Bradstone Round Top Buff Reconstituted Stone Edging Stone (H)150mm (T)50mm

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5015111120993

£5.60 per MTR

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This round top buff edging stone is a great way to provide edging for most gardens. Each brick is 150mm high, 600mm long and 50mm thick.

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Technical specification of Bradstone Round Top Buff Reconstituted Stone Edging Stone (H)150mm (T)50mm
Brand Bradstone
Style Round top
Construction material Reconstituted stone
Pack quantity 1
Fitting instructions When laying, a butt joint (in direct contact; no room for mortaring) is recommended

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Concrete is made up of cement, aggregate (particles of stone) and sharp sand. When you mix these ingredients with water, they bind into a solid, hard material. In different proportions, they produce concrete of different strengths for different uses.

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A patio designed as a sitting or dining area is a great way to make your outside space more enjoyable. Perfect for family barbecues, or as a sunny spot to relax on a warm summer days. You can create one with concrete slabs, paving blocks or reclaimed stone.

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