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on 11 June 2012
Ordered this product as an alternative to slabs for a small shed base.
Very pleased with the quality and ease of installation.
Filled with pea gravel which has made a very stable base.
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on 14 May 2013
This kit makes a good solid base , the individual blocks slot together and can be infilled if you want but this is not necessary. I found the base to be slightly larger than the shed and filled the overlap with decorative pebbles. Good product ,nice and sturdy and delivery was made very promptly.
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on 18 July 2012
brilliant alternative to slabs and concrete, once the ground was levelled took a matter of minutes to put down. Saves time and money but most of all back breaking lifting and setting of slabs - would use again. Locks firmly together for ease, shed sits on top and holds everything solidly.
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Easy to use and easy to put down, but make sure you have a level piece of ground to put it on because you still have to level the sufrace first and lets be honest that's the most difficult part of the whole process. If you think you'll get away with just putting this down without any groundwork, think again as when its assembled it's very flexible and will follow the contours of the ground, that aside it's a lot easier than trying to level concrete slabs so as long as you level the ground first you'll have no problems.
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on 22 September 2013
Friendly to both the environment and my pocket book, it is a great product to use as a concrete or paving slab alternative. Intallation is also very simple and straight forward: a lot less digging than paving, I can assure you.
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on 13 December 2013
not as sturdy as expexted and if the ground gets wet then the base sinks in different areas making the base bow
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on 1 December 2013
To say this saves a lot of hassle against laying paving or concrete is an understatement - easy to lay & install
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on 20 February 2014
Strong easy to fit together and brilliant solution for a shed base, these kits are built to last. Highly recommended and excellent value when you consider that it is free delivery and comes with the weed fabric. Very fast delivery as well. Excellent all round
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on 4 April 2014
Went together easily, then filled it with gravel. Have to say, there were no instructions which was fine until I wondered which way up it should be. As one side has more surface area than the other. I don't think it really matters though. The shed went on it fine and it was alot easier than laying paving or a concrete slab. Gravel will drain well but doesn't level as well as sand though.
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on 4 February 2014
light, easy to fit together and very stable. much easier to handle for the over 50s and very reasonably priced.
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