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Hi I'm Amanda, we wanted to change our yard because we couldn't maintain the grass and the kids needed an area to play.

It was very important for us to find a purchase rock at an affordable price. I looked up online where we could buy bulk rocks from, and I ordered it through the gravel shop: We were really impressed with the materials they had on the website. They have a lot of cool and exotic stuff that we didn't even know that they had.

We looked at all the materials and decided to go with the pea gravel.

All the trees was a big mess so it's a lot easier for cleanup, and also we levelled the yard out to put the pool.

It was a factor for us that the materials are sourced locally because we like to support local business. The website was very easy to use; I was a little confused with ordering how much we needed because we had such a big space; to measure the area that we needed, my husband used the tools on the website.

The order was much easier online as opposed to having to go into somewhere and order it. I didn't even have to leave my house (chuckle).

The customer care team emailed me right back with my confirmation after I ordered it, and it was very important with the delivery options, because I have small children in schools and my husband works. They said it would be here Tuesday, between 3 and 5, and it was here Tuesday at 3.

When they came they asked me if there was anything else they could do to help me or if I needed anything, you know, I could just get in contact with them.

The gravel has made our house so much more home-y, because spend a lot of time in our yard and we have a lot of family events.

I would definitely recommend to all my friends and family. I'm actually looking on their website to order more now. We're building a pond and we're gonna order some of the boulder rocks from that. Gravelshop made the process very easy. Overall the experience has been great. | Construction Material and Landscape Supply in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Probably the largest network of independent Haulers.