Limestone For Your Next Project.

Limestone is a popular material commonly used in commercial and residential construction projects across Texas. Limestone’s popularity stems from its availability, strength, flexibility, and appealing look, making it a favorite choice. In the Lone Star State, you can find limestone in different forms, including base, crusher fines, crushed rock, bull rock, and rip rap. Each form has unique advantages and specific uses.

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Limestone Base

Limestone base, vital for driveways, parking lots, and more. The material is a mixture of dust (0”) to a specified max size of rock. It is offered as both Spec Base, which will conform to consistency testing requirements, and as a Flex Base, which is offered as roughly the advertised size but is not regulated.

Size: 0” to ¾”, 0” to 1”, 0” to 2”, 0” to 3”, Flexbase

Crusher Fines/Screenings

Crusher fines are sold as the byproduct from the aggregate crushing process. Similar to Limestone Base, crusher fines range from dust (0”) to a maximum size rock (⅜”). The material is most often used as to build non-spec foundations, country roads or driveways, and is used as affordable fill material.

Size: 0” to ⅜”

Limestone Screened Rock

Screened limestone is a versatile material used as topping rock in driveways or parking lots, in landscaping applications, and is used heavily in commercial construction. The crushed nature of the material, when compact, allows for a very stable foundation for walking and driving.

Size: ⅜”, ¾”, 1”, 1 ¼”, 1 ½”, 2”, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 7, #57 Rock

Limestone Bull Rock

Limestone bull rock is durable and weather resistant. The material is both tough and attractive. It is primarily used in building retaining walls, improving drainage and erosion control, fortifying construction entrances, and various landscape applications.

Size: 1”x2”, 1”x3”, 1”x4”, 2”x3”, 2”x4”, 2”x5”, 3”x5”, 3”x8”, 4”x8”, 5”x8”, 6”x8”

Limestone Rip Rap

Limestone rip rap is primarily used as fill material or to fortify shorelines, riverbanks, and slopes against erosion. Also absorbs wave energy, defends structures, and is ideal for coastal protection, bridge abutments, and other erosion control projects.

Size: 3”x5”, 4”x8”, 5”x8”, 8”x10”, 12”, 12”x18”, 12”x24”, 18”, 18”x24”, 24”, 24”x36”, 30”, 36”+

Uses of Limestone in Construction

Whether it’s serving as a solid foundation, adding topping rock to pathways, or offering protection against erosion, limestone has proven itself as a reliable and versatile construction material. Its availability in different forms caters to the specific needs of each project, ensuring that the desired benefits are achieved.

Limestone Aggregate: FAQs

Limestone aggregates have a wide range of applications in construction, including road bases, foundations, and concrete production. They’re also used in landscaping for pathways and garden features.
Yes, limestone aggregates are considered environmentally friendly. They’re abundant and don’t require excessive mining. Using them in construction can also promote sustainability by reducing the need for new materials.
Limestone aggregates are known for their durability, making them suitable for heavy-duty tasks. They’re also effective in managing water drainage and preventing erosion. Their natural appearance adds aesthetic value.
Limestone aggregates come in various sizes, from fine particles for pathways to larger rocks for erosion control. The size you choose depends on the specific demands of your project.

Our Other Aggregate Materials

River rock has many different uses, including drainage assistance, ready-mix production, and landscaping.

Granite is a durable stone primarily used in path building, parking lots, landscaping, foundations, and driveways.

Top products in this category include select fill, fill sand, washed concrete sand, mortar sand, and topsoil.

Repurposed material gathered from retired buildings, parking lots, pathways, parking garages, etc.