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How to choose the best porous gravel driveway grid

Gravel-filled plastic paving grids offer a range of versatile solutions for driveways and paths. Interlocking driveway grids provide a green solution for erosion control in a range of decorative styles. Better yet, it is environmentally friendly, allowing water to enter the ground rather than stormwater systems.


There are many benefits to choosing plastic driveway grids filled with permeable resin bound gravel, including:


  • Easy to install by one person with no heavy lifting involved whatsoever
  • Resilient, made from high quality recycled materials to ensure longevity
  • Green and flood-resistant, allowing permeability and filtration of water

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Frequently asked questions about permeable surfaces

What are the benefits of plastic driveway grids and porous gravel?

There are a range of benefits to plastic driveway grids that go beyond ecological concerns.

  • High resilience means that plastic grids can support up to 800kg per square metre.
  • Easy installation, with low transport and handling costs
  • Weatherproof, UV resistant, frost-proof
  • Warranty up to 20 years from purchase

How do plastic grids help the environment?

Permeable grids offer a better soil condition. If the area above the ground is permeable, like normal soil, water can more easily filter into the ground below. During this process, water is cooled and filtered, returning it to the water table in a more natural state. This is better for plants, grass, and trees.


Without permeable soil conditions, cities and neighbourhoods can suffer from the urban heat island effect. This is compounded with the risk of urban flooding. Urban flooding occurs when rainwater is directed straight into stormwater systems, instead of into the ground.


What are the different kinds of driveway grids?

There are a range of different kinds of plastic grids available on the market today. Here are some of the most popular:

  • Grass grids allow the passage of vehicles while protecting grass beneath
  • Hexagonal grids offer an interesting geometric pattern
  • Grid panels provide spaces for porous gravel

What are some of the main uses for plastic grids?

There are many applications of plastic grids filled with porous gravel. Here are some of the most popular:

  • Agriculture to provide better traction in paddocks
  • Driveways and carparks for homes and businesses
  • Leisure centres like golf clubs to prevent grass damage
  • Landscaping and green spaces to provide better accessibility
  • Temporary and permanent roads for events and festivals
  • Underlay for the preparation of landscaping projects
  • Industrial application around sheds, warehouses, and factories

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