Do you deliver to my area?

We deliver to most to main land UK. Please see our "Delivery Information" page for a full list of delivery postcodes and delivery methods.

Delivery Information

How large are your bulk bags?

Most of our bulk bags are 900 litres which is a bit less than a cubic meter.

Do you deliver loose?

No, we do not deliver any products loose. All our products are bagged.

How much do your bags cost?

Please select a product then enter your delivery postcode to see our best prices to your area. Delivery charge will be added at checkout.

How many bags do I need?

Please use our Bag Calculator to calculate how many bags you will require.

Bag Calculator

How soon can you deliver?

Standard delivery via our pallet courier typically takes 3-5 working days. Once we have despatched the items, the courier will contact you to book a convenient day to deliver.


Delivery Options

How large is your delivery vehicle?

Bags delivered via our pallet courier are typically delivered on a 7.5t vehicle (similar size to a dust cart).

For more detailed delivery information please visit our Delivery Information page

Delivery Information

Can your crane lift over my house/car/fence?

Unfortunately we can not crane bags over cars, houses or fences! The driver will always do their best to leave the bags in the best position. 

Can your driver carry the bags through my house and into my back garden?

Unfortunately not. The bulk bags are too heavy to carry by hand. Once offloaded from the delivery vehicle, you'll need to arrange to emptying the bag into your garden.

Please see our Delivery Information for details

Delivery Information

I have a gravel driveway and my order is being delivered via a pallet courier, will they be able to put the bags on my driveway?

No, unfortunately the pallet trollies need a hard surface to unload onto as they are unable to manoeuvre on gravel surfaces. Whilst the delivery drivers always do their best to delivery where you would like them to, we can only guarantee delivery to kerbside.

I have dug over my old soil and mixed in compost, now there's a few mushrooms growing. Help!

This is fantastic news as it shows the micro-organisms in the soil are starting to thrive as they feed off the compost, in return releasing lots of nutrients for your plants. Different conditions could simulate various fungi to grow, just rake them over and they will soon disappear.