[vc_row][vc_column][rev_slider_vc alias=”Slider2″][us_separator size=”small”][vc_column_text]Nice photos taken on a site near Dainfern showing Gabions filled with building rubble from the site and covered with the Tickey creeper. Why build dry stacked gabions with shot rock when you have building rubble on site. Its very easy to make use of locally available rubble to fill baskets, and even if you want the rock appearance the associated costs can be reduced by filling the center of the Gabion with building rubble and using shot rock just for the external facing and making large cost savings. Speak to us for further information in this regard.
Here below a link to more information about the Tickey creeper, often reccomended for Gabion vegetative coverings. This makes the gabion totally in harmony with nature by using locally available rock/rubble infill and covering with a live creeper growth, to enhance and blend in with nature.
Video Showing Tickey Creeper
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