Aggregates Near Me
Delivering to Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey
Aggregates for home and trade building. We specially source quality aggregates and keep our prices keen. Aggregates are available in bulk bags or loose loads, tipped or grabbed off the lorry - in quantities of 1 tonne up to 20 tonne per lorry.
A gritty, coarse sand with larger particles than other construction sands, ideal for concrete, laying under artificial grass. Also can be added to potting soil mixes to loosen clay soils and improve drainage.
A general purpose sand used mostly for bricklaying and rendered plastering. Can be identified by the even and small grittiness of aggregate in the clay mix.
Ballast is a mixture of sharp sand and small stones or gravel, used to make concrete for a variety of landscaping uses – from path edgings and shed bases to kerbs and securing fence posts.
40mm down, ideal as a sub-base for pathways, patios, garden sheds etc.
Provides a stable sub-base for road surfaces and pathways. Typical use is a finished surface prior to a top coating of asphalt, concrete, shingle and block paving.
10mm and 20mm shingle (as pictured). 10mm is primarily used as a decorative product and for drainage purposes. 20mm is recommended for driveways as it is easier to spread over a large area.
Made up of crushed hardcore materials including crushed concrete. 6F5 are a recycled aggregate made from crushed hardcore and is built up of 75mm down to dust. Generally used for temporary roads, oversite fills etc.
Track ballast forms the track-bed upon which railroad ties (sleepers) are laid. It is packed between, below, and around the ties. It is used to bear the load from the railroad ties, to facilitate drainage of water, and also to keep down vegetation that might interfere with the track structure.
Plainings make an ideal road surface for car parks, haul roads, site roads and farm tracks, and can be used as a sub-base for laying paths, driveways and patios.