Asked by: Jine Kaltenhauser
asked in category: General Last Updated: 11th March, 2020

How much does Bull Rock cost?

Landscaping Rock & Stone Pricing
Rock Type Price
Decorative $40 - $500 per ton
Large Boulders $100-$600 per ton
Bull $37 per cubic yard $4 per bag $2.50 per 5-gallon bucket
River Rock Gravel $40 - $45 per ton $30 - $35 per cubic yard $4 - $8 per bag

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In respect to this, what is the cheapest rock for landscaping?

Landscaping Rock Prices

Landscape Rock Type Minimum Cost Maximum Cost
Crushed Granite $50/cubic yard $70/cubic yard
Pea Gravel $2/bag $3/bag
River Rocks $0.05/pound $0.35/pound
Mexican Beach Pebbles $20/bag $30/bag

Also, how much do large landscape rocks cost? Based on national research, the average costs for landscape boulders are: Average Minimum Cost of Landscaping Boulders: $100 per ton. Average Maximum Cost of Landscaping Boulders: $600 per ton.

Secondly, how much is a dump truck load of gravel?

The cost of gravel ranges from $10 to $50 per ton, $15 to $75 per yard, $1 to $3 per square foot, or $1,350 per truck load depending on the rock type, volume, and travel distance.

What is bull rock landscaping?

Southern Crushed Concrete's Bull Rock is a recycled material that ranges from 3 to 5 inches and typically comes in varying shades of brown. Bull rock, also known as granular fill, offers decorative landscaping features and is often used in numerous functional hardscaping applications.

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