CDF Management Group Grounds Maintenance can supply and lay many types of Decorative Aggregates and Gravel.
Suitable for a variety of applications on any commercial grounds, decorative aggregates can enhance the aesthetics of the environment whilst helping to reduce weed growth and conserve moisture.
Decorative aggregates and gravel are more suited to an environment with heavier traffic, such as pathways, footpaths and driveways. There are many types of decorative gravel to choose from, giving you multiple options how these aggregates can be used to enhance your environment.
Why use decorative gravel and aggregates?
Suitable for borders, paths, flower beds and large shrub areas.
Instant results at an affordable cost.
Reduce border maintenance by suppressing weed growth.
Reduces evaporation and conserves water during hot weather.
Helps to insulate plant roots during frosty weather.
Reduces soil erosion from heavy rain.
Long lasting, natural material, giving a long life span.
We offer affordable commercial Grounds Maintenance and Commercial Gardening contracts for clients from various sectors such as Commercial and Industrial Exteriors; Property Management Companies; Retail and Office Grounds; Landlords; Hotels; Public Houses; Care Homes; Private Roads; Housing Associations; Facilities Management Companies; Residential Estates and Apartments and Estate Agents.
As well as specialising in the upkeep of a variety of multi occupancy sites, we have the ability and resources to cater for School Grounds Maintenance, Industrial Site Grounds Maintenance and Retail and Business Park Grounds Maintenance all within the Midlands area.
Our Midlands Decorative Aggregate Services currently cover the following areas, but are not limited to:
Banbury; Bedford; Bedfordshire; Bewdley; Birmingham; Bridgnorth; Bristol; Bromsgrove; Buckinghamshire; Burton-Upon-Trent; Cheltenham; Corby; Coventry; Derby; Derbyshire; Dudley; Evesham; Gloucester; Gloucestershire; Halesowen; Hereford; Herefordshire; Kettering; Kidderminster; Leicester; Leicestershire; Leominster; Loughborough; Milton Keynes; Northampton; Northamptonshire; Nottingham; Nottinghamshire; Oxford; Oxfordshire; Redditch; Royal Leamington Spa; Rugby; Sandwell; Shrewsbury; Shropshire; Solihull; Stafford; Staffordshire; Stoke-on-Trent; Stourbridge; Stourport; Stratford-Upon-Avon; Swindon; Tamworth; Telford; Walsall; Warwick; Warwickshire; West Bromwich; West Midlands; Wolverhampton; Worcester and Worcestershire.