Quarry Rubble & Sand Used For Landscaping Gardens.
The rubble, Adelaide landscapers Visual Landscape gardening use is quarry rubble, as opposed to dolomite rubble, due to its high salt content. Similarly quarry sand is used in favour of dolomite sand.
One of the most used landscaping supplies, quarry rubble and quarry sand is used extensively for just about every landscaping project. It makes the ideal base preparation when compacted for laying pavers and artificial grass, as well as for back filling concrete block retaining walls and storm water pipes.
Examples Of Popular Landscaping Rubble:
Before laying your rubble base, excavating at least 100mm of soil is required. After the quarry rubble is laid it must be compacted before quarry sand is laid, then compacted again. This produces a firm base to lay pavers, artificial grass, steps or even small pebbles for a garden path.
Compaction is achieved by first wetting the area then using a mechanical vibrating plate compactor; a special piece of landscaping equipment, repeating the process at least 3 times.
Visual landscape Gardening offer landscaping equipment hire of their earth moving trucks and bobcats; complete with driver to help you excavate and remove the soil, lay the quarry rubble base if you are wanting to complete the rest of your landscaping project yourself.