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What Surfaces Can You Lay Turf On?

When it comes to laying new turf, as with many jobs, there are ways of doing it right and there are ways of doing it wrong. You can’t just take your turf, drop it anywhere and expect to end up with a lush and green lawn at the end. So, before we look at surfaces that you can lay turf on, let’s take a look at a few that you can’t. Things you shouldn’t lay turf on Okay, so in theory this list could go on forever, so let’s restrict ourselves to a couple of things that might actually occur to…

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Aggregates Explained

In order to learn more about concrete and its properties, we must first take a look at aggregates to understand the role it plays in giving concrete it’s all-too familiar characteristics and properties, making it such a reliable material to work with. What are aggregates? Aggregates are rock or mineral fragments that come in all shapes and sizes. As a purely natural material, aggregates are differentiated by grades, such as 1-3mm, 2-5mm etc. that are all suitable for different uses – we’ll discuss this further later on in the article. Classified as either normal weight, lightweight or heavyweight, they are either…

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