Harris Grab Services offers the supply and delivery of natural stone building supplies for commercial and household construction and landscaping projects across the Sussex region. As a local sand supplier, we supply stone in 1 tonne increments to locations throughout the South East.
When full, the grab trucks used for our deliveries are capable of bearing a load of 17 tonnes of stone at once. Which makes our building stone distribution service perfect for works of industrial scale requiring the quick delivery of large quantities of stone.
We have offices in Shoreham, West Sussex but can deliver all over the Sussex region and beyond. We are flexible and we may arrange stone deliveries early in the morning or late into the evening if necessary, to work according to your project’s schedule.
With a depth of experience in the aggregates supply industry spanning the last decade, we have built great reputation with many local construction firms who are now using us as their go-to supplier for stone deliveries. These partnerships have been so successful that word-of-mouth referrals are now producing more than 70% of our new business enquiries.
types of stone
types of stone
Harris Grab Services can supply a variety of stones for construction purposes such as building houses, driveways, roads or garden walls. See a full list of our available construction aggregates including various types of stone on our products page.
MOT Type 1 is a variety of crushed stone often used in the construction of roads (hence its name being an acronym for Ministry of Transport).
Crushed concrete comprises asphalt waste from building projects, which can be reused. The angular surfaces mean it is ideal to be compacted or rolled to form concrete foundations, roads or floors as it makes a stable, interlocking base.
Tarmac road planings are created when a tarmac road or footpath’s surface layer is removed, and they are sometimes known as road scrapings or road scalpings.
technical specifications of stone
Porous Sub-Base (Sports Arenas)
Limestone or Scalpings
Roads, Paths, Driveways, House Construction
Road Building, Erosion Control, Foundations
Armour Shorelines, Streambeds, Abutments, Pilings, etc.
Been using Harris Grab Services for a while now, can't recommend them enough, always punctual and leave the site very tidy.
Top team, excellent service - would highly recommend.
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!
Highly recommend - A* service, very reliable.
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.
Fantastic service. Always quick to respond and deliver the best service in town!
Lovely team of guys, always helpful and friendly and nothing is too much trouble.
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.
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.
frequently asked questions
Stone is utilised for its strong physical characteristics – it is often crushed and sorted into various sizes for use in concrete. It can be coated with bitumen to create asphalt or it can be used ‘dry’ as a bulk filling material in a variety of construction projects. Stone is most often used in the construction of roads and concrete structures.
Gravel is created naturally through the process of weathering and erosion. Gravel can be extracted from riverbeds or from the some of the same quarries which are used to source crushed stone.
As a result of the crushing process, pieces of crushed stone generally have more angled surfaces than pieces of gravel would have. Crushed stone can vary from extremely fine dust to large rocks in size. Piece of gravel are more rounded than pieces of crushed stone on, and often smaller on average. Gravel comes in various sizes too, from 6 mm to 50 mm.
Over 80% of our deliveries are completed within 24 hours of your order and are often much quicker. Speak to our team today and we will help you to book a slot that works around your project.
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