DELIVERIES AND SERVICES
To place an orders please contact your nearest store, or come into any one of our show rooms and our customer service staff will be happy to answer any questions you might have. Store contact information
Aggregate orders that are being delivered in loose, bulk form will come in either a single axle or tandem axle gravel truck. Single axles can haul up to six yards (provided there are no road bans en route to your site) of gravel, rock, mulch, loam, or any loose product that is classified in the aggregate category. Tandem axles are able to haul twelve cubic yards of product to any location (again complying with road bans).
Our Flat Deck Truck will deliver palletized orders (such as flagstone, retaining wall blocks and concrete pavers) or large concrete products (such as benches, parking curbs, planters and garbage cans). Some trucks are equipped with a crane and some have moffett depends on the conditions of the delivery location, and product.
The Grappler Truck is used for our boulder deliveries and placement jobs (where available). As with the picker truck the reach of the grappler depends on the delivery location and the overall weight of the boulder however, with a lighter boulder and ideal delivery conditions the reach can extend to twelve to fifteen feet.
Big Bag Service is provided by our flat deck trucks and is used to supply bagged aggregate products. BURNCO will load a one yard bag with as much aggregate as it can hold (although it is a one yard in volume, the weight of certain rock products exceeds the bags limitations). This delivery is ideal when for a consumer that needs a small amount of rock to be contained on site.
Direct Deliveries are available for special orders and bulk orders of some products. In some cases, it is much more economical for BURNCO to arrange for products such as loam, commercial aggregates, and some concrete products to be shipped directly to the delivery location.
**All deliveries are considered to be a curb side drop within the reach of the truck. Our trucks cannot drive on concrete driveways, lawns or empty lots as they are too heavy and can cause damage to the property as well as the truck.