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RockinNature™ Donegal Gold 20mm

£19.99

Free shipping UK & Ireland wide

  • Sourced from the Wild Atlantic Way on West coast of Ireland.
  • From light creams and oranges when dry to vibrant yellows and golds when wet.
  • 14kg to 15kg weight Bags.
  • We recommend you hose the stone once in place to reveal their true beauty. Suitable for driveways and pathways.
  • If you order more than 1 BAG, they may arrive in different consignments on different days. Each bag is a consignment so they may become split up in transit, do not worry, they will all arrive within a few days - There is normally no need to contact us in this case!

Delivery Information

Access to your property

Goods will be placed as near to your property as the driver deems safe. It is at the drivers discretion whether the goods are left kerbside or on your property. If the driver considers your access unsuitable for whatever reason they are within their rights to refuse to unload the pallet or leave it as near as possible to the required destination.

Vehicle Offload

The driver will unload using a tail-lift offload and manual pallet truck to push or pull the goods into position. The pallet truck can only be operated on a flat, level and solid surface which is free from grass or gravel. The driver will be unable to push or pull the goods up any sort of incline or pull the pallet truck over uneven ground.

Current product lead times for delivery and collection: 5-7 working days.

Gravel/stone Calculator

This calculator is only intended as a rough guide, but will help you approximate the volume of stone/gravel or slate needed. The depth you will need for the gravel or aggregates will depend on what size you use and what it is used for. Generally you would lay a 10mm aggregate at 3-4cm (approx 1.5") deep, but on a drive you would go to 5cm (approx 2"). A 20mm aggregate would need to be 4-5cm deep (approx 2") and a little deeper on drives. A good 5-6cm is best. The larger aggregate will settle and bond together better than the 10mm that on driveways may tend to rut and require regular maintenance to keep looking smooth.

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