DELIVERY TRUCK SIZES
(21 TONNE MAX)
TANDEM TRUCK (15 TONNE MAX)
SINGLE AXLE DUMP TRUCK (5 TONNE MAX)
DELIVERY DETAILS TO BE NOTED
Mulch, topsoil, gravel and other bulk materials are transported by dump truck
We can dump the material in any safe and accessible place on the job site
We recommend only transporting one material per truck
The trucks need a minimum of 10 feet of width to pass through gates
Off-driveway deliveries not guaranteed: driver’s sole discretion
Minimum delivery order for construction gravel is 1 ton
Minimum delivery order for soil & mulch is 1 ton
Minimum delivery order for decorative gravel is 1 ton
We do not deliver mixed-loads or split-loads
1) All prices are quoted in metric tonnes unless otherwise stated.
2) Trucking prices are on a per hour basis.
3) All prices shown Exclude but are Subject to HST.
4) This Quotation is open for acceptance for 30 days from the date of this quotation. This quotation is for the sole purpose of pricing and does not form a binding agreement.
5) Payment terms are Net 30. Interest will be charged on accounts overdue at a rate of 2% per month, 24% per annum.
6) All testing of aggregates for compliance with specifications shall be based upon Charles Morden Construction's test results at the pit location. If additional testing is required please.
7) Purchaser agrees to idemnify and hold Charles Morden Construction Inc. harmless against all liability, loss and expenses while on the property.
8) All prices are subject to change without written notice.
HOW TO PURCHASE MATERIAL BY THE TONNE
Various types of materials used in landscaping, construction, and more can be measured in tonnes. Examples include topsoil, pea gravel, fill dirt, and mulch. When in doubt, you can use a the material calculator below. There’s also an easy formula you can use to quickly calculate tonnes:
First, measure the length and width of the area where the material will be placed in feet.
Then, measure the depth of the material required in feet.
Multiply all three dimensions to get the volume required in cubic feet.
Divide the value from #3 by 27 to convert the value to cubic yards
Finally, multiply the value in cubic yards from #4 by 1.3 to get the number of tonnes you need.