Crushed Brick Warrington

Crushed Brick Warrington

Do you need crushed brick in Warrington? Grundy & Co Excavations Ltd can help.

As leaders in the excavations and recycled aggregates industry, we are proud to supply 6F2 crushed brick from our yard in Widnes, which is less than 20-minutes from Warrington.

We provide some of the most competitive rates in the area and accommodate the needs of clients in the town centre and surrounding suburbs.

If you’d like to enquire about our crushed brick aggregates in Warrington, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 0151 257 8816.


Affordable aggregates for Warrington-based projects

Crushed brick is a recycled material that’s made from the leftover bricks at construction and demolition sites. Though it’s typically used as ground cover, landscaping, and filler, it can also be used as a sub-base for drainage, patio, and driveway construction.

As a result of no new raw materials being required, 6F2 crushed brick costs less to manufacture. These cost savings can be passed on to customers – allowing you to purchase the aggregate you need without breaking the bank.

Another great thing about using crushed brick in Warrington is that you make the most of materials that would otherwise be dumped at the landfill. This not only puts less strain on landfill sites, but also helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, too. You can trust that you’re using top-quality aggregates whilst doing your bit for the environment and keeping your costs low.


Take advantage of crushed brick delivery in Warrington

Here at Grundy & Co, we have been delivering crushed brick across Warrington for many years. We will be more than happy to supply the quality and quantity you need for an affordable price.

To ensure the smooth delivery of crushed brick in Warrington – even in restricted areas – we use our reliable 8-wheel tipper trucks, to save you the trouble of finding your own means of offloading aggregate.

Our friendly team is always on hand to help, and we will do everything we can to ensure you get the aggregate you need, when you need it, without any hassle.

If you’d like to know more about our crushed brick aggregates in Warrington, or to discuss your requirements in further detail with an expert, you’re welcome to get in touch at any time.

Either speak to us directly by calling 0151 257 8816 or drop us an email at, and we’ll respond to your query as soon as possible.


Frequently Asked Questions

Whether you work in construction or landscaping, crushed brick can have a variety of uses in both industries, including:

• Road sub-fill

• Filler for potholes

• Hardcore sub-base for drainage, patios, and driveways

• Piling mat filling

• Landscaping

• General backfill

• Ground cover

So, whether you need one tonne or 12 tonnes for your project in Warrington, look no further than Grundy & Co!

To find out more about our recycled crushed brick why not browse our additional FAQs or give us a call on 0151 257 8816 and have a chat with our team today?

Grundy & Co Excavations Ltd supplies a range of recycled aggregates across the North West, including Warrington, St Helens, Liverpool, and beyond.

So, rather than browsing online for ‘the best crushed brick price near me,’ why not ask Grundy & Co first?

By recovering and processing all recovered aggregates at our yard in Widnes and then delivering them to projects across the county, we can offer you high-quality aggregates at a competitive price.

For a crushed brick quote by the tonne, fill in the enquiry form on the right-hand side of your screen or email us at and we’ll get back to you with a bespoke quote and a selection of possible delivery dates.

If you are new to aggregates and construction, it can be hard to know how much crushed brick you will need for your project. And even if you are an old hand, it’s always worth double-checking so you don’t get it wrong!

To calculate how much you need, use cubic yards, and complete the following calculation:

Multiply the length (L), by the width (W), by the height (H), and divide the final number by 27.

This final number will tell you exactly how many cubic yards of crushed brick you will need – so you can call us and order with confidence.

If you are still a bit nervous about the calculations, our experienced team can help you with your order – just use our quick contact form or email us at and we’ll call you back to discuss your needs.

Depending on the needs of your project and the layout of our site, it can be better to choose loose-tipped over bagged crushed brick, or vice versa.

So, which is best for you?

People often choose bagged aggregates if they have limited storage space and would like to be able to move all of the aggregates to a different location in the coming weeks.

Others choose loose-tipped aggregates if they need a substantial quantity of goods and have a specific main storage area.

No matter how you need your crushed brick in Warrington delivered, reach out to Grundy & Co today – you can call us on 0151 257 8816 or fill in the contact form on your screen and we’ll be in touch to complete your order.

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    Product Spec Application
    Fine Sand 0-4mm Blinding, Trench Fill, Ducting
    Coarse Sand 0-6mm Concrete, Block paving, Flagging
    10mm Pipe Bedding 6-10mm Drainage
    20mm Pipe Bedding 10-20mm Drainage
    40mm Pipe Bedding 20-40mm Drainage, Filter Drain
    6 x 4 20-80mm Capping, Starter Layer
    Filter Cake (Clean Clay) n/a Lining Ponds, Canals, Landfills

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