are sold by the “scoop” one scoop is approximately one half of a cubic yard.
Most will charge an average of $210 to $800, depending on the size and polishing style of the rock.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much rock is in a scoop?
1 scoop= 3/4 yard and weighs approximately 3/4 ton/1500 lbs. Not sure how much you need? Measure the length & width of the area you're covering and give us a call at 812-537-3800. One scoop covers approximately 110 square foot at recommended depth of 2”.
How much does a scoop of landscape rock weigh?
One cubic yard (2 scoops) will weigh about 1.5 tons (3000 lbs.). Soils typically weigh a little less, about 1000-1200 pounds per scoop. Mulches weight even less, about 400-500 lbs per scoop.
How many yards is a scoop?
"What is a 'scoop'?" One scoop is the equivalent of 2/3 of a cubic yard. This will weigh approx. 700 lbs. for mulch, 1,100 lbs.