Aggregate rocks have a wide variety of uses, especially in landscaping. If you are considering using an aggregate supply company's products and services to help beautify your yard, there are certainly plenty of options. Some of the options listed below will help you get started.
Dyed Aggregate Rock
You could use aggregate rocks "au naturel," but it is more fun and interesting to order the rocks dyed a certain color. Porous rock is used in the dye saturation process so that the dye does not wash away during the first couple of rainstorms.
If you are in need of a driveway, choosing to install a gravel one may be the way to go. They are inexpensive, easy to maintain, and simple to install. In fact, if you have some construction ability, you should be able to build the driveway yourself.
You will need to rent some construction equipment, including a small bulldozer or a skid-steer loader with a scraper blade. If you will be hauling your own gravel, you will also need to rent a dump truck.