The Materials We Offer
Y Rock Trucking offers a wide variety of services for delivery and hauling of materials.
Baseball Clay tends to hold water, but packs well. This is the material that looks just its’ name: Baseball Clay. The orange type clay you see at a Baseball field or is prominent in Georgia.
This is a very clean source of material and works well on the top of Central Florida “Sugar Sand”. Typically Broken Tile is about the size of a deck of cards.
Crushed Asphalt is Milled Asphalt that has been through a crusher. Milled and Crushed Asphalt work together just like Broken and Crushed Tile.
Crushed Concrete is typically a By-Product of demolition. Crushed Concrete is excellent as an aggregate or top dressing over Road Base Clay.
Fill Dirt is typically a light gray material, mostly a mix of sand and some organics. This is great for raising the level of your yard or back filling after a project.
Milled Asphalt comes right off the Mill as roads are taken up on repaving projects. This material contains larger chunks of asphalt and works much like Broken Tile.
Rip Rap comes in various sizes. The most common size averages between 6″-12″ material and is commonly used to protect the ends of culvert pipes and drains to prevent erosion.