DURHAM TOPSOIL &
GARDEN SUPPLIES

Business 905-427-0403

2017 PRODUCTS & PICK UP PRICE LIST

  • MINIMUM PICK UP IN BULK IS ONE CUBIC YARD

 

SOIL & MULCHES – per cubic yard NET HST TOTAL
TRIPLE MIX 27.00 3.51 30.51
SCREENED TOPSOIL – “SALE” 9.25 1.20 10.45
TOP DRESSING 33.00 4.29 37.29
MANURE 27.00 3.51 30.51
FOREST MULCH (pine) 41.00 5.33 46.33
DYED RED WOOD CHIPS 46.00 5.98 51.98
DYED BLACK WOOD CHIPS 46.00 5.98 51.98
ORGANIC COMPOST 46.00 5.98 51.98
PEAT LOAM 46.00 5.98 51.98
NATURAL WOOD CHIPS 20.00 2.60 22.60
 

AGGREGATES – per cubic yard

   
GRANULAR ‘A’ 35.00 4.55 39.55
SAND 31.00 4.03 35.03
LIMESTONE SCREENINGS 33.00 4.29 37.29
3/8″ PEA STONE 55.00 7.15 62.15
1″- 2″ NATURAL (DRAIN STONE) 55.00 7.15 62.15
3″- 6″ NATURAL STONE 55.00 7.15 62.15
3/4″ CLEAR LIMESTONE 44.00 5.72 49.72
3/4″ CRUSHED LIMESTONE 36.00 4.68 40.68
1″ – 2″ GRANITE RIVERSTONE 108.00 14.04 122.04
4″ GRANITE RIVERSTONE 108.00 14.04 122.04
 

PRODUCT SOLD BY THE BAG
Bags supplied by DT, the bags are approx. 2 cubic feet, the customer fills the bag

   
Choice of the following:
Triple mix, manure, organic compost, mushroom compost, peat loam, natural wood chips
2.43 0.32 2.75
Choice of the following:
Forest mulch, dyed black or red wood chips and
most aggregates
3.50 0.45 3.95
GRANITE RIVERSTONE: 40lbs. pre-bagged 4.50 .59 5.09
 

GRASS SEED – #1 CERTIFIED GRASS SEED

   
SUPER GROW MIXTURE 7.77/kg + tax 25 kg bag $190.00 +taxes
SUN & SHADE MIX 9.76/kg + tax 25 kg bag $238.00 +taxes
OVERSEEDING MIX 8.61/kg + tax 25 kg bag $210.00 +taxes
WATER SAVER (NEVADA) 8.69/kg + tax 25 kg bag $212.00 +taxes
TROPHY TURF SHADE MIXTURE 15.00/bag 1.5 KG  
WHITE CLOVER 18.50/bag 1.0 KG  
 
Cubic Yard Calculations: Multiply length (in feet) by width (in feet) by the depth of material (INCHES) you need; then divide the total by 324 to determine the number of cubic yards. For example if you want a six inch layer of topsoil on 22 X 5 foot area, you’ll need 2 cubic yards (22 X 5 X 6 = 660, divided by 324 = 2). Allow 15% extra when compacting material. Calculate each area separately, then add cubic yards together.