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Gravel for Paths, Ponds, Entertaining and Dining Areas

Gravel for Paths, What to Know

Gravel for Paths and Driveways, Gravel Suppliers, Cotswold Chippings

Gravel for Paths

If you want to add an eye-catching feature to your exterior space but don’t have the inclination, time, budget or knowledge to make it in to a weekend project with a bill that runs in to several hundreds or even thousands, don’t worry.

There is a surprisingly quick fix for a sorry looking path or space. It will take a few hours to install, no great skill is required so you won’t need Alan Titchmarsh on speed dial, and the receipt won’t read like a telephone number.

So, what is this miraculous must-have landscaping material and where can you get your supply?

Gravel for paths and driveways, around water features, as features and under-planting mulch is easy to lay, demands minimal maintenance, offers personality for any theme or scheme and is one of the least expensive landscaping materials on the market. The quality of the gravel isn’t inferior because the price is pocket friendly and pleasing. You get the best without paying a fortune. What is there to quibble about?

Gravel suppliers, ahem, like our good-selves have a plethora of gravels in stock. From charming local gravels like Cotswold Chippings and Moonstone Gravel to rich Cheshire Pink and vibrant Flamingo Gravel in blue-green, white and pink; there’s a product to match your tastes and purpose.

As leading gravel suppliers, we hold several gravels in large quantities. This means that if you pop in, even on a busy day, we should be able to cater to most projects from our Windlesham, Tadley or Newbury outlets without any delays.

We’re proud local gravel suppliers. Note: The more elusive gravel for paths options carry a 7-10 day lead time.

We deliver at your convenience or you can take the gravel away and you choose from loose, small, half bulk and bulk bag supplies. You’ll also be pleased to know that we are qualified, experienced experts so we’ll advise you if the gravel you’ve selected won’t meet your needs and suggest an alternative.

For example, white dolomite gravel is prone to algae so it doesn’t appreciate being in water.

Gravel for Paths Examples:

Toffee Gravel:

  • 10mm and 20mm Thames Valley Flint.
  • Brown, white and toffee gravel.
  • Warm, rich tones.
  • Enduring natural product.

Moonstone Gravel:

  • Captivating Thames Valley Flint.
  • 10mm or 20mm options.
  • Quarried in the Thatcham and Newbury areas.
  • Black, white, brown and grey chippings.
  • The 10mm features less brown.
  • Angular, characterful.
  • Durable.

Cotswold Chippings:

  • 20mm chippings.
  • Angular and buff-yellow, summery.
  • Traditional and exquisite.
  • Cotswold Chippings are slightly crumbly.

Flamingo Gravel:

  • 20mm angular chips.
  • Blue, white, green and pink gravel mix.
  • Natural quartz content offers sparkle.
  • Perfect gravel for paths.

Cheshire Pink Gravel:

  • 20mm rounded stones.
  • Reds, plums, russets, greys, purples and browns.
  • Excellent for entertaining and outdoor kitchen installations.
  • Lends itself to almost every application.
  • Enduring.

Pop in and have a chat with one of the team. At Rivar Sand and Gravel our gravel suppliers are primed to help you achieve your gravel installation. No stress, no drama.

Locations we cover:

(Berkshire) Newbury, Thatcham, Hungerford, Kintbury, Woolhampton

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