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FAQs

Can I call you to make an delivery order?
While we’re 100% available by phone or text, all of our ordering is done online. Don’t let that scare you though! If you need a hand by phone, just give us a ring and we can walk you through the ordering process.
Can I pick the exact time for my delivery?
You can! We build out our schedule time blocks starting in the AM and later delivery spots are automatically opened up from there, as additional online orders come in. If you have a special need or a very specific time that an order needs to be delivered, please contact us.
I have my own truck, can I come have you load it up for me?
Unfortunately no, we’re a delivery service only and don’t sell our materials any other way. If you don’t want to get your truck all muddy, or beat up, hop online and we’ll take care of the dirty work.
Can you spread the material as you dump?
If requested, we’re happy (& excited) to use our custom spreader gate to feather out your delivery, assuming the dump location allows. This process works really well for gravel driveways or parking pads. Let us know what you’d like and we’ll do our best to accommodate.
I’d like to get a 1/2 yard delivery, is that possible?
Yes, for many products we're now offering delivery in 1/2 yard increments. Additionally, many of our products are also available in packaging (as well as bulk). Please contact us to see if a lower (or higher) volume of you're looking for might be available.
Can you combine two different materials into one delivery?
Yes, in some cases we can mix & match materials into one delivery if our (Missoula-area only) split-load truck can support your combined product request. Please contact us if you'd like to discuss the details!
How much material is a (cubic) yard?
A cubic yard is 3 feet x 3 feet x 3 feet, so 27 cubic feet in total (3x3x3 = 27). Many of the plastic bags of soil that you can buy at home improvement stores are 1 cubic foot per bag, so you’d need 27 bags to get one cubic yard. If you were to use 5-gallon buckets, you’d need approximately 40 of them to get 1 cubic yard. Also, we offer a yardage calculator that might help you figure out how much material you need.