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Our range of geotextile membranes and woven landscape membranes used as a permeable and protective layer under almost any gardening and landscaping projects
Our range of membranes are strong, permeable, tear resistant, easy to install and fully weather resistant sheets that create long lasting barriers between the ground below and and your chosen covering above. The membrane sheets provide you with a shield that prevents annual and perennial weeds from growing up and through to reach the product you have installed on top whilst still allowing air, rain, surface water and nutrients to drain naturally through to the ground and roots below. Membranes can be used in almost any project such as driveways, paths, play areas and borders before using products such as X-Grid, Edgings, Rubber Play Tiles, Shed Bases and Hot Tub Bases.
Browse our range of membrane products and if you have any questions about the membrane rolls and sheets we stock or require assistance in deciding if they would be suitable for your upcoming landscaping or gardening project then please do not hesitate to contact us, you can leave us a message or live chat to a member of our team.
What Membranes Do You Stock?
We stock a range of different types of membranes that vary in roll or sheet size. Each membrane we supply will provide you with a permeable and durable ground cover sheet that will allow natural drainage and prevent weeds from penetrating it and reaching the surface.
How Do You Install Membranes?
Installing membrane is simple. To start either strim or cut low the area of existing vegetation down to the root ensuring there are no fibrous stalks which could penetrate the membrane or you can excavate the area to leave an exposed soil base. Roll out and lay the membrane in place before securing using either galvanised steel membrane staples or plastic fixing pegs at approximately 1 metre intervals to ensure there is no movement once installed.