Gravel Grids & Gravel Stabilisation for Paths GRAVEL STABILISATION GRIDS FOR PATHWAYS

Nidagravel 129 - Honeycomb Gravel Stabilisation System
Our Nidagravel 129 gravel grids hold gravel in place permanently within honeycomb cells in a handy small format sheet size. Nidagravel 129 gravel retention grids are the smallest size gravel grids in our range, making them ideal for small to medium projects and DIY installation. These grids were designed for installing gravel pathways, patios, small gravel areas, and small to medium driveways or the creation of an additional parking space. For larger projects and driveways it is usually quicker to install our larger grids, Nidagravel 130 and 140. The sheet dimensions of Nidagravel 129 grids are 1.2m long x 0.8m wide. These dimensions used either widthways or longways are ideal for standard path widths, making gravel pathway installation very quick without the need for excessive cutting of the grids. If you do need to trim your gravel grids to fit, this is easy to do with various tools - we recommend using a small angle grinder. At just under 1 sqm (0.96 sqm per sheet to be precise) these smaller gravel mats are light in weight and easy to handle, making them ideal for projects with restricted access, such as roof gardens, rear gardens with no side access or small gardens where handling a larger sheet size would be awkward or difficult. With a thickness of 29mm, Nidagravel 129 grids might be small, but they are still extremely strong when filled with gravel or any angular decorative aggregate of your choosing. Create firm and stable gravel surfaces in your garden with Nidagravel 129 grids. They will make pushing your wheelbarrow down that long winding gravel path a breeze - perfect for your next garden project.


Nidagravel grid paths and patios of all sizes are installed by both professional contractors and self installers all over the UK
From Truro to Telford, Esher to Edinburgh, Nantwich to Norwich, and everywhere in between our customers are stabilising their gravel pathways, patios and small driveways using Nidagravel 129 gravel retention grids and enjoying the many benefits of a high-performance and low-maintenance, stable gravel surface. There are far too many projects to show on this page, but here are a few photos of our customer's pathway and garden projects. You can view more gravel patio and pathway photos in our gravel grid gallery.

If you have an old concrete or tarmac pathway that you would like to refurbish using Nidgravel grids or need an extra parking space or have a garden design and landscaping project in mind that includes gravel surfaces then you may need the services of a professional contractor experienced in laying Nidagravel gravel grids. Use our Contractor Link to search for a contractor in your area and get your Nidagravel grid project started today.

Use Nidagravel 129 gravel grids for the following applications:
  • Straight and curving garden pathways
  • Gravel patios and seating area
  • Roof gardens
  • Small gardens and courtyards
  • Small to medium residential driveways
  • Bases for summer houses and garden sheds
  • Gravel, alpine and Japanese gardens
  • Creation of a single parking space or extending a driveway

  • Benefits of Nidagravel 129 honeycomb gravel grids:
  • Provides a stable and firm gravel surface
  • Wheelchair friendly gravel surface for paths, patios, and driveways
  • Ideal surface for enabling disabled access around gardens
  • 100% Free draining allowing rainwater to drain away naturally
  • SuDS compliant surface which requires no additional drainage work
  • Low maintenance gravel surface requiring little effort to keep it looking neat and tidy
  • Lightweight and easy to handle - perfect for small projects and DIY installation
  • Attractive and natural path surface


    Take a look at our latest Nidagravel gravel path grid video - 'How to create gravel pathways using Nidagravel'
    Our Nidagravel gravel grids get called all sorts of different names, including gravel trays, gravel mats, gravel mesh, honeycomb stabilisers, and gravel retention grids - we just call them gravel grids! However you like refer to our gravel stabilisation system, this 'how-to' video will show you what's involved in laying a Nidagravel grid pathway and the steps involved from starting the project and deciding on your sub-base depth, leveling and compacting the base, laying the grids and filling them with gravel. Our gravel reinforcement system is quick and easy to install and does a great job of effectively stabilising your gravel pathway, keeping your gravel in place permanently, and making it a pleasure to use.

    Customer Reviews
    After you have watched our gravel pathway grid 'how-to' video, please take a moment to read what just a few of our satisfied customers from across the UK have to say about how effective our Nidagravel grids are at stabilising their gravel paths and about our delivery and customer service.
    Click here to read our customer reviews

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