A. Gradation is the size the quarry crushes the limestone into.
Q. What is the difference between White and Gray Limestone?
A. White limestone is a Mexican stone which is lower in density, in return is more porous and produces more yield per ton, and Gray limestone is a Kentucky stone which is more dense, in return is a stronger less porous stone.
Q. How does Port Aggregates, Inc receive each type of limestone?
Q. What types of trucks can I expect to be used for delivery of my order?
A. For most residential deliveries, we utilize either a tandem (15 tons) or a triaxle (18 tons), if the offload site is level and stable we for commercial jobs we utilize an end dump trailer (27 tons).
Q. How can I estimate the amount of tons I will need for my project?
Q. What is the minimum amount I can order for delivery?
Q. What is the difference between Limestone and Gravel?
A. Limestone is a stone based formation that is quarried and crushed into different sizes for end use. Gravel is a pit run product recovered from an old river formation.
Q. Who is responsible if I need a truck to dump in a specific location on my property and gets stuck?
A. Our drivers are some of the most experienced in the business, but are trained to deliver an unprecedented customer service reputation. If told to put a truck in a location unsafe or unsuitable for them, the liability of a wrecker truck then falls on the customer.