Lightweight, durable and really easy to construct, theres every reason why X-Grid is the only choice when strengthening your driveway.
Available in three colours – natural, black and green – it doesn’t matter whether you’re looking to create a design that wows or a discreet underlay to a gravel or turf surface, these plastic paving grids are perfect.
The X-Grid range is simple to construct and easy to lay with an interlocking structure which is sturdy and adaptable to undulating and flat surfaces.
X-Grid can be used with grass and gravel but is particularly beneficial in gravelled zones as its cellular structure helps eliminate the problem of gravel migration, which is an issue across a huge number of driveways.
The construction and structure of these paving grids means that they’re able to withstand compression of up to 420 tonnes per metre square which consequently leads to an almost endless list of suitable applications. The most popular uses for X-Grid however are as follows:
- Off street parking
- Cycle routes
- Car parks
- Golf courses
As one of the most affordable forms of paving and ground strengthening, X-Grid is the perfect product for anyone looking for quality on a budget. If you have any questions surrounding our plastic paving range, dont hesitate to get in touch with the team.
See how our X-Grid paving has been used with decorative gravel to transform peoples gardens and driveways by reading our blogs;
Domestic Gravel Driveway Installation using Black X-Grid® Panels, Snowdon Railways X-Grid® Review or read all of our X-Grid blogs.
What is X-Grid suitable for?
Our plastic X-Grid panels can hold up to 420 tonnes per square meter. They are suitable for driveways, pathways, car parks, garden bases, golf courses, equestrian areas and much more. Please contact us on live chat if you are unsure.
How many X-Grid panels make up 1m²?
X-Grid panels are 33cm x 33cm. So 9 panels are connected together to make 1m² (nominal).
Is there a difference between Black, Green and White X-Grid?
No, they are exactly the same product (apart from of course the colour).
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To help our customers pick the right product and learn more about how our products can be used, we have compiled blogs which can be read by clicking the button below.
Gravel Driveway Created Using 33m² Of Green X-Grid
This latest article comes courtesy of Paul who had a large gravel front garden next to his current concrete driveway. He wanted to start parking on part of the...
A 56m² X-Grid Gravel Driveway Installation - Customer Case Study
This case study comes from Matthew who was wanting to extend his current block paved driveway at the front of his home. He decided that to do so...
Green X-Grid® and Black X-Grid® Used To Create A Driveway & Shed Base
This latest case study comes from Richard who was wanting to complete two jobs. First was to enable his front lawn to be a car parking area as...
Two X-Grid Gravel Driveway Installations By West Bridgford Landscaping
This latest blog comes courtesy of Mark and his team at West Bridgford Landscaping who used our X-Grid to create gravel parking areas for two different clients. One...
BBC Radio 4 Gardeners' Question Time - Discussing Permeable Paving
Gardeners' Question Time is a weekly radio show on BBC Radio 4 from 3pm until 4pm. During last weeks episode (4th January 2019) listeners were treated to an...
20m² X-Grid® Gravel Driveway Installation
This latest case study comes from Babatunde who was looking to replace a muddy grass patch at the front of his home where his children parked their cars....
50m² Black X-Grid® Gravel Patio Installation
This case study comes from Andrew who was looking to extend his current concrete patio and create a large L shape gravel patio that would start next to...
13m² Multicoloured X-Grid® Garden Gravel Path
This latest case study comes from Alison, she contacted us a few months ago as she was looking to perform a complete make over of her back garden...
Steep Front Garden Transformed Into A 30m² X-Grid® Gravel Driveway
This case study comes courtesy of Gary who was looking to create some off-road parking at his home in place of his currently steep and unused front garden which...