The right rocks give you the perfect option to create your walkway. When you need walkway rocks for your project, we provide plenty of great options. At 9 Brothers Building Supply, we offer a variety of walkway rocks to help you get the best look for your project.

Whether you’re looking to create the perfect residential walkway or you’re working on a commercial project, we offer just what you need. Our team will help you pick the right walkway rocks for your landscaping and hardscaping needs.

Bluestone Walkway Rocks

When you want a bluestone look for your walkway, we offer gravel and bluestone dust you can use. Our Bluestone gravel comes in two different sizes and we also offer Bluestone Screening/dust. We offer bulk Bluestone gravel you can use for many different reasons including for your walkway.

Pea Gravel

Another good option for your walkway rocks is pea gravel. It offers a beige color and a common choice for walkways. You can create the best pea gravel walkway with our bulk pea gravel, which comes in two different sizes. If you want a nice walkway, this type of walkway rock offers an excellent option.

Red Crushed Gravel

Another type of walkway rock we offer is red crushed gravel. This type of walkway rock provides a red look perfect for your walkway. There are plenty of reasons you can use this type of gravel for your specific project and it makes a very nice walkway.

When you’re looking for the right walkway rocks, you want to compare your options. We offer several choices you can use for your gravel walkway. We also carry many walkway pavers if you want a different look for your property’s walkway.

At 9 Brothers Building Supply, we provide two NYC area locations to serve you better. Our team is highly trained and can help you get the right walkway rocks for your specific needs. We offer bluestone, pea gravel, red crushed gravel, and many other options for your walkways.

Stop by one of our two locations in Long Island today and find out which type of walkway rocks work best for you. Our locations are found in Brentwood and Riverhead.