Materials & Aggregates

Here at J.Hearnden, we offer complete professionalism, and a service tailored to the needs of all of our highly valued customers.

We have a wide range of aggregates on offer, including soils and gravel. We are the leading supplier of primary aggregates and recycled materials spanning across Dartford, Bexleyheath, Greenwich, Bexley, Erith, Crayford, Welling, Belvedere, Sidcup, Blackfen, Barnehurst, New Eltham, Plumstead, Charlton, Thamesmead and Abbey Wood.


We supply both primary and recycled aggregate. Primary aggregate contains new materials straight from the quarry that have not been used before, whereas recycled materials have been cleaned and repurposed for a new use. People may use aggregate for garden decor like flowerbeds or driveways instead of soil.

We plan to ensure there is a balance between the demand for raw materials and the protection of the environment. We encourage the use of recycled materials where possible.

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Examples of primary aggregates:

  • Shingles
  • Granite
  • Limestone
  • Sand

Examples of recycled aggregates:

  • Crushed concrete
  • Oversized crushed concrete
  • Tarmac planings
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Topsoil is the upper layer of soil, usually between 2 to 8 inches in depth. If you have poor soil in your garden you may want to begin planting veg or laying turf. J.Hearnden can help! Buying fresh topsoil will ensure your plants will thrive. We offer a range of topsoil qualities, enquire here for top British standard soil. Depending on what you need the topsoil for we are always happy to provide advice and guidance on which quality will be best suited to your needs.

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