Grab Lorry Hire Services
At VIP Grab Hire we consider ourselves to be one of the leading providers of Grab Hire, Muck Away, Groundworks and Site Clearance in Berkshire and The Home Counties.
Berkshire is abbreviated as Berks and it’s a county in south east England, west of London and is one of the home counties. It was recognised by the Queen as the Royal County of Berkshire in 1957 because of the presence of Windsor Castle. The county has a population of over 905,800 people. 19 of Britain’s 52 Prime Ministers have been educated at Eton College with David Cameron the latest from that list.
Grab hire provides the perfect service to combat this and the removal of materials such as building supplies. Our grab trucks have extendable arms, meaning that our drivers can access these areas with ease – helping to provide an efficient service. We consider ourselves to be experts in muck away and we have a waste disposal solution that is proven to be time effective and offers great value for money. This service is perfect if you require the removal of a large amount of agricultural waste – perhaps you’re rebuilding or extending your office complex? At VIP our muck grab trucks will ensure an efficient and cost-effective process. Our experience in groundwork services means we can offer groundwork solutions such as: footing or new builds/extensions and complex draining and ditching.
We offer a range of all clear site services and our extensive site clearance service in conjunction with our expert knowledge within waste disposal makes VIP Grab Services the ideal solution to a range of development terrains that need site clearance.
Crushed concrete is an aggregate composed of clean crushed concrete and brick. The size of this aggregate varies from 75mm down to 40mm.
Sharp sand is typically made from ground rocks and is sometimes referred to as builders sand as its ideal for laying blocks, paving and patios.
Ballast refers to a mixture of sand and gravel that is used to make concrete. Generally, the size of the grains/stones vary from 0.1mm upwards to 20mm.
There are two different types of gravel which are 10mm and 20mm. 10mm gravel, also known as ‘pea gravel’ is primarily used for decorative purposes and drainage.
Topsoil is defined by the top 2-7 inches of soil that has the greatest organic content. Organic matter is what is left after plant roots and leaves.
Building Sand is a finer grade than sharp sand with smaller particles. It’s often mixed with water and cement to make mortar for laying bricks, patio slabs and blocks.
MOT Type 1 is a sub base that is formed using recycled crushed concrete and consists of rubble of varying size. It compacts well to form a solid base which makes it an ideal sub-base.
This sand is used to fill the joints of block paving and paving slabs. By filling the joints with paving sand you keep the structure of the paving rigid and strong.