Has anyone got advice or experience to share?I have been approached by a North London Primary school, primarily to give them a quote to sort out their gardens (my area of growing expertise) but they…Continue
Have you sorted your School job? I was interested to read about the problems with the surfaces - the neolay and the company. We work with Resin mainly bonded and have completed School projects as we can resurface…"
"So often we see surfaces that are not laid with free movement and accessibility in mind. Although disabled access areas and pathways tend to be installed as standard these days, they are often done so in loose aggregate or poorly maintained concrete…"
glad to be of help. If you can't get granite dust in your area the coxwell self binding gravel that someone else mentioned sounds quite similar.
The kids seem to love wheelbarrowing, shovelling and stamping - in fact they get very good…"
"My pleasure Phil, it's a great cause. I hope the weather improves and your trip goes well. I'm guess you have seen the film The Straight Story, about a man and his journey on a tractor, it's great, one of my favourites.
Also just in…"
we used granite dust for our school paths - About £60 per cubic m but it goes a long way at 25 mm depth on top of 100 - 150 mm type 1 (we got recycled stuff delivered by tipper - about £100 for 10 cubic m). You dont need edging timber…"
"i think you will have to tread carefully quite literally!
weve used this company before. They will do trade prices and loose or bulk bags. Wve used both the coxwell and the goldpath selfbinding gravel and they really last well, especially once they…"
"Hi again Michelle - as previous reply said, it doesn't need a specialist, just a landscape contractor who knows what s/he is doing. Main points are:
gravel boards for edge restraint, notched if they need to curve
100mm hoggin on 100mm MOT…"
"I have used the neolay with the binder on a play area and I wouldnt recommend it as the surface continually abbrades and you will end up with bits of rubber all over the place. I have also been employed by a couple of childrens nurseries to remove…"