Rock - White Marble (1 Cubic Yard - Delivered)
Marble Chips make a durable and attractive ground cover. They resist deterioration and typically do not attract termites, ants or other wood pests. These medium-sized, white marble rock chips are recommended for walkways, patios and similar areas of your yard. They can easily complement many landscape designs around trees and shrubs. PLEASE NOTE: We have a THREE YARD MINIMUM ORDER on products for local delivery.
PLEASE NOTE: We have a THREE YARD MINIMUM ORDER on products for local delivery. All customers must fill out the DELIVERY AGREEMENT FORM prior to any product deliveries.
- Perfect for walkways, patios and other areas
- Color can complement a wide range of home exteriors
- Resists cracking and discoloration, offering beauty that lasts
- Does not attract termites or ants in normal use
- Landscape beauty that lasts
PLEASE NOTE: We have a THREE YARD MINIMUM ORDER on products for local delivery.
We sell all of our online materials by the cubic yard. A cubic yard is equal to 27 cubic feet. You can use the online calculator to determine how many cubic yards of material are required. As a general guide, 1 cubic yard of aggregate, sand, or dirt is equivalent to 1.5 tons. Here is a comprehensive coverage guide.
What is a ‘cubic yard’ and how do I decide how many I need to order?
One cubic yard of landscaping material covers 100 square feet at three inches deep. To decide how many cubic yards of material to order, use the calculator provided on this site. You can also use a standard equation where you find the total square footage of the beds you want to cover. Then divide the square footage by 100 to get the number of cubic yards required.
We charge an additional $65.00 PER YARD to install this product. For instance, if you buy three yards of a product at $40 per yard, you will pay $120.00 for the product and $150.00 for us to spread it. This is for installation only and does not include any ground preparation. There is a three yard minimum for installation services. Installation costs cannot be refunded.