Top Soils, Mulches, Stones & Gravels

Powells is proud to be your headquarters for quality topsoil, mulches, stones and gravels.
We have the largest inventory of decorative stones in the area.
We invite both contractors and the general public to stop by and see all we have to offer.

LANDSCAPERS & HOME OWNERS
PICK UP ON LOT OR CALL TO SCHEDULE DELIVERY

Loading Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm April thru September
Saturday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm April thru September
Sunday Closed
Delivery available thru October

 

LOADING LOT IS SUBJECT TO CLOSING WITHOUT NOTICE IN BAD WEATHER

We Now Have Cherry Brown Mulch

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  • Shredded Top Soil
  • Special Blend Soil
    • 60% Topsoil, 20% Mushroom Compost,
      20% Manure Compost
  • Un-Shredded Topsoil
  • Spin-Off  (Good Fill)
  • Mushroom Compost
  • Manure Compost
  • Single Ground Bark Mulch
  • Deluxe Double Ground Bark Mulch
  • Premium Triple Ground Bark Mulch
  • Colored Mulches
    • Black & Red
  • Assorted Gravels
  • Decorative Stones, Assorted Sizes & Colors
121 Excavator on Topsoil Pile
Topsoil Machine with US Flag Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: How much product do I need?
A: Give us a call with your dimensions and we can help you figure it out.

 

Q: How much is a cubic yard?
A: One cubic yard is 27 cubic feet. This translates into a cube that is 3' by 3' by 3'. One cubic yard of mulch or topsoil when spread 3 inches thick will cover approx. 100 square feet (10' x 10').

 

Q: Do you accept credit cards?
A: Powell's Loading Lot is happy to accept Visa, Discover or MasterCard.

 

Q: I only need a little material, can I bring my own container?
A: We sell by the bucket, tote or barrel so come over and fill up!

 

Q: What is the difference between a ton and a cubic yard?
A: A ton is not the same as a cubic yard. Dense grade materials, like stone & mason sand are frequently sold by the ton, which is a measure of weight. We sell our materials by the cubic yard, which is a measure of volume (how much space it takes up). The difference between a cubic yard and a ton of material varies depending upon the weight of the material. A typical conversion for stone products is 1.35 tons per cubic yard. It is also important to consider water content when purchasing by the ton - the wetter the material the heavier it is.