Crushing Company Serving The Forth Valley Area
We provide plant hire across the forth valley area which includes but is not exclusive to the following areas: Falkirk, Grangemouth, Bo'ness Polmont, Stirling, Dollar, and Killen.
Our Red Rhino 5000 was on hire to a local builder to crush the remains of a knocked down garage, patio and concrete floor. The builder was more than happy as it was saving him the cost of removing the rubble via skips. The crushed rubble was then used on site to back fill a retaining wall and the remaining will be used to fill sub floors of the new extension. No need for skip hire costs or bought in aggregates from a quarry.
One of our Red Rhino 5000's was on hire to a local builder from the Stirling area who had knocked down a double garage to make room for a five bedroom extension. The remains of the rubble was left in the back garden with limited access to remove from site. This is where our mini crusher came into action and managed to crush and recycle the remains of the knocked down garage. The crushed material was then used on site for the groundworks,
Here are a few before and after pictures of a job recently completed in Dollar.
The client wanted us to lift and crush the existing mono block in front of their house and strip back some of their garden to make more room for parking. As you can see below the mono block was starting to sink and become unsightly.
The following steps were taken:
• Mono block lifted and crushed
• Ground levelled
• Topsoil on garden striped back
• Recycled crushed mono block levelled out
All the client needs to do now is cover the recycled mono block with a roll of membrane then their choice of decorative stone.
Our services managed to save the client the expensive cost of disposing the mono block and buying in quarry aggregate for their project.
Our client wanted extra car parking space at the front of their house, so we stripped back the garden and reused that topsoil to level another section of the garden for a kids play area. Whilst on site we demolished and crushed an old existing garage and reused some of the crushed material to subbase the new parking area.