FAQs

Why choose Elmore Quality River Gravels?

Elmore is Alabama’s premier supplier of quality river gravel and has an excellent track record and reputation. We maintain a large inventory so your products are always available. We also uphold an exceptional quality control program to ensure consistency in all stages of production and we pride ourselves in our commitment to you our customer and your satisfaction.

What products do you carry?

We carry sand and river gravel in a variety of colors and sizes.

What are your normal loading hours?

Monday through Friday from 4 AM until 6PM.

When I ask for white or brown gravel will all the rocks be the same color?

No. Brown gravel means the predominant color is brown but may contain some white or gray stones. The same is true with white gravel. The predominant color is white but may contain some gray and brown stones. Since this is a natural product sometimes our white gravel will have a tan to beige tint and our brown gravel could be a buff to dark tan color.

How do I place an order?

If you are paying cash, by credit card, or check, please submit an order by phone or email, before pickup.   This will ensure your product is available when you arrive. If you already have an account with us you can place your order by email or call us at 334-285-1805.  To place an order by email please email us at: purchaseorders@elmoresand.com

Do you deliver?

We do not deliver but we can refer you to some companies who normally haul to your area. All prices are FOB Elmore and do not include any applicable tax. We can also have your products placed on railcars.

How quickly will my product be shipped?

Railcar orders usually ship within one week from the date the order was placed. If you are requiring delivery by truck we have a large inventory that allows you to come and get your product when you need it.

How many cubic yards in 1 ton of gravel?

Since our gravel weighs approximately 100 lbs per cubic foot the calculation is 2000/100 = 20 cubic feet per ton. There are 27 cubic feet in 1 cubic yard so 20/27 = 0.74 cubic yards per ton. If you divide the inverse, 27/20, you get approximately 1.35 tons per cubic yard. (Use our Gravel / Sand Calculator in the upper right side of the page to calculate the amount of material you need).