I sell all kinds of different flagstone, in 1", 1.5", and 2" thicknesses; mainly for use on patios, walkways, so on and so forth. I have it in different earthtone colors, i.e brown, tan, blonde-sandy tan, chocolatey browns, some mixed with orange tones. I also have a pink/red colored flagstone from Colorado, and a blue/grey flagstone from the Oklahoma/Arkansas line. They vary in price from $175 per ton all the way up to $275 per ton. Anything 2" thick will cover roughly 80 square feet per ton, the 1.5" will cover roughly 100-110 square feet per ton, and the 1" will cover roughly 120-130 square feet per ton.what else do you sell??
i have a few people wanting me to do small retaining walls and i would love to pass on the cheaper prices!
thats cool i gots me some :sombrero: and truck/trailer :firedevil:903-868-3515
I'm Matt, I answer 9 out of ten phone calls this place gets. We don't do a whole lot of business down in that area, but if we could, that would be awesome.
You may have to set up an account, I'd have to talk to the big boss about it.
Word of warning though; Delivery down around the Grand Prairie area is going to high as shit.
Matt, I'm just bringing this back to the top. I just got a truck again and have been looking to do some yard work. I will give you a call soon if the price for the Milsap is still 205 a ton.
Dude, 8 days later, I just saw this. Hit me up, and tell me who you are if ya call, ask for Matt.Matt, I'm just bringing this back to the top. I just got a truck again and have been looking to do some yard work. I will give you a call soon if the price for the Milsap is still 205 a ton.
Glad you're happy with it! If you need any more, remember we've got plenty of it. It was good meeting you as well.Thanks Matt! The rock looks great and really did a lot for the look of my house. It was great meeting you and getting the hook up. I think my sister and BnL will be paying you a visit some time soon for some flagstone.