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What is New England River Rock™?

You may be asking yourself what exactly New England River Rock™ is, and we are here to provide you all the information about our best selling stone. Below you can find our most frequently asked questions about our stone.


Is this stone similar to "Delaware River Jacks"?


This stone can be most compared to the Delaware River Jacks, however it is a lot more unique. Our stone has more colors and is more vibrant than the original Delaware stone. Our stone is also more rounded than the traditional stone, making it better for drainage.


What color is this stone?


Our stone is extremely unique. This stone offers tones of grays, purples, and blacks. These colors are almost never found in the Delaware blend. See the photo below to see all the beautiful colors both dry and wet.


What sizes do you offer?


We offer our New England River Rock™ in 6 different sizes to ensure you have a stone for every project.





5/16"


This is our smallest size we carry in our New England River Rock™. This is also known as pea stone. This size is great for walkways and playgrounds.










3/8"


This is another popular pea stone size. This is used for playgrounds, pathways, walkways and more.











3/4"


3/4" stone is extremely popular for driveways, flowerbeds, and walkways.












1-2"


This is our most popular size in the Northeast. This stone can be used on a variety of projects. Use this size around gardens, flowerbeds, medians and more!










2-4"


This is the best selling size in the Carolinas! Use the 2-4" in flower beds, islands and other landscape features.










4-8"


Use our 4-8" size on hillsides, water features, ponds and river diversion projects where round riprap is required.








If you are interested in learning more about our New England River Rock™ contact the experts at DeFeo Materials today!


If you are a homeowner interested in our products contact our team and we can direct you to the closest landscape supply yard that carries our New England River Rock™.

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