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At All Green Nursery & Garden, we love to show off our products. We stock a range of high quality landscaping and garden supplies, including concrete sleepers. You can see them in action in our display.
While you're visiting our store, you can chat with one of our friendly team members about all things relating to concrete sleepers, and how they can help your garden maintain structural integrity. We can help you find the right size and shape for your garden, and answer any questions you may have about landscaping supplies in general.
Stuck on ideas for your residential or commercial landscaping project? Stroll around our display gardens and let the beauty of our nursery inspire you. We've showcased our landscaping skills and created beautiful gardens which are both inspiring and great to look at.
We have a team of experts on site who can help you with all your landscaping needs. Not sure which type of sand and soil to use? Or perhaps you need a specific size of concrete sleeper for an unusually shaped garden bed? Either way, we can help!
Concrete sleepers are a great way to reinforce a garden bed, but they're heavy, and can be hard to transport on your own. We offer a high value delivery service for our customers, with no minimum purchase — so whether you want one sleeper to add structural integrity to a portion of your garden bed or you need materials for a commercial landscaping project, we can help!
We deliver concrete sleeper posts all over Melbourne. Just ask us for a quote, and we can deliver your order to your home or the site of your landscaping job in a matter of days.
Concrete sleepers are impervious to damp rotting, termite infestations, and unlike bricks, their mortar won't rot and crumble as time goes by. Thanks to their durability, they're also a cost-effective way of reinforcing a garden bed, or crafting a retaining wall.
A retaining wall is a structure which has been designed to have soil behind it. They can most frequently be found alongside pedestrian paths near river beds. They're a great mechanism for managing water runoff, and can provide extra seating during alfresco dinner parties.
You'll want to consider building a retaining wall with concrete sleepers if your garden exists on a hill, or if your home is located downhill from soil fault lines.
Building retaining walls will also help if the foundation of your home is affected by a sliding hill. Erosion can be detrimental for your home's foundation, or the site of a commercial project. If the soil around a downhill foundation is washing away, a retaining wall can help build and maintain the soil.
Adding a finish to concrete sleeper posts can help protect them from the elements. You just need to make sure you use the right kind of paint. We offer a range of concrete sleepers with different finishes for different application uses. Let our friendly team know the parameters of your project, and we can help match you with the right kind of concrete sleeper for you.
You can pick up Timber Grain Concrete Sleepers to maintain that natural look in your garden beds, or opt for a more dramatic aesthetic with Stackstone Concrete Sleepers.
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