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Aggregates in Bristol

If you are currently undertaking a landscaping project then you may be interested in aggregates. Here at Wilsons Groundworks, we have been carrying out a variety of groundwork projects for many years. During this time, our team have built up an impressive level of experience. If you want to find out more then call us on 01761 231 802 or contact us today! We are sure that our wide range of aggregate supplies will be perfect for you.

Our team carry out a wide range of groundworks projects from the initial demolition to laying the foundations for the next structure. We believe that this the most important stage of the process as it is incredibly important to lay a high-quality foundation in order to bear the weight of any structure. You can trust that our team will do right by you, our team are incredibly professional and you can be sure that they will take any requirements into consideration. For your next project is important to choose a company that you can rely on to get the job done on time and to an incredibly high standard.

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So, if you’re searching for an experienced Groundworks team in Bristol, be sure to get in touch with a member of our team today. We’ll be able to provide you with any advice you need and answer any of your questions. To ensure that you receive great service with an immaculate groundwork site, contact Wilsons Groundworks on 01761 231802.

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What are Aggregates?

Aggregates are simply pieces of broken or crushed stone and gravel that can be used in a variety of construction projects. Aggregates are often used a load-bearing material, or in order to fill in any gaps in a landscaping project. Aggregates are often favoured due to their price and can come in a variety of different textures and colours including sand, gravel, crushed stone and recycled concrete.

Our aggregates are well suited to a wide variety of projects, no matter how large or small. We have had experience working on smaller garden designs as well as much larger civil engineering projects. The best way to find out how we can help you is to get in contact during your initial planning stage to see how we can help. There is no job that we are unable to undertake.

Our aggregates come in a wide range of colours and textures and will look great in any environment. Whether you are looking to create a visually appealing design or you simply wish to fill in empty spaces in your design. Aggregates are often used due to the grip that they provide. For large open spaces, this can often be a much safer choice when compared with grass or soil. One example of this is on railways. Not only do aggregates make it much easier to walk when it rains, but it also reduces the need for the upkeep that grass requires.

Types of Aggregates

Here are Wilsons Groundworks, we provide both natural and recycled aggregates, crushed concrete, hardcore, type 1 aggregate, screen topsoil, sand and gravel. All of our aggregates are of the highest quality and can be implemented perfectly in a variety of construction projects. If you are unsure of which material is right for you, our team are always on hand to offer impartial advice to ensure that you are completely satisfied with your choice.

Aggregates are used in both domestic and industrial projects. High-quality aggregates are a great way to separate areas in your design, often creating an eye-catching contrast that visually appealing. Aggregates can also be used in concrete and offer a number of benefits. For example, aggregates offer incredible water drainage, which makes them ideal in roads and railways.

So if you are interested in using aggregates in your next project, Wilsons Groundworks are the perfect choice. Our team will go above and beyond to make sure that you are entirely satisfied with your choice and this one of the reasons that customers choose to come back time and time again.

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