20mm Ballast (Loose Load) in Essex - Neil Sullivan & Sons
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20mm Ballast (Loose Load)

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20mm Ballast (Loose Load)

Ballast forms an essential part of any concrete mix, so if you’re looking to mix your own concrete for a DIY construction project, we can supply quality ballast to suit your needs. Ballast is a coarse mix of sand and gravel, and it’s important that you have the right quantity and consistency of ballast to form the right concrete mix for your project. Our concrete specialists can help you choose the correct type, grade and quantity of ballast for your needs.

  • 20mm ballast supplied in a loose load
  • Essential part of any concrete mix
  • + £25 delivery fee

£32.00 - £43.00 / Tonne

Note: There's a maximum weight of 20 tonnes per product, per order. If you'd like 20+ tonnes, please place an extra order or call the office: 0800 859 5973

  • Quantity Tonnes

    Inc. VAT (£ per tonne)

    Exc. VAT (£ per tonne)

  • 2-10

    £51.60

    £43.00

  • 10-15

    £47.40

    £39.50

  • 16-19

    £39.60

    £33.00

  • 20

    £38.40

    £32.00

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