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Cheapest place to buy stones/bricks for retaining garden wall

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Looking for some ideas of places to buy stones/bricks/blocks to build a retaining wall. Have already had a look at B&Q and Wickes - wanting to compare prices. Ideally somewhere online. We ne…
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Looking for some ideas of places to buy stones/bricks/blocks to build a retaining wall.

Have already had a look at B&Q and Wickes - wanting to compare prices. Ideally somewhere online.

We need to build a small retaining wall for the bottom of our garden, which is on a slope (so we can level off with soil). It will only need to be 1-2ft high max and about 20ft long.
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Daft as it sounds look on ebay locally, people sometimes have some left over from jobs/projects, you can get them cheap that way!
#2
ring the company's / people who rent out the skips sure they would have some.
#3
have u tried freecycle? i get mail offering bricks at least once a week round here
#4
Have had a look on eBay and only found 1 remotely suitable @ £30 per square yard. Is that a good price?

Sometimes see bricks on freecycle - may post a wanted.
#5
tatemze
have u tried freecycle? i get mail offering bricks at least once a week round here


On ours they dont come up that often, what are are you?

TUSSFC
Have had a look on eBay and only found 1 remotely suitable @ £30 per square yard. Is that a good price?

Sometimes see bricks on freecycle - may post a wanted.


per square yard? sounds more like block paving?

again try freecycle you may get lucky!
#6
harlzter
tatemze
have u tried freecycle? i get mail offering bricks at least once a week round here


On ours they dont come up that often, what are are you?



blackpool
banned#7
I just bought a load from Selco - Engineering bricks at 16p each.
#8
yep selco but u need to convince them ur trade
#9
Have you tried your local builders merchants ?

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