Here at Grabloader, we have been screening certified topsoil in our quarry for several years now. Our stringent quality control throughout the process ensures a top-quality topsoil product that passes these strict standards. Our topsoil is screened to 10mm, 20mm and B Grade. As well as our quality topsoil, we also supply organic soil conditioner, which is a peat-free compost that is locally sourced.
We are one of the counties largest suppliers of certified topsoil. Our standard guarantees our soil to be “a good general purpose soil”. It is perfect for seeding your lawn, or for planting borders, for example. As the premier topsoil supplier in the area, we will always endeavour to find the right topsoil to meet each of our customers’ individual needs. So if you are considering any landscaping or gardening projects give us a call on 0118 988 4142. Not only will we give you a competitive quote, but we will also offer help and advice as to which soil is most suited to your project. Our topsoil can be delivered loose by the tonne, in full loads, or if you prefer, we offer them in aggregate bags to customers throughout our surrounding areas.
Why Use Our Certified Topsoil?
- Screened to 10mm & B Grade
- Highly recommended supplier
- Ideal for plants and vegetables
- Locally sourced products
- High-quality soil
60/40 Soil Conditioner Mix
If you are looking for an even better soil for your allotment or vegetable plot (or even for your flower beds) we offer a slightly higher grade that is a bit more special. Our soil is mixed with a locally sourced peat-free soil conditioner.
When we make the mix, we combine our certified quality soil with a peat-free soil conditioner that enhances plant growth, in a 60/40 mix. This product provides plants with the vital nutrients they need to promote health and growth. It will help to break down heavy clay soils but it will add humus to light or sandy soils. You may, however, want to turf your lawn so may not require such a fine grade soil, in which case we do have other grades of topsoil available, namely B soil. It is the same soil but not as fine as 10mm but is ideal for turf.