Binder Loams builds another storage barn

After the success of our new storage barn built in 2013 for the storage of dry loam and topsoil, Binder Loams decided to go for another in 2014. With a capacity for over 3000 cubic meters of material, the barn built last year will be joined by an even larger brother with an impressive 4000 cubic meters of dry storage capacity, including our Ongar Loam™ cricket wicket dressing.

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We naturally air dry and process all of the loam and topsoil on site through the summer months ready for the end of season cricket renovations and our smaller screening shed has traditionally only been able to store a relatively modest amount of loam.

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Being restricted to how much loam we can produce because of lack of dry storage, we generally opted to leave the material in its virgin state in our large heaps and not even begin the process of producing the 4mm screened loam used to top dress and construct the cricket wickets.

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With the addition of the two barns our material can now be stored year-round in the same exacting quality our customers have come to expect and demand throughout renovation season. Although we can now dry store a decent amount of your cricket loam and topsoil, we hope the weather stays as glorious as is has been in June and July so far!

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The Binder Loams team

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