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Aggregate Supplies

Aggregate Supplies

Aggregate Supplies


At Harris Grab Services, we supply bulk aggregates to construction and landscaping projects across the Sussex area and beyond, including Brighton, Hove, Portslade, Worthing, Lancing, Hassocks, Haywards Heath and more. Operating out of our premises in Shoreham we have been providing a variety of aggregates to domestic, commercial and industrial projects in our local area for the last decade. 

We supply all the standard industry specifications and gradings of primary aggregates available including MOT Type 1, Marine Sand, Topsoil and Ballast. Our grab trucks can transport up to 17 tonnes of bulk aggregate in one trip and make the delivery and removal of aggregates efficient and safe. 

If you request that one of our trucks leave a public highway in order to complete the delivery, you are responsible for ensuring that there is suitable access for a heavy vehicle. Harris Grab Services cannot be held liable for damages to property as a result of insufficient or unsuitable access. 

Aggregates are some of the most mined materials in the world, utilising recycled aggregates where appropriate reduces costs and helps to make the construction industry more sustainable

If you require the services of a trusted, reliable aggregate supplier, contact Harris Grab Services today for further information.

Grab Trucks Delivering Aggregate Supplies

Best-Selling Aggregates

Aggregates


As a dedicated bulk aggregate supplier, Harris Grab Services can source and deliver a variety of construction aggregates across the Sussex area. 

There are two main types of bulk aggregate available. Primary Aggregates are naturally occurring mineral deposits, extracted and used in construction, this includes substances such as limestone and gravel. 

Recycled Aggregates refers to materials recycled from construction, demolition or industrial projects. This would be materials such as china clay waste and blast furnace slag. 

As part of our aggregate service we also carry out the collection of materials like subsoil, clean concrete and hardcore from domestic, commercial and industrial sites and reuse and recycle them where possible. 

The following are our most popular aggregates we supply. If you do not see the materials you require listed, please contact us and we will see if we can source them.

Testimonials

Our Clients


Been using Harris Grab Services for a while now, can't recommend them enough, always punctual and leave the site very tidy.
Ian Harris

Brighton

Top team, excellent service - would highly recommend.
Olly Wheatley

Brighton

We have experienced a great service over the last couple of weeks, Harris Grab Services provided such a quick service to ensure they could meet our needs, we are very grateful. Highly recommended!
Alex Eaton

Brighton

Highly recommend - A* service, very reliable.
Michael Greenfield

Lancing

Obtained a quote via a recommendation and found the service prompt, efficient, clean and great value for money. Highly recommend so give them a go.
Dean Haysom

Steyning

Fantastic service. Always quick to respond and deliver the best service in town!
Abbie Burden

Worthing

Lovely team of guys, always helpful and friendly and nothing is too much trouble.
Stuart Gadsdon

Brighton

I text Harris Grab on the Sunday evening to see if I could get a load of muck away. They were there 9 o'clock the next morning! Would highly recommend Harris Grab Services.
Adam Folan

Hove

Harris Grab Services were very helpful and friendly, provided reliable service. They always get the job done - can bring in Aggregates and take muck away in one go, which I find very useful.
Vincent Camilleri

Brighton

frequently asked questions

FAQs


In general, one of our 25kg bags of gravel will easily cover an area 0.25m (presuming a depth of 50mm). If you are unsure how much you will need, get in touch and one of our team can help you to calculate your requirements.

Assuming a standard depth of 50mm, a metric tonne of gravel will cover approximately 14 square meters. 

If you are only laying the gravel to a depth of 35mm (the standard for pedestrian pathways) then a metric tonne of gravel would cover up to 20 meters.

It is important to get the right amount of aggregate delivered the first time as additional deliveries can push up the costs of an otherwise well-budgeted construction project. 

Our team are always happy to help you with these calculations if you are unsure, so please get in touch.

Over 75% of our deliveries are completed within 24 hours of being ordered, with many being delivered even quicker. 

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