Likewise, how many tons of riprap are in a square yard?
The conversion for riprap varies by size but generally speaking, a conversion of 2 tons per cubic yard is sufficient.
Subsequently, question is, how much does rip rap cost per foot? Erosion Control Costs The cost of riprap varies depending on location and the type of material selected. A cost of $35 to $50 per square yard of ungrouted riprap can be used as a basic quote, while grouted riprap ranges from $45 to $60 per square yard.
Beside this, how many square feet does a ton of rock cover?
One (1) ton of river rock covers approximately a 50-75 sq. ft.
How much rock do I need to cover an area?
A: Our general rule of thumb is one yard of rock will cover 100 square feet at a depth of approximately 2 inches. Use our calculators to get a quick estimate of the amount of material you'll need for your project.