Solent Gold - Gravel & Beach Pebbles

Quick Find Code: 002567
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Solent Gold - Gravel & Beach Pebbles

Quick Find Code: 002567
Grouped product items
Product Name Coverage Price Inc Vat Qty
Pebbles - 20mm - Bulk Bag (950Kg Approx) 9.5 m2
£180.00  per bag
inc VAT
Pebbles - 20mm - Half Bulk Bag (500Kg Approx) 5 m2
£150.00  per bag
inc VAT
delivery included
The solent gold beach pebbles have been dredged from the bottom of the ocean and contain beautiful shells from the sea. It adds that special touch to your garden features.
More Information
Quick Find Code 002567
Manufacturer Hardstone
Aggregate Size Various
Recommended Depth 50mm
Aggregate Material Quartz
Aggregate Shape Rounded
Suitable For Borders, Features, Plant Pot Toppers, Driveways, Pathways
Weight Policy All weights of decorative aggregates are approximate as they depend upon the moisture content at the time of filling. This can be as much as 15%.

Our sister company Hardstone was first founded in 2003 by Robert Pickard. With 25+ years experience in the Sheffield builders merchant scene under his tool belt, his expertise in and extensive knowledge has allowed him to build up great trading relationships with suppliers in the UK, India, China and Italy to name a few. 

Because of these excellent relationships and smaller supply chain it allows us to offer a much better price. It also allows us to focus highly on developing practical solutions to ethical trade that deliver benefits for workers. Hardstone ensure that the suppliers are all members of the ETI which is a unique organisation bringing together global companies, trade unions and NGOs

With ranges extending from more traditional natural sandstone and limestone to the contemporary and stylish  porcelain paving. 

Quartzite Quartzite is a metamorphic stone formed when quartz-rich sandstone or chert has been exposed to pressure and high temperatures. These conditions fuse the quartz grains together forming a hard, dense, equiangular rock. Quartzite tends to have a sugary appearance and glassy lustre. Quartzite can appear superficially similar to marble but quartzite is virtually impossible to mark with a metal blade.

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