Over the two decades, there has been a rapid growth in the geotextile market as design consultants, contractors, property owners, and construction workers realized the effectiveness of the products. But more than its effectiveness, the use of this technology was also heavily reliant in the quality of the geotextile fabric being used. For instance, choosing and using the correct geotextile fabric is crucial as it serves as the foundation of strong gravel roads and driveways that last. In California, Sandbaggy is creating a change in the acquisition of road stabilization fabrics.
Founded by two brothers in California who are on a mission to cut out the middleman by bringing quality materials online, Sandbaggy just recently launched the toughest geotextile fabric yet. Known as the Sandbaggy Woven Geotextile Fabric, this product was engineered to last over 50 years – given that it is properly buried under at least three inches of gravel or mulch. Having been made with industrial grade 4oz woven polypropylene, it is rated for 200 pounds of tensile strength per sq inch, making it the toughest in its class and the best option to reinforce and stabilize soil. Compared to most fabrics in the market, it is also two times thicker. This fabric is also UV stabilized with added industry leading UV inhibitors for extended life under the Sun. It is also resistant against mildew and biological degradation, as well as other chemicals normally found in soil.
As a versatile fabric, the Sandbaggy Woven Geotextile Fabric is used for infrastructure and landscaping applications. It is great for road stabilization, landscaping and erosion protection. Not to mention it makes unpaved roads stable while extending their life by providing dimensional stability and delivering excellent load distribution. When Sandbaggy is added above the subgrade, less aggregate is required during construction. As for landscaping, the Sandbaggy fabric acts as a superior weed barrier for rock, mulch, stepping stone walkways and more. It can also be used for planting by simply using a pair of scissors, marking an “x” on the fabric, and then placing the plants through.
Sandbaggy Woven Geotextile Fabric is available in various lengths and can tackle the most complicated projects. They even offer free shipping and transparent pricing for their products.
By adding the Sandbaggy Woven Geotextile Fabric as an underlayment underneath pavers or gravel, roads will be stabilized. There will be no more bumpy roads from now on!
Choose what’s built to last and check out the toughest in its class. More information on Sandbaggy and their woven geotextile fabric can be found at https://sandbaggy.com/.
Sandbaggy is an American Christian-run company based in California that is trusted by government agencies, farmers, contractors, and homeowners across the United States in bringing high-quality erosion control, landscape supplies and road stabilization products directly online to consumers.