6F5 Crushed Concrete
Recycled aggregate which is suitable as a capping layer for larger road and highway construction, civil engineering, driveways, landscaping, pathways and as a general fill material.
Type 1 Crushed Concrete
Recycled aggregate which is suitable as a sub base for larger road construction and civil engineering purposes and as a general fill material.
4/10 MM Shingle
This smaller sized shingle can be used for hard landscaping, surfacing, drainage and as a decorative shingle. We do not necessarily recommend 10mm shingle for driveways as the individual stones can get caught in the vehicle tyres, for this reason we recommend 20mm shingle for this purpose.
This is one of the most common products used today throughout the construction industry and it has a wide range of uses from traditional screeding, bedding for paving, joint fill between paving or even external rendering. We are delighted to say that our sharp sand is perfect for use with traditional screed.
0/20 MM Ballast
Consists of 20mm Ballast is made up of a mixture of Sharp Sand and 20mm Shingle. When the two primary ingredients above are blended together they make the perfect aggregate for mixing concrete. One of the most common aggregates used within construction today.
Type 1 Limestone
Consists of 40mm stone and dust. It is suitable for larger construction and civil engineering purposes, including road and highway construction, pathways, driveways and landscaping.
Reused concrete is very durable and safe to use, not only for building purposes, but also as a base beneath driveways and patios.
Reject sand, otherwise known as fill sand or dug sand is a clay-based sand that has a minimal aggregate content. Similar to sharp sand, it is a highly cost-effective aggregate used commonly in the utility industry. Reject sand is ideally used for overage of pipes, electrical cables or other potential hazards associated with incoming services.
Topsoil is the uppermost layer of soil, which is high in nutrients and organic matter. It can be used for making new beds, borders, raised beds or as a base for lawns, where the natural soil is poor or non-existent.