Yes! This is known as palletized, we offer all of our Armour Stones in pallets upon request which can make them easier to transport and move around a job site.
Yes! We quarry our own Armour Stone which gives us the opportunity to personally inspect every piece of Armour Stone before it leaves our quarry or yard and heads to your job site. If you are not satisfied with any of the stones we deliver to your job site we would be happy to exchange them [...]
Yes! We are happy to offer free Armour Stone quotes for your next landscaping or building project. Our experienced reps will help you figure out styles, colours and total amounts required to help you achieve the goals of your project in a timely manner. We are always happy to help with Armour Stone product questions.
Depending on the type of project and the city you live in it might. Retaining walls above a certain height often require permits as they serve a structural purpose. Garden or driveway edgings typically don't require a permit. We always advise you to check with your local building department before starting any project.
For Armour Stone Calculations like most natural stones, we use a rough calculation to get approximate amounts. You must first measure the length x height of the area in which you intend to use the Armour Stone. Once you have the length and height you multiple the two numbers together (Lenth x Height) and multiply the [...]
Armour Stone can vary in weight depending on the sizes selected. For an average-sized armour stone measuring 3ft x 2ft x 2ft an average weight of 2000lbs or 1 Ton. Heavy machinery is required to move Armour Stone safely around a job site.
Armour Stone is extremely heavy compared to a lot of other landscaping products, meaning it requires heavy machinery to load and offload. We bring the materials to your job site using our flatbed trucks. Depending on your situation we can offload using our Tandem forklift or for added savings, you can use your own equipment on-site [...]
Armour to natural stone that is taken from quarries. They are usually larger rectangular uniform pieces of stone available in a range of colours. Armour is drilled and blasted from our Quarries in Ontario.