River Sand, Inc. offers turn-key dredging services, beginning with a consultation to determine if your dredging project is feasible and an estimate for the anticipated cost.
River Sand, Inc. offers turn-key dredging services.
Clients often approach us first to determine if a dredging project is feasible and provide an anticipated cost structure for dredging.
We are happy to take a project from start to finish, bid a dredging project to only perform the work, sub-contract a portion of the work, perform a survey, obtain permits, or whatever portion a client may need.
River Sand Inc. has been committed to providing bulk sand, soil, and gravel to North Georgia and the Greater Atlanta area since 1994. Our clients include contractors, landscapers, ready-mix concrete suppliers, equestrian arenas, sport fields, golf courses and homeowners.
We are North Georgia’s largest supplier of natural river sand and topsoil. Founded by River Sand Inc.’s President, Charles Parker, we remain a local, small business that thrives on our passion for making great sand and soil products and delivering those materials with the best service possible to the folks that turn to us.
If you need a lot of sand for a project (more than a ton), it is best to have it delivered on a dump truck. The sand can be dumped on the ground or a small area and will not wash away in the rain. You can save money buying it in bulk.
Masonry sand can be used to level and topdress your grass or lawn. However, Topdressing Sand is specifically designed for this purpose. The difference is that topdressing contains more medium sized particles ideal for relieving compaction of clay soils, reducing thatch, and leveling without the sand shifting. It is also easy to apply and to incorporate into the rootzone. Overall, your turf will benefit more from topdressing sand than masonry sand for about the same cost.
River Sand can be used for constructing beaches. However, it typically contains coarser particles than the soft sand you think of on the beach which is good when waves may erode the beach. We have many other products that look and feel more like the sand you think about as beach sand, similar to that on the shores of Florida. Real beach sand is a very fine silica, or quartz, sand. Beach sand can be from any source such as nearby volcanic rock, shells, or limestone.