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Aggregates

Neil Sullivan & Sons supply a wide range of aggregates for your needs!

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Aggregates

If you are in need of aggregates for your construction, home improvement or gardening work, we have exactly what you need. We understand that everyone’s needs vary depending on the project that is being undertaken, so we supply a range of aggregates that are designed to cater for your specific requirements.

Our aggregate selection includes:

  • Gravel and stone
  • Building stone
  • Ballast
  • Slate chippings
  • Pea gravel

There are no excessive waiting times for our aggregates, either. We offer an efficient and prompt same and next day delivery service that ensures your project is not disrupted by delays in the supply of materials. Once the aggregates are delivered, our team will also be available to measure out quantities to ensure nothing goes to waste.

If you would like to know more about our aggregate services, then please feel free to get in touch with us today and we will be more than happy to help you with anything you need.

Types Of Aggregates We Offer

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    Building Sand

    A fine grade of sand, often mixed with water and cement for mortar in bricklaying.

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    Rendering Sand

    Mixed with water and cement, usually 4 parts sand to 1 part water and 1 part cement, to create a mix applied to external and internal brick or concrete walls to achieve a decorative, smooth or textured effect.

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    Sharp Sand

    A general purpose material, used for a range of applications from rendering to lawn top dressing, external concrete work and floor screeds.

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    Ballast

    A coarse aggregate, ballast is used as the primary ingredient in a concrete mix.

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    10mm Shingle

    Mainly used for decorative purposes, 10mm shingle can also be used as part of a concrete mix, used to fill in small gaps in drainage areas and also as an attractive way of bordering a garden, helping to block weeds and retain moisture.

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    20mm Shingle

    A decorative material often used for driveways. 20mm, rather than 10mm shingle is used for this purpose because the larger stones are unlikely to get stuck in tyre treads, and it’s much easier to spread.

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    MOT Type 1

    Also known as crushed concrete, MOT Type 1 is used for a sub base on roads, driveways and car parks. It’s popular due to its reliability and value for money.

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    6F5 Concrete

    Created through the processing of inorganic material used in construction, it is used as a bulk filler, mainly due to the range of available sizes – from 75mm down to dust.

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    6F2 Concrete

    Crushed concrete, brick and mortar, also used for bulk fill. It is created as a byproduct from demolition sites.

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    Topsoil

    The upper layer of soil, used for new flowerbeds, as a foundation for new turf, or for sowing grass seeds.

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