Deco Granite Brown Gravel is a great solution for your paths and driveways and entertainment areas. It is practical for both private and commercial applications and can be cheaper than concrete if you’re laying a big area. This attractive reddish brown aggregate as its name suggests, is natural decomposition of granite rock into gravel form. Please be aware that this product needs to ordered in advance
Deco Gold Gravel is a great solution for your paths, driveways and entertainment areas. It is practical for both private and commercial applications and can be cheaper than concrete if you’re laying a big area. Gold is the common colour and can be observed in many nature reserves where it is often used to create attractive and natural looking walk and drive passages through bush landscapes. Please note that this product needs to be ordered in advance.
This Decomposed Granite has a pinkish/brown colour that creates a softer look than the Gold Decomposed Granite. It is a great solution for your paths, driveways and entertainment areas. Practical for both private and commercial applications, it can be cheaper than concrete if you’re laying a big area. One of the best things about Deco Granite is that it’s a naturally porous product, if laid correctly, water simply drains off the surface.
This is a quarried road base, typically blue to black in colour, and sized at 20 mm minus (meaning it includes material graded from 20 mm down to dust.) It comprises a mix of crushed rock particles and gravel.
As Road Base compacts well, it serves as a good bed below sand for paving and under decorative pebbles or decomposed granites. Generally, road base can be used anywhere you need a solid base before construction, especially for driveways or paths as well other uses
Compared with that of a aggregate or gravel the road base price is more economical when buying in larger quantities.
One form of road base for sale is Recycled, which is made from reclaimed road material, often called ‘Rotor Mill.’ It is a mix of asphalt from roads and the road base material underneath, and has been screened to ’14 mm minus’ (i.e. contains particles ranging in size from 14 mm down to dust). Recycling asphalt provides a good cheap option as a robust material suitable for rural or temporary driveways.