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Sand Gravel in San Diego, CA
RCP Block & Brick
8240 Broadway, Lemon Grove, CA, 91945
2617 Hixson Mesa Way0.25 mi San Diego, CA Sand & GravelConcrete Equipment & SuppliesConcrete AggregatesConcrete Additives
We are the largest family owned and operated concrete supplier in California. Whether it's one cubic yard or more than one million, we handle all types of residential and commercial jobs. Large continuous pours, heavy engineering projects, public works, highways and bridges, driveways, tennis courts, walkways, architectural, rapid strength, liquid color, along with jobs that require portable plants. When you need the job done right, rely on the trusted name in concrete since 1949.
2.RCP Block & Brick
8240 Broadway8.00 mi Lemon Grove, CA Sand & GravelConcrete Equipment & SuppliesStone NaturalBuilding Materials
Family owned and operated since1947, RCP Block & Brickmanufacturesand provides the finest hardscape products and masonry supplies to Southern California contractors and homeowners. With 6 convenient masonry supply and hardscape supply retail locations in San Diego and Southwest Riverside County, we have the hardscape and masonry building materials you need for your next project. Give us a call or visit us, and start your project today!
Serving the San Diego, CA 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.
4.Alpine Landscape Materials
1117 Tavern Rd23.00 mi Alpine, CA Sand & GravelConcrete Equipment & SuppliesRock ShopsConcrete Blocks & Shapes
We are a family owned wholesale material yard that is open to the public. We are located in the heart of San Diego County serving and delivering to All of San Diego County.
5.Sunrise Materials Inc.
1112 S Santa Fe Ave33.00 mi Vista, CA Sand & GravelHydrologistsLawn & Garden Equipment & SuppliesRock Shops
In 1999, as a new homeowner who needed literally tons of fill dirt/topsoil and all the materials for a large, concrete retaining wall, I felt thrilled that I got the “inside track” or “inside scoop” on this great place called Sunrise Materials. A neighbor who knew a professional contractor “hooked me up” with info about Sunrise Materials, its location and 6:00am ‘contractors’ hours that meant we could comfortably work from sunrise to about 1:00pm on our enormous outdoor project. We called ahead to let them know the volume of materials we would need, and because of the convenient drive-through, the 8-mile round-trip to/from Sunrise Materials and Shadowridge took less than a half-hour.
12421 Vigilante Rd18.12 mi Lakeside, CA Sand & GravelBuilding ContractorsShipping ServicesSteel Processing
7.Modern Builders Supply
825 Grand Ave29.27 mi San Marcos, CA Sand & GravelConcrete Equipment & SuppliesBarbecue Grills & SuppliesBuilding Materials
We have been working with Modern Builders Supply, Inc. for many years and are proud to recommend them to anyone in need of masonry products. The owners and staff are professional, friendly and knowledgeable. Modern Builders Supply, Inc. should be your first choice for masonry products.
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