Frequently Asked Questions
KK Ranch Stone & Gravel delivers aggregate material to residences, businesses, and construction sites in Johnson County, Texas and surrounding counties.
Yes, you can pick up your material during our normal business hours. We will load your truck or trailer for you.
Yes, you can place your order over the phone. Our usual method of payment is COD so you can phone your order in and pay the driver upon delivery.
We request at least one day's lead time for deliveries. If we happen to have time to deliver the same day you order, we'll let you know! Same Day and Next Day delivery service is possible with most products during much of the year.
Our drivers will do their best to spread your delivery, given the limitations they encounter at your location. Factors such as overhead power lines, tree branches, curbs, sidewalks, and ground level must be considered. It is at the delivery driver's discretion to assess the safety of the requested dump site.
Delivery price includes unloading in driveway or curbside dump only. Safety issues and insurance forbid us.
Yes, we can unload curbside and driveway only. Please leave an obvious landmark (tarp, stake, spray paint, bucket). Providing a sketch of the unload site is helpful. Your order must be prepaid and signed authorizing us to unload at your site. This gives us your permission to enter your driveway and you assume all responsibility within the curb line. We will need a contact phone number to confirm delivery and possibly confer with you from your site before unloading.
For loads up to 8 tons a 10x12 foot tarp will work, larger loads and semi-loads a 10x16 tarp is best.
Yes, we can. We can also simply dump on the apron of the drive if you prefer. Generally speaking, we pull on thousands of driveways per year with no complications. Rarely, a driveway has cracked.
Our trucks weigh at least 19,000 pounds empty. Depending on what you are ordering, a fully loaded truck could weigh over 47,000 pounds.
The construction of your drive is the main factor in determining if it can hold that kind of weight. We cannot be responsible for any driveway damage due to delivering material as instructed by you.
One ton of sand or gravel (1-1/4 inch or smaller) will cover an area of 100 square feet at a depth of two inches. Coverage decreases as the size of the aggregate increases. Use our Material Calculator to help you better determine the amount of material your project needs delivered.
We deal only with 2 yards bags at a cost of $13.00 plus material
The average Tandem Dump Truck is 10 foot wide, so this is the minimum width we can pass through. We cannot dump over a fence, as it will do severe damage.
KK Ranch Stone & Gravel determines the cost of boulders by weight. Each delivery is accompanied by a delivery ticket and a scale ticket with a weight at time of delivery.
A yard is a cubic measurement of 27 cubic feet. A 3 x 3 x 3 cube is equivalent to 27 cubic feet and is the volume of a cubic yard.
A ton weighs 2000 pounds. The material will be loaded on a truck and weighed.