No landscaping project is complete without a barrier that protects the ground from whatever form of covering you’re using. Whether you’ve opted for paving, decking, a gravel pathway or rubber safety tiles, this woven polypropylene landscaping membrane is a product you shouldn’t be without.
This simple membrane provides a strong, tear-resistant barrier between the ground and your chosen covering. What’s more, it’s extremely hard wearing and can cope in all weather conditions giving it a long serviceable life.
While preventing the growth of annual and perennial weeds between your paving slabs or on your gravel path, the woven membrane maintains natural drainage by allowing air, water and nutrients to easily pass through to the ground and roots below.
If you need any more information about when and where it’s appropriate to use this product, please get in touch and one of our experts will be more than happy to help.
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What are membranes used for?
Membranes are used as part of a sub-base build up to create a permeable layer where water and nutrients can reach the ground below whilst preventing weeds from penetrating the surface.
Do I need pins to secure my membrane?
Yes, use pins to secure and hold your membrane sheet in place.
Does membrane come with pins?
No, this membrane doesn't come with pins. They would need to be purchased separately.
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