Fabric & Geotextiles

Weed Control Fabric

Common Uses

  • Weed Control
  • Pond Underlayment
  • Road Underlayment
  • Separation

Varieties Available

Contractor Weed

 

Polyspun, 10-year weed barrier.

Allows air, water and nutrients to pass through. Conserves soil moisture. Works great under bark, soil, rock and other organic materials for separation and weed suppression.

 

Available in: 4' x 50' Rolls, 8' x 300' Rolls, or 8' Cut to Length

 

 

Professional Weed

 

Polyspun, 15-year weed barrier.

Allows air, water and nutrients to pass through. Conserves soil moisture. Works great under bark, soil, rock and other organic materials for separation and weed suppression.

 

Available in: 6' x 100' Rolls, 6' x 300' Rolls, or 6' Cut to Length

 

 

Pro-Plus IV Weed Barrier

 

For Permanent landscape projects.

Woven and non-woven fabrics together for increased light blockage and weed preventions. Conserves soil moisture.

 

Available in: 12' x 250' Rolls, or 12' Cut to Length

 

 

SpunBond 2oz

 

Spunbond, 10-year fabric.

A commercial grade landscape fabric with high puncture resistance. It has high water flow creating excellent permeability.

 

Available in: 12' x 250' Rolls, or 12' Cut to Length

 

 

Non-Woven 4.5oz, 6oz or 8oz

 

Non-Woven geotextiles are needle-punched polypropylene fabrics which are non-biodegradable. They are produced to be high-strength and dimensionally-stable for applications such as road or pond underlayment.

 

Available in: 12.5' x 360' Rolls, or 12.5' Cut to Length

 

 

Woven SS5

 

Woven polypropylene geotextiles provide excellent puncture and tear-resistant strength. The primary use is soil separation over moderate subgrades.

 

Available in: 12.5' x 360' Rolls, or 12.5' Cut to Length

Application

Application

  1. Read product label thoroughly for installation instructions.
  2. If extreme conditions exist, consult an engineer for site specific recommendations.
  3. Start by preparing the project site. Clear sharp and large rocks that could puncture the fabric during installation.
  4. Unroll fabric and cut to desired length. Pull taut. If needed, anchor with fabric staples.
  5. Cover
Weed Control Fabric
Weed Control Fabric