Category: All Stake Supply

  • 3 reasons to choose gravel as your driveway material
    31 October, 2017

    Your driveway has to be one of the most hardy and durable areas of your property

    Your driveway has to be one of the most hardy and durable areas of your property. Tasked with taking the weight of all manner of heavy vehicles – most of which will weigh more than a tonne – the task of choosing the right material is incredibly important.

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  • Do I need to be careful about what I park on my porous driveway pavers?
    02 October, 2017

    Porous driveway pavers are lightweight pavers, usually made out of recycled plastic, that provide structure to surfaces that would otherwise be damaged by traffic, be it from people or vehicles

    Porous driveway pavers are lightweight pavers, usually made out of recycled plastic, that provide structure to surfaces that would otherwise be damaged by traffic, be it from people or vehicles. They are the perfect solution for those who like the look of lawn or gravel, but also want to use an area as a driveway, a parking space, a footpath or a thoroughfare. (more…)

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  • 3 Landscaping Mistakes to Avoid
    27 July, 2015

    Landscape Supplies Sydney

    The key to a beautiful, landscaped yard is starting with a good landscaping plan. There are many things that can go wrong with your landscape project, causing inconvenience and costing you money. (more…)

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  • 3 Steps to Staking Tomatoes
    22 June, 2015

    Tomatoes are favourite amongst most gardeners to grow in their backyard. Since tomato plants can grow quite tall and large, they can have a tendency to fall over. Staking newly-planted tomatoes is a great solution to keep them from falling over and damaging the tomatoes. (more…)

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  • 3 Effective Ways to Minimise Soil Erosion
    23 March, 2015

    Soil erosion occurs when land is disturbed by either natural elements or daily activities. Its development is often unnoticed but it brings serious damage to the soil, making it lose much of its nutrients. (more…)

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  • 2 Quick Steps to Stake Large Trees
    23 February, 2015

    A newly planted tree is prone to bending or falling over due to wind, earth movement or man activities. To prevent damage on newly installed large trees, using hardwood stakes are needed for the trunk and roots to grow strong. (more…)

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  • Types and Uses of Survey Pegs
    03 February, 2015

    Construction surveying (also known as “lay-out” or “setting-out”) is the process of indicating or marking precise location and positions in a site, this is usually done by a surveyor in structural or road projects. (more…)

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