CORE DRIVE 40-40 | Gravel Driveway Stabilisation Grid | White or Black | 1600 x 1200 x 40mm | (1.92m2) - The Ideal Garden

CORE DRIVE 40-40 | Gravel Driveway Stabilisation Grid | White or Black | 1600 x 1200 x 40mm | (1.92m2)

CORE DRIVE 40-40 | Gravel Driveway Stabilisation Grid | White or Black | 1600 x 1200 x 40mm | (1.92m2)

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Highest Quality Gravel Stabiliser for Driveways

Designed for driveways and garden landscaping projects, CORE DRIVE is a cost-effective way to stabilise gravel and maintain a smart appearance at your home.

Its unique design makes it easy to install, as well as being eco-friendly, strong and durable. It arrives in the form of individual sheets of connected hexagon cells with a porous geotextile backing. This means that it not only prevents moving gravel, ruts and puddles, but it can easily withstand heavy loads thanks to its rigid honeycomb construction made from recyclable HDPE. In addition, the durable geotextile layer allows water to drain easily and prevents weed growth. 

Using CORE DRIVE also minimises the amount of gravel that you need on your project, consequently improving its cost-effectiveness.

HOW TO INSTALL

High Load Bearing

CORE Drive’s honeycomb grid construction provides tightly packed pockets of loose gravel which create a completely porous hard standing, allowing extreme pressure from vehicular traffic to be applied without the aggregate displacing, this makes CORE drive gravel grid more practical and versatile than other more costly paving options.

Attached High Quality Membrane

Our unique manufacturing technique enables us to heat weld a high quality geotextile membrane to the underside of every panel. This heat weld attaches the membrane firmly to the honeycomb structure and creates a tray for the gravel to sit in, this prevents the gravel from migrating under the cell wall which causes the honeycomb structure to rise and become exposed making it susceptible to irreparable damage.

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