Cotswold Chippings 20mm
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Gravel is one of the most popular aggregates because of its versatility and simplicity.
When selecting the right gravel for your garden, there are a number of factors to consider, including size, shape and colour. Gardenhub has a wide selection of gravel types, ranging from 6-20mm, and coming in various colours and styles; such as standard gravel, chippings, pebbles, and grit. However, with so many varieties of gravel – each with a different purpose – it's important you weigh up your options.
If you're looking to create a path or driveway, then it's essential to select a more consistent, angular gravel in a medium-size which doesn't displace easily. It is particularly advisable that these gravels are bigger than 14mm for driveways so they do not get stuck in tyre treads. whereas when edging a garden or pond you should select pre-washed stones or avoid those with high lime content to avoid affecting the natural pH of water.
For more practical uses such as drainage and weed control, you can use many types and styles of decorative gravel, but always make sure you lay a landscaping membrane down to help the process and suppress weeds effectively.
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Are the decorative gravel products tumbled or have sharp edges?
All our Gravel has sharp edges, giving them natural appeal
Do your decorative gravel products fade in colour over time?
As they are a natural product, our gravel does fade over time.
Are your decorative gravel products safe for pet or play areas?
Yes, our gravel can be a suitable option for pet and play areas when certain considerations are taken into account. Here’s why our gravel can be safe for such areas:
It’s important to note that while gravel can be safe, it may not be suitable for all pets or play activities. For example, some dogs may tend to chew on or swallow small stones, which can pose a health risk. Additionally, gravel may not provide sufficient cushioning for high-impact activities or sports.
Consider the specific needs of your pet or the type of play activities that will take place in the area when deciding if gravel is the best option. Consulting with professionals or pet experts can provide additional guidance tailored to your specific situation.
Are your decorative gravel products treated to resist algae and mould growth?
No, our products are all-natural and untreated.
What type of projects are your gravel products suitable for?
Gravel products are versatile and can be used in a wide range of projects due to their durability, functionality, and aesthetic appeal. Here are some common projects where gravel products are suitable:
These are just a few examples of the projects where gravel products are commonly used. Gravel’s versatility, affordability, and functional properties make it suitable for both residential and commercial applications. The specific type, size, and quality of gravel needed may vary depending on the project requirements, so it’s essential to consult with professionals or suppliers to ensure you choose the right gravel product for your specific project.
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*This calculator is only intended as a rough guide to help you approximate the likely volume of gravel, slate or other aggregates needed for your project.