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No matter the size of your garden or project, we provide an extensive range of landscaping supplies in both bulk and individual quantities. Sidestep those long supply chains with our reliable suppliers (who cater to domestic and commercial customers with nationwide delivery) and actualise your landscaping visions today. 

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Whether you have a trade account with us or you're simply a DIY enthusiast looking to dust off a one-off job, Materials Market is a one-stop shop that caters to all of your landscape needs.

At our company, excellence is the standard for the entire range of our product offerings, particularly so with our landscaping products. We offer a huge range of landscape supplies in three prime categories: decking, fencing and landscaping


Upgrade your outdoor space with our array of top-notch decking materials. Choose treated timber for its natural appeal or composite decking for reduced maintenance. 

With decks, you have an attractive option that surpasses stone patios in terms of comfort, cost-effectiveness, and convenience.

We sell a wide range of decking products from timber decking boards down to the required accessories to assist you in creating the perfect deck. 


Our premium range of garden fencing materials is a great way to ensure the security and protection of your property, while also safeguarding those closest to you - like children and pets. 

Not only will our fencing materials add value to your property but they'll also offer peace of mind - a priceless necessity within any home. 

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Without question, sand and aggregate products are fundamental to any building project. Aggregates form an essential part of creating concrete and mortar, used in a variety of ways such as constructing highways, walkways, parking lots, and runways at airports or railways. 

Aside from their functionality, aggregates can be used as decorative stones to bring your landscaping visions to life. 

We provide bulk bags of cement, gravel and ballast among other building sands to meet the needs of your construction project - big or small. What's more, we also ensure fast delivery so you can cut out the faff and crack on with no hold-ups. 

What's more, installing our railway sleepers into your garden is an excellent way to add unique aesthetics and texture - from the aged look of reclaimed timber to the fresh cuts of new sleepers. 

Timber sleepers have been a core element used by landscape gardeners for several decades due to their durability and versatility. With these natural-looking landscaping materials, you can construct retaining walls, flower beds, paths, and steps – bringing rustic charm wherever applicable!

Frequently Asked Gardens & Landscaping Questions

What Tools Do Landscapers Use? 

For any landscaper, particularly those in the lawn care business, essential tools such as shovels, rakes, pruners and more are a must-have.

What Is The Difference Between Softscapes & Hardscapes? 

Hardscapes - Producing a serene and stunning outdoor environment starts with hardscape design - the creative practice of constructing unique landscapes out of non-living materials. Most often, landscapers incorporate elements like timber fencing, rockeries, ponds, and stone pavers. These elements serve as the base for softscape landscaping elements such as vegetation and foliage.

Softscapes - Soft landscaping is the perfect way to bring beauty and life into your garden, with a range of natural decorative elements like plants, flower beds, hedges and turf. Whether you're keen on introducing vibrant colours or lush verdant greenery; soft landscaping can be that extra special touch that sets off all the man-made features in your garden.

What Are The Different Types of Timber? 

Softwoods: Softwood has become a popular option for various construction projects because it is lighter and more affordable than hardwoods. It's important to note, however, that softwood does not possess the same durability as hardwoods and therefore isn't suitable for applications where long-term wear and tear is an issue. Softwood is derived from gymnosperm trees such as conifers.

Hardwoods, such as oak and maple, are typically chosen for flooring due to their superior durability compared to softwood. Although initially more expensive than softwood decking options, hardwood often proves a more cost-effective choice in the long run given its greater longevity.

Engineered Woods: Engineered woods are created by combining different types of wood fibers to create a product that is stronger and more stable than solid wood. This makes them ideal for use in areas where moisture or temperature fluctuations could cause problems for solid wood products. 

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