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. Our Deco Gold is made from Rhyolite to mimic decomposed Granite as granite is not naturally Gold in colour.
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.
Crusher Dust also known as Recycled Fill Sand or cracker dust is a recycled product comprised of crushed bricks, tiles, concrete etc. It is suitable for use as a base for concrete, paving and paths as it compacts down solid. It is also useful for filling in trenches around pipes but is too course to fill around electrical conduit.
Commonly called Blue Metal Dust, our Metal Dust is made from Rhyolite rather than Basalt hence the different colour. Unlike other Dusts ours is actually a Manufactured sand which is made to a higher Specification that most metal Dusts and as such can be used in concrete mixes as well.
This is a quarried road base, typically blue to black in colour, ours is a yellow colour and sized at 14 mm minus (meaning it includes material graded from 14 mm down to dust.) It comprises a mix of crushed rock particles and gravel.
Meets RMS 3051 & Blacktown specification. Used for roads, car parks, driveways, hardstand areas, and private roads. Recycled Road Base comes from crushed concrete and brick materials that once would have ended up in landfill, but are now being economically repurposed for construction.