Gravel Driveways

Gravel driveways offer a wide range of benefits to any home or business owner looking to improve their property! Whether you’re looking to improve your property’s appearance, durability or even security, gravel driveways are the perfect solution. It’s easy to see why; gravel is a cheap, durable material which rarely requires any maintenance.

When someone approaches your home for the first time, the driveway is the first thing they’ll see! It’s extremely important that your driveway looks clean, well-maintained and complements your home. Gravel driveways look great on any home, whether a new-build or a stately manor.. Whether you live in a countryside home or you live in a town, you can be sure a gravel driveway will compliment your home in the best possible way. Gravel comes in many shades and colours so you can be sure to find the best that compliments your home in the best possible way.

Benefits of a gravel driveway

Gravel driveways not only come with the benefits of generally being low maintenance & cheaper to install than other options. Gravel driveways add an element of security to your home, by helping to deter unwanted guests. As recommended by Age UK & Merseyside Police one of their crime prevention measures is to install a gravel driveway if you can.

Purchasing gravel for your driveway can be a bit daunting at first, especially if you’ve never done it before. First things first, gravel comes in different sizes, and we are here to help you with the best options when choosing the gravel for your driveway.

What size is best for your gravel driveway?

  • Our 20mm Red Granite would be an ideal choice for your gravel driveway. 20mm grain is commonly used for gravel driveways, due to the size of the gravel its not likely to get caught in the treads of the tires. Our 20mm red gravel is robust and will last many years being driven over and walked on repeatedly. We wouldn’t advise using gravel that is over 20mm for your driveway as this can pose a potential hazard that might be flicked up by the cars as they drive over the surface.
  • We also offer 14mm Red Granite. This is slightly smaller than the 20mm and can be a great choice for walkways. It can also be used for driveways. You can even use a 50/50 mix of the 20mm and 14mm to get the best surface for your gravel driveway.
  • The 10mm Red Granite we stock is commonly used for gravel walkways. Again, just like the example above, you could use a 14mm as more of a base and then cover the top with the 10mm to give you a great walkway surface.
    If your unsure on what size would be best to suit your red gravel driveway, we offer Free Samples of all our red gravel, including grain sizes of 6mm, 10mm, 14mm, 20mm and our Firechip, Cresta & Granitsand.

How much gravel do you need for your driveway?

Thankfully, we can help you with this also. We have a simple to use Gravel Calculator on our website that will let you know exactly how much gravel you need for your driveway. Simply select the grain size of the gravel you have chosen for your driveway. Then enter your driveway dimensions and hey presto, you know exactly how much gravel you need for your driveway.
We are happy to deliver the products you need for your gravel driveway anywhere in the UK. We also offer Worldwide shipping, so regardless of your location, you can get the products you need for your gravel driveway. If you have any questions about your Delivery Options, then don’t hesitate to Contact Us.

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