When Is Gravel The Best Option?
Gravel is very low Maintenance. A great option if water drainage is a priority water can pool on other surfaces, whereas gravel will not be able to retain water, leaving your space puddle free.
Gravel’s size and shape make it suitable for long-term use, and it won’t be affected by weather such as rain or snow. For a cost effective and great finish to your natural stone driveway, we implement the use of Nidagravel grids.
Nidagravel Grids help the aggregate hold in place. Have you ever walked on the beech and your feet sink into the shingle? Well this product prevents that. giving a strong (approx: 400 tonn psm) driveway that will stand the test of time. With many different types of aggregate to choose from, you will defiantly find the right aggregate finish for you.
Rocks To Riches!
You can’t beat the crunch of gravel underfoot, and the sound it makes as you drive onto it. Gravel has been used for centuries and is hugely popular in countryside settings, however we see this method being used more and more in towns all around the south west. If you are looking for that rural look then Gravel is the best option for you!
Most frequent questions and answers
Not at all! We have a huge range of various blocks, bricks and styles for you to choose from.
This is a difficult one to answer. As every job is as unique as the last however, we undertake every job with the aim to finish as soon as possible without sacrificing any of our trademark quality.
Never! We believe that any business asking for the whole amount payable up-front should be steered away from! We do ask for a deposit, however this is to ensure we have adequate recourses to enable us to start the work
This can also depend on the size of the work that needs to be undertaken. We have projects on-going throughout the region and for quality control purposes we always ensure that we have a minimum of 2 people on one project at a time.
Absolutely! We take just as much pride in our smaller work as we do in our biggest projects! No job is too small