L.R. Nadeau Excavation Carries Various Types of Quality Materials

L.R. Nadeau Excavation has all kinds of sand, loam and gravel at our location at 100 Cottle Road in Manchester, Maine. We will deliver the materials to you anywhere in our service area in Kennebec County with our dump trucks. You can also pick up the materials to use at home. Our pit materials prices are fair and affordable because we know that you do not want to spend an arm and a leg on the materials. Of course, our pit materials can be used in our excavation projects. So, give us a call at (207) 485-6176 if you have a question or want to order something.

Sand, Loam and Gravel Can be Used for These Projects:

  • Excavation
  • Landscaping
  • New Construction
  • Grading
  • Ponds
  • Driveways
  • Roads
  • Gardening
  • Farming
  • Foundation for Play Area
Gravel Driveway
Gravel by pathways

Gravel Has a Number of Uses in Projects

Gravel, which is made up of rock fragments, has a number of uses in both residential and commercial projects. Rural roads in Kennebec County are sometimes topped off with gravel rather than concrete. Gravel can also be used on driveways, new construction, landscaping, and excavating – just to name a few applications. L.R. Nadeau Excavation, Inc. can deliver gravel to your location for an affordable price.

Shoveling sand

Sand – Not Just for Beaches

You might think of it just as something you walk on while at the beach, but there are a variety of uses for sand. It can be used in agriculture, concrete, landscaping, paint, sandblasting, recreational activities, and may other practices. Some sands are only useful for making concrete. If you have a particular sand in mind, like screened, bank run, or fill, ask our friendly representatives at L.R. Nadeau Excavating, Inc. about it.

Using Loam for Gardening and Farming

If you have never heard of loam, it is a soil made up mostly of sand and a smaller amount of clay. There are different types of loam, including clay, sandy loam, sandy clay loam, silty clay loam and loam. Some loams drain moisture better than others. Two of the more prevalent uses for loam are gardening and farming because of the nutrient retention and water retention. If you have any questions about the material, contact us, and we will be happy to provide you with information.

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