Sand, Gravel and Soil Supplier in Aiken, SC

  • Serving the CSRA for more than 50 years
  • Offering a comprehensive selection of aggregate products and heavy equipment services to both contractors and homeowners
  • Proud to be a woman-owned small business

GL Williams & Daughter Trucking Inc is full-service trucking company. We offer a variety of aggregates, including sand, soil, gravel, mulch, and locally-produced compost. You can pick up or we can deliver the specific sand, soil, or gravel needed to address your needs. Along with trucking and hauling, we maintain a heavy equipment fleet to provide demolition and debris removal, driveway repair, grading and land clearing, property maintenance, and mining and landfill services. If you are looking for the best sand, gravel and soil supplier in Aiken, consider GL Williams & Daughter Trucking Inc. Call us today at (803) 663-3715 to discuss how we can help you complete your next project.

 

 

 

Aiken, SC, is located in the western portion of South Carolina and is considered one of the anchor cities of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA). The city was founded in 1835, named after William Aiken, who founded the South Carolina Canal and Railroad Company. Though the city of Aiken was founded after William Aiken’s death in 1831 (he resided in Charleston, SC, from his immigration from Ireland until his death), the city was a popular place for wealthy northerners to spend the winter in the late 19th century. This point in Aiken’s cultural history is often referred to as the “Winter Colony”. Visitors brought their horses, and Aiken quickly became an equestrian sports haven, something the city is still known for to this day. In Many of the exceptional historic homes in the Aiken area can be attributed to the wealth brought into Aiken by these winter residents. In 1930, the Aiken Steeplechase Association was founded by three horsemen – including the famous Thomas Hitchcock. This association is still active today, hosting two events each year, in the spring and in the fall. Beyond horses, Aiken is also known regionally for its golf courses and its arts and food culture and is recognized by name as a great location to retire, due to the low taxes and reasonable cost of living. Many local businesses serving the greater CSRA are located in Aiken.