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Suppliers of natural and recycled aggregates to Yorkshire & Humberside.

 
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WHO WE ARE

North East Aggregates Ltd are suppliers of natural and recycled aggregates covering the Yorkshire and Humber region, with offices based at North Cave, West of Hull.

The company is run by an experienced, professional team. We supply a wide range of aggregates, including decorative products into the construction industry including private/residential, businesses and civil engineering contractors.

North East Aggregates takes pride in offering quality aggregate materials whilst delivering a professional and efficient service.

 
 
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WHAT WE SUPPLY

 
North East Aggregates have a fleet of eight wheeler and articulated tippers carrying loads of approx 20 and 30 tonnes. We also deliver smaller loads (part load surcharge). We aim to deliver within 24 hours and supply the following aggregates:

 
Building Aggregates  • Type 1 Sub Base • Crusher Run • Pipe Bedding • Sharp / Grit Sand • Building Sand • Fill Sand • All in Ballast • Chalk

Building Aggregates
• Type 1 Sub Base
• Crusher Run
• Pipe Bedding
• Sharp / Grit Sand
• Building Sand
• Fill Sand
• All in Ballast
• Chalk

Decorative Aggregates  • Single Size Limestone • Single Size Granite • Single Size Gravels • Topsoil

Decorative Aggregates
• Single Size Limestone
• Single Size Granite
• Single Size Gravels
• Topsoil

Recycled Aggregates  • 6F5 Capping • Type 1 Sub Base • Recycled Pipe   Bedding • Recycled Building   Sand • Recycled Sharp Sand

Recycled Aggregates
• 6F5 Capping
• Type 1 Sub Base
• Recycled Pipe
  Bedding
• Recycled Building
  Sand
• Recycled Sharp Sand

 
 

CONTACT US

Interested in working with us? Fill out the form below and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. Alternatively, email us at info@northeastaggs.com

 
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Our Office

Crosslands Lane
North Cave, Brough
East Yorkshire, HU15 2PG

Opening Hours

Mon - Fri
7.30am - 5.30pm

Telephone

01430 888096

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