The material makes paving with bricks, concrete, flagstone, and pavers a doable job for the everyday homeowner
Due to the nature of natural products, physical properties will vary (size, color, etc).
|Bag Size||1/2 Cubic Foot|
|Bags Per Pallet||60|
Paver base, technically called Crushed Coquina, is a popular material used for paving walkways and pavers. Paver base is made of soft, cemented material and is crushed down to 3/8” of an inch in size. The chemical composition of Coquina is limestone and is found in shell, as a glued material that holds together the shell fragments making the fragments and components of these shells a helpful tool for replacing gravel as well.
Paver base is used in the “Flexible Base Paving System” which does not involve mortar. Mortar is a mixture of sand, cement, and limestone commonly used for paving purposes around the world. However, mortar-less paving has developed into a popular method for the creation walkways and pavers in recent years. The material makes paving with bricks, concrete, flagstone, and pavers a doable job for the everyday homeowner. Paver base is also known for its attractive, finished appearance and helps to keep your paving job in pristine shape long after completion. There is no secret to why Crushed Coquina is becoming one of the most acceptable and highly sought-after choices for people looking to the job right.
A layer of Crushed Coquina between three to five inches is prescribed to best appreciate the functional advantages of Crushed Coquina. Proper application can help avoid the development of undesirable weeds by starving recently sprouted seeds all while keeping your stones or paver in place through heavy rains and wind.
Currently, we have crushed coquina for sale by the bag. Each bag is .5 cubic feet in size and weighs roughly 60 pounds. Each pallet of our bagged crushed coquina contains 63 bags. With stores located throughout Central and South Florida we are bound to have crushed coquina near you. Stop by today and browse our landscape supply products to see if crushed coquina is the right material for you.