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Gravel Stabilizer Grid

$2,817.53

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SKU LV-GP4X150
Color: Black

The Gravel Stabilizer Grids are made from 100% recycled plastic. Each roll measures 3.97’ x 149’ with hexagonal cells which are 2 ¼” across and 1” tall. This smaller cell provided by these grids allow for a very manageable stone size for infill using angular stones. The stones should be clean, washed, and uniform in size between 3/16" and 3/8". By using a smaller stone, your finished product will have a tidy look with plenty of strength to both walk and drive on. The Gravel Stabilizer Grids are also ADA compliant.


The Gravel Stabilizer Grids are available in four colors; black, grey, tan and red. They are also effective in reducing erosion and can be installed on up to a 10% grade.

Stakes are included with each roll.

Size: 4' x 150' (3.87' x 149')

Square Footage Per Roll: 577

Material Thickness: 1"

Stakes Included

Product Specifications

Product: NDS EZ Roll Gravel Paver

Unit Dimensions
: 4' x 150' (3.87' x 149')

Color Options: Black, Gray, Tan, Red

Square Footage Per Roll: 577

Material Thickness
: 1"

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Product Benefits

  • Empty cells have a compressive strength of 57,890 psf
  • Product ships in large rolls for easy roll-out
  • Stakes provided with each roll
  • Reduces demands put on landscape drainage system
  • Less expensive to maintain over time than traditional hardscaping
  • Permeable surfaces eliminate or reduce stormwater runoff
  • Stormwater filters naturally through subsurface, reducing pollutants
  • Water is conserved as gravel does not require irrigation for maintenance
  • Pavers are made of 100% recycled plastic

NDS Gravel Paver Shipping Time:

NDS orders typically ship same day if the order is placed before 12:00 noon EST. Transit times displayed in the map are listed in business days, are approximate and are specific to NDS products only. Transit days can increase up to a total of 5 business days if low stock is experienced at your closest warehouse (this is vary rare). The day that the order is shipped is not counted as a transit day.

The transit times displayed on the map are for standard ground shipping.

NDS Permeable Paver Brochure

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Installation Guide & Technical Information

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Additional Technical Information

EZ Roll Gravel Pavers Guide Specification 4 13 15
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EZflow EZdrain EZflow Gravel paver Detention
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EZ Roll Gravel Pavers Fire Heavy Load
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EZ Roll Gravel Pavers Light Load
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EZ Roll Gravel Pavers Medium Load
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EZ Roll Gravel Pavers Staking
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Infiltration Paver for Infiltration
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EZ Roll Gravel Pavers
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ADA Compliance Report: EZ Roll Gravel Paver ASTM-F 1951-08
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Case Studies

Case Studies
Case study: Golf course - Drainage - St. Louis Country Club - St. Louis, MO - EZflow Gravel-free French Drain
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Case study: Athletic field - Drainage - Bowmanville Field - Bowmanville, Ontario - EZflow Gravel-free French Drain
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Case study: Erosion control - La Canada Flintridge Golf Course - La Canada, CA - EZflow Gravel-free French Drain
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Case study: Foundation - Drainage - Lowry Condos - Denver, CO - EZflow Gravel-free French Drain
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Case study: Retaining wall - Drainage - Camp Nelson Camp - Nelson, CA - EZflow Gravel-free French Drain
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Tip: Our Gravel border edge has a L-shaped flange with a strong and uniform 90 degree edge that helps to provide a consistent edge along asphalt and gravel projects.

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Gravel Path Construction - An Overview

In comparison, light gravel is like white carpet, it looks great for a day or so and then looks tied and old while dark gravel hides imperfections like debris landing on gravel like dirt and fallen leaves. Using your creativity, you can build attractive paths making your many features such as the patio, cutting garden, and spigot more accessible while transporting you and your friends through the landscape. Unfortunately, paths can be expensive to build and maintain if left as bare dirt. A gravel path, if installed correctly can act as both a visually appealing and practical solution for your landscape. Unfortunately, many gardeners install gravel paths that do not live up to their expectations by forming uneven footing and a bed of weeds. The gravel is devoured by underlying soil and is never replaced making the paths very unattractive. Over the years, some gardeners have come up with solutions for these problems such as gravel sinking into the soil and gone forever.

By following some simple techniques, you can create a solid gravel path that will look great in just a few hours.

Gravel stabilizer grid

Grid for Stabilizing Gravel

1 – Planning Your Path

Use a flexible hose to mark the center line for the path using curves or straight lines to form the look you want. Define both outside edges using markers such as paint. Be creative and open up both ends of the path to create a welcoming touch.

While planning the path layout, keep an eye out for potential drainage problems. If your path will be running along a slope, you might have to install a drainpipe or a trench to prevent rain from ruining the gravel.

2 – Prepare The Area

You should not remove solid soil unless there is no alternative for connecting uneven spots or connecting your path to a paved surface. Ask your local stone yard for suggestions if you live in an area with heavy frost heaves as you might need to apply a layer of rock dust under the path.

After placing the gravel on top of the ground, be sure to remove perennial weeds, mulch, or soil that has been recently tilled in this area. Place down landscape fabric along the entire length of the path in order to separate the soil from the gravel. If you do not use a fabric barrier, foot traffic, and worm traffic will cause the mixing of soil and gravel. You need to hold the fabric in place using 5-inch long landscape staples.

3 – Use Bricks To Determine The Depth

As you start dumping the gravel, be sure to place s few 2-inch thick bricks on the landscape fabric every 4 to 6 feet to measure the depth of the path. Do not try to use a thin layer of gravel. You could end up with a bed of annual weeds if the thickness is less than 2 inches plus the landscape fabric will be in full sight.

4 – Smooth It Out

Smooth out the gravel using the back flat side of the gravel rake. The teeth side should only be used to grab and move large amounts of material. While raking, form a crown making sure it's slightly higher in the middle so rainwater cannot puddle. As you finish each section of gravel, remove the bricks.

5 – Stabilize The Path

If you are using rounded pebbles to create your path, spread a thin layer of 1/8 inch-deep layer rock dust, over the gravel in order to stabilize the pebbles. Work it in using the back side of the rake until the majority of the rock dust (screening) will not be visible. Over time, the rain will wash the rest down. If you are working with angular crushed gravel you do not need this step.

Make a smooth crown at the top of the path then tamp it down. Once again, go over the path using the back of the rake or use a push broom over the surface for a great look.

Talk to the people at your local stone yard to see if they can premix the river pebbles and screenings on-site. A ratio of 10 to 1 is perfect.

A deep layer of gravel will keep the weeds out. When seeds from winter annuals, like chickweed, land on gravel, they will trickle down into the depths of the path. Therefore, the depth of the path is critical. With at least 2 inches of gravel, seeds will probably not germinate.

If you have a thin layer of gravel, seeds will have access to light and can gather organic matter, germinate, and eventually take root in the fabric unless the seedlings are pulled as quickly as possible. Alternatively, you can utilize a gravel stabilizer grid which will create a very consistent surface and greatly reduce gravel migration.

Up Close of Gravel Grid

Gravel Grid in Parking Lot

Installing Gravel Stabilizer Grid

Gravel Grid Installation

Get important information from your local stone yard

It will protect you from mistakes that could cost you dearly by knowing the kind of gravel and how much you will need to complete the project.

Know ahead of time what gravel you will need

Generally, gravel comes in 2 sizes. The smaller gravel is good for paths (3/4 inch diameter) known as pea gravel but this term can be used for other sizes. You must be clear when placing an order (3/8-inch-diameter angular crushed gravel) or (3/8-inch-diameter rounded river gravel). It's actually a good idea to stay away from the term pea gravel. You can calculate the amount of gravel you will need using the equation below. You should always add a little more to the order to ensure you will have enough to finish the project.

Cubic yards = (length × width × height)÷27 Key

12 inches = 1 foot
27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard

You need to convert measurements taken in inches to feet before calculating cubic yards.