Stone Chipping & Decorative Aggregates

McMonagle Stone offers high quality decorative chipping and aggregates for garden and landscape projects. We have an extensive range of natural stone chippings ideal for patios, pathways, driveways, flower beds and garden borders. 

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  1. Pink Granite Chipping
    New

    Pink Granite Chipping

    €121.20
    Per Unit , (Exc. VAT)
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  2. Purple Pebble 14 - 20mm
    New

    Purple Pebble 14 - 20mm

    €90.00
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  3. Black Ice Chipping
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    Black Ice Chipping

    €176.40
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  4. Gold Donegal Quartzite Stone Chippings

    Gold Donegal Quartzite Stone Chippings

    €45.10
    Per Bulk Bag, (Exc. VAT)
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  5. Rose Gold Quartzite Stone Chipping

    Rose Gold Quartzite Stone Chipping

    €75.40
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  6. Plum Slate Mulch

    Plum Slate Mulch

    €94.10
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  7. Brown Shingle Stone Chipping

    Brown Shingle Stone Chipping

    €137.30
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  8. Flamingo Pebbles

    Flamingo Pebbles

    €189.90
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  9. Scottish Beach Pebbles

    Scottish Beach Pebbles

    €145.30
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  10. Fine Sand

    Fine Sand

    €51.10
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  11. Aggregate Stabilisation Grid 129
    Reduced

    Aggregate Stabilisation Grid 129

    €9.00
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In operation for over 45 years, McMonagle Stone are experts in producing and sourcing decorative gravel for garden and landscape projects of all sizes and designs. The smallest addition of natural stone in the form of garden stones, beach pebbles, aggregates or decorative chipping will not only enhance the aesthetic appearance of your project but also add value to your property. For those who are unsure, aggregates or stone chipping are crushed stone. Rocks are crushed in quarries and then... Read More