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Sand Gravel in Gastonia, NC
1.John E. Jenkins Inc
1451 Delta Dr3.38 mi Gastonia, NC Sand & GravelBuilding ContractorsEnvironmental & Ecological ConsultantsGrading Contractors
John E. Jenkins, Inc. commits a large portion of our workforce to commercial and industrial projects, subdivisions, and roadways. These projects cover all aspects of site development for both small businesses and large corporations.
Serving the Gastonia, NC area More Info Sand & Gravel
I needed sand and gravel delivered to a construction site I'm working on and these fellas gave me the best deal. I'm glad to recommend their services, it was simply perfect so far.
3.Wesson Septic Tank Service Inc
707 Poplar Springs Church Rd23.19 mi Shelby, NC Sand & GravelSewer ContractorsBuilding ContractorsConstruction & Building Equipment
Great people to work with. pleasure to meet and do business with.
4.McGirt Supply Company
1249 Quarry Overlook Dr19.22 mi Fort Mill, SC Sand & GravelLawn & Garden Equipment & SuppliesLandscaping Equipment & SuppliesTopsoil
WONDERFUL!! Great products, great help!
5.Construction Supply Inc
3701 Pleasant Plains Rd30.20 mi Matthews, NC Sand & GravelStone ProductsLawn & Garden Equipment & SuppliesGranite
I ordered 9 yards of screened fill dirt to do some ground leveling. The dirt was ok. The service was terrible. The dirt was dumped 60ft from the area where I had requested it to be dumped. This added work to me as I now had to haul it further. The driver, by dumping it in the wrong location ran over a sprinkler and hose. The sprinkler and hose are now unusable. The driver was courteous enough to pickup the main part of the sprinkler and hide it in the garbage while leaving many plastic shards on the ground where it was. When I called to voice my complaint, I was told by the receptionist that management was currently out and that she would take a message. After a few days I have not heard back and called again. Same scenario. Management was out and she would take a message. Buyer beware. I have since moved on to use other more courteous companies for my dirt.
6.Privette Enterprises Inc.
Monroe, NC Sand & GravelTopsoilGrading ContractorsLandscaping Equipment & Supplies
For more than 20 years, Privette Enterprises Inc has provided construction work for Mecklenburg, Union, and surrounding counties. We look forward to servicing your next load of gravel, mulch, dirt or even a new development grading project. Residential customers may now visit us at Visions Landscape Materials and Design on Rocky River Road in Monroe.
7.Vulcan Materials Co
Serving the Gastonia, NC area Sand & GravelStone ProductsCrushed StoneQuarries
Vulcan Materials Company is the nation's largest producer of construction aggregates—primarily crushed stone, sand and gravel—and a major producer of aggregates-based construction materials, including asphalt and ready-mixed concrete. Our coast-to-coast footprint and strategic distribution network align with and serve the nation's growth centers. We are headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. What we produce is used in nearly all forms of construction. In particular, large quantities of aggregates are used to build and repair valuable infrastructure such as roads, bridges, waterworks and ports, and to construct buildings both residential and nonresidential, such as manufacturing facilities, office buildings, schools, hospitals and churches.
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