20mm Welsh Blue/Plum Slate Chippings
Our 20mm Welsh Blue/Plum Slate Chippings are a natural product sourced direct from the quarry. Being a natural product there are colour variations which include shades of both blue and plumb throughout.
Slate chippings are an ideal product for paths, driveways, ground cover and borders.
Please rinse any dust off the slate to enjoy it's natural varied colours.
SPECIAL OFFER ON BULK BAGS
Normal Price: £74.00
Offer Price: £65.00
Bulk Bags (approx. 850Kg)
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Membranes for Landscaping
We have a choice of membranes depending upon your application and area to be covered.
Heavy Duty Woven Landscaping Membrane
A tightly loom woven 100% polypropylene membrane allowing minimum fraying when cut. Tapes are heat setted giving maximum strength. The strongest of all the various types of Geotextiles on a weight for weight basis. Ideal for trafficked areas, road construction, stabilisation and separation.
- Decorative aggregates will not be lost into sub base or substrate
- Prevents rutting and subsidence in a Block Paviour Drive
- Under decking will save the cost of mulching
- The strongest type of geotextile on a weight for weight basis.
- Aggregate Drives
- Scree Areas Commercial
- Car Parks & Roads
- Block Paviour Drives
- Horse manèges - Under type 1
- Under Domestic Patios
- Under Ground Grid
- Under cellular confinement
- Not designed to be used as a weed control membrane
Groundcheck Extra 2m x 25m
Price / Each £
Groundcheck Extra 2m x 50m
Price / Each £
If you require any help, advice or to place an order, please phone our friendly knowledgable team on 0161 736 2020.
If you prefer to place your order by phone, have any queries, require any advice or special requirements then please call our friendly knowledgable team on 0161 736 2020.
Delivery Schedule & Pricing
We deliver in and around Manchester on our own transport. If you require delivery to another area, please contact our team for a quotation on:
0161 736 2020.
For details of our delivery schedules and charges in the Manchester area, please click this link.