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    Antique Timber Beams from Jersey Building

    February 26, 2014

    Lightloads.je is pleased to have salvaged 28 incredible Oregon pine / Douglas Fir beams from the current demolition of a historic town property. All measuring an approximate 6.5 metres x 225 mm x 125 mm (21ft 4ins x 10ins x 5 ins) these were originally hand edged with an Adze. This is a rare opportunity […]

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    Monumental Job: Uplands Apartments

    February 12, 2014

    How about this for a cargo?! I got asked today to go and collect some ‘stone art’ for a local building project. A carved piece of Kilkenny stone. When I got to the docks it was well cased up in timbers on a pallet….and quite a weight too. I thought, “fair enough”….I’ll deliver to site […]

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    Vintage Cobbles for Vintage Cars

    February 1, 2014

    Pictured inset is a vintage 1930’s Fraser Nash BMW on an also vintage 200 sq metre bed of cobbles. The recently completed work at a substantial St Brelade’s residence, provides a stunning courtyard and garaging area for 3 concours vintage cars. We were delighted to supply the cobbles for this prestigious project. Lightloads.je continues to […]

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    Lightloads.je supplies 500 tonnes of French Reclaimed Granite Cobbles to Jersey Projects.

    October 17, 2013

    Earlier this week LIGHTLOADS.JE  chartered the Normandy Trader to freight back a further 75 tonnes of cobbles for projects currently being undertaken in the Island. This brings the total shipped to Jersey by Lightloads  in the last 12 months to 500 tonnes. The projects for which they’re being used include complete driveways, parking areas, kerbing, pathways […]

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    Blue limestone flags available now in Jersey

    August 21, 2013

    Lightloads.je has currently in stock 40 sq metres of  particularly good quality ‘blue lime’ flagstones recently salvaged from an old paved area in the UK. Each flag measures approximately 610 mm x 460 mm x 60 mm thick ( 2 ft x 1 ft 6ins x 2.5 ins) These flagstones have a beautifully  ‘foot worn’ […]

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    Lightloads’ truck mate has gone

    August 15, 2013

    I thought I’d post this sad news item as a result of all the questions I’m being asked as I go about my deliveries this week as to where my mate Izzy has gone.  Sadly at only 23 months old, she died suddenly in the early hours of Monday morning having developed a severe stomach […]

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    Victorian Staffordshire Reds Stable Bricks

    July 27, 2013

    Similar to the Staffordshire Blue pavers we advertised and sold a few weeks back, these diamond pattern pavers have recently been reclaimed from the stables of an early 19th century house where they’d been laid in Victorian times. It’s particularly rare to find these in red. There are 270 in total and all are in […]

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    Lightloads.je JUMBO BAGS

    July 10, 2013

      FIBC Bulk Bag Collection / Delivery / Dump Service Bulk bags are  brilliant for the carriage of firewood, soil, sand, aggregates, brick, rubble, granite, garden and burnable waste etc. Flexible Immediate Bulk Containers or FIBCs as they are known are an ideal solution for home improvement projects because they fold flat and compact and […]

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    Cobbles, Bricks and Sleepers

    June 16, 2013

    What a busy summer it’s turning out to be, with items leaving the yard almost as soon as they arrive! Currently in stock I have over 300 sleepers, 20 tonnes of cobbles, 6 crates of cobble slices and over 10,000 Jersey bricks. Special orders keep coming in and we’ve  recently supplied cut to size green […]

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    Staffordshire Blue Stable Bricks For Sale

    May 26, 2013

    Lightloads.je is pleased to have salvaged 735 Staffordshire Blue  flooring bricks from an old farm stable in St Peter that’s currently under development. Staffordshire Blues were originally made in the Midlands from local red clay. Kilned at high temperature in a low oxygen reducing atmosphere the brick takes on a deep blue colour and attains […]

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