- 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 Warrenville, consider GL Williams & Daughter Trucking Inc. Call us today at (803) 663-3715 to discuss how we can help you complete your next project.
Warrenville, SC, is located in the western portion of South Carolina and is part of Aiken County. Warrenville is a census-designated place with a population of just more than 1,200 in 2010, but it is considered part of the greater Central Savannah River Area (CSRA). In 2008, there were discussions regarding incorporating Graniteville, Warrenville, and Vancluse, SC, but when put to a vote, the referendum was defeated, and each remains an independent CDP. While residents of Warrenville may work locally, it is common to commute regionally to one of the area’s larger cities, including Aiken or Columbia, SC, or Augusta, GA. It is approximately a 10-minute drive from Warrenville to Aiken. It is approximately a 25-minute drive for Warrenville to Augusta, GA, and it is approximately a one-hour drive from Warrenville to Columbia, SC.
Like the rest of the CSRA, Warrenville residents experience all four seasons, but the summers are hot and humid and summer temperatures typically last well into the fall season. Winters include periods of cold days, but they are often intermingled with days of warmer weather. Warrenville Elementary School is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places, a recognition it initially received in 2002.