A-1 Grass Sand & Stone

at 1320 14th St, Plano, 75074 United States

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A-1 Grass Sand & Stone
1320 14th St
Plano , TX 75074
United States
Contact Phone
P: (972) 423-8814


A-1 Grass has been family owned and operated since 1969. We have four locations to serve you offering wholesale and retail pricing, with delivery available throughout the Metroplex! We produce our own high quality sod and carry an extensive line of landscape, stone and rock. Please explore our website and learn about our products and services!

Opening time

  • Mondays: 08:00- 17:00
  • Tuesdays: 08:00- 17:00
  • Wednesdays: 08:00- 17:00
  • Thursdays: 08:00- 17:00
  • Fridays: 08:00- 17:00

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When you’ve taken on a landscaping project for a sprawling yard, you may find that your local home and garden store doesn’t have the quantities of sand you need to get the job done. Rest assured that we’re always here to help you get the landscaping supplies in the quantities your job requires.

Published on 2015-04-21 13:31:35 GMT

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Published on 2015-06-23 13:31:56 GMT

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Published on 2015-06-18 13:31:56 GMT

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Published on 2015-06-16 13:31:55 GMT

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Published on 2015-06-11 13:31:38 GMT

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Published on 2015-06-09 13:31:34 GMT

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Published on 2015-06-04 13:31:48 GMT

There are usually a couple different ways that you can get the sod to your lawn or landscaping. Small amounts can be picked up directly at the sod farm, but larger amounts will probably need to be delivered directly to your location.

Published on 2015-06-02 13:31:57 GMT

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Published on 2015-05-28 13:31:40 GMT

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Published on 2015-05-26 13:31:43 GMT

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Published on 2015-05-21 13:31:50 GMT

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Published on 2015-05-19 13:31:33 GMT

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Published on 2015-05-14 13:31:36 GMT

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Published on 2015-05-12 13:31:38 GMT

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Published on 2015-05-07 13:31:49 GMT

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Published on 2015-05-05 13:31:35 GMT

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Published on 2015-04-30 13:31:41 GMT

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Published on 2015-04-28 13:31:32 GMT

If you've experienced sticker shock when exploring conventional patio options, consider adding a gravel patio instead. Gravel is a budget friendly choice that will look good and perform well over time. It's also easy to install.

Published on 2015-04-23 13:31:33 GMT

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Published on 2015-04-16 13:31:44 GMT

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Published on 2015-04-14 13:31:29 GMT

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