Sand2021-07-29T08:49:26+10:00

Sand

HADDENS offer an excellent selection of the most widely used sands for all your building and landscaping needs. From different shades of brickie sand through to the best washed sand, all are available in loose tip, bulka bag or bags.

Sand is used for a wide range of building and landscaping projects. Whether you’re paving, concreting, laying bricks or tiling or simply creating a backyard sandpit, Haddens has the right sand for your job.

If you are unsure of the difference between each type of sand and uncertain of which one will suit your particular purpose, please contact our helpful staff. You can also visit our yards at Thornbury or Whittlesea and purchase sand directly or we can deliver same day.

  • Solid plastering and render, mixed at a ratio of 4 parts sand, 1 part cement.
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  • Known as a fatty sand. Ideal use brickwork and stone work when a light coloured mortar is required. Can be used as a base when installing pond lines or above ground pool, be advised that as this is a natural product, slight colour variations may occur from time to time.
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  • Sometimes referred to as fatty sand. Mainly used for mortaring brick or stone work and for laying under pool linings.Standard mix for mortar is 6:1 (6 parts sand to 1 part cement).
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  • Foundations for house slabs work and under water tanks.*Not for Paving
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  • Turf sand is used in the establishment of new lawns where damage is a factor. It is used mostly on football ovals eg: MCG, football ovals and golf courses. Contains free drainage properties combined with organic manners
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  • White washed sand is also known as sharp or concrete sand. A free draining sand which can be used for concrete mix, tiling, under paving and for childrens' sand pits.Can also be used to top dress new instant lawn, especially buffalo and existing lawn.
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  • Sometimes referred to as fatty sand. Mainly used for mortaring brick or stone work and for laying under pool linings. White brick sand gives a lighter mortar colour.Standard mix for mortar is 6:1 (6 parts sand to 1 part cement).
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