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Question DetailsAsked on 2/18/2017

cost of 10 cy of limerock in South Florida

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I would guess (not knowing exactly where you are) probably about $200-250 for the rock (assuming yard use size, not riprap size) - plus $50-150 trucking charge depending on distance from quarry. If in an area where there are severe restrictions on quarrying (like much of the Keys and Everglades areas) might be in the $150 or even much more range for the hauling.


Be sure to tell them exactly WHAT you want to use this for or a specific size range - because limerock could come from 1/2" minus to pieces as big as your car, and can include "cut" or "screened" products (where it is screened at a certain maximum size but then has a gradation from there down to dust), "double cut" products which have both a maximum and minimum size (like 1" or 2" to 6" cobbles for instance), and "washed" products like garden "river rock" which come in in a narrow size range (several available, depending on source) and are quite clean of fines. Also riprap (slope protection stone) which is very large pieces (generally 6-12" minimum size) on up to 10 feet or so - comes in several normal gradation ranges.


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