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The root of the problem. Trees and large shrubs require substantial amounts of water, and as soils dry around the root systems they will naturally extend and grow in the direction of soil moisture. For more information, please contact us now. Root Barrier, Unit2, 44 Telford St, Virginia Qld 4014, AU, Ph: 1300 13 66 44, http://rootbarrier.com.au/

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Keep the roots out and the moisture in with rhizome barrier

Introducing the most cost

effective cut-off wall in the

business.

The root of the problem.

Trees and large shrubs

require substantial

amounts of water, and as

soils dry around the root

systems they will naturally

extend and grow in the

direction of soil moisture.

Introducing Root Barrier –

the cost effective way to

prevent root and moisture

stabilisation. This light

weight plastic shield (just

0.75mm thick) is especially

designed to form an

impenetrable barrier

against tree roots and

excessive moisture and

damp.

Keep The Roots Out And The Moisture In

With Rhizome Barrier

The root of the problem. Trees and large shrubs require substantial

Rhizome barrier is also

very economical when

compared to available

alternatives.

amounts of water, and as soils dry around the root systems they will

naturally extend and grow in the direction of soil moisture. This problem,

especially when combined with reactive (clay) soils can cause substantial

damage to the foundation of buildings, walls, pathways and roads. The

Root Barrier

National distribution

Warehouse

Unit2, 44 Telford St

Virginia Qld 4014, AU

Ph: 1300 13 66 44, +61 7

3865 8737

http://rootbarrier.com.au/

proven method, often recommended by an engineer, is to construct a

vertical cut-off wall usually a minimum of one metre from the footings.

rhizome barri


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