Thursday, December 12, 2013

Find a Gravel-Lok dealer in your area

Finding a local Gravel-Lok dealer is even easier now that we have added a dealer map to our website. You can search by zip code and  easily locate dealers on the map by location. Check it out here -

Friday, October 18, 2013

2013 Hardscape North America Tradeshow

Check out Gravel-Lok next week at Hardscape North America Tradeshow at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky October 24-25, 2013. (also for dealers October 23). We'll be at Booth #2178

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Decorative Drainage

Are you tired of boring drainage grates or stones that continually wash away?


Friday, August 2, 2013

Lock it in place with Gravel-Lok!

Do you have messy, loose gravel under your deck?

SOLUTION:  Lock it in place with Gravel-Lok!

·     Clean up the yard- Avoid wash out and run off.  Take your problematic loose gravel area and turn it into a bonded, durable,  natural stone surface using Gravel-Lok.

·     Create extra utility space – Gravel-Lok bonded surfaces are great for storing patio furniture, lawn equipment, etc.

·     Easy application- Mix Gravel-Lok with your choice of decorative stone and tamp smooth. (

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3…..Please consult Cell-Tek Geosynthetics
for FREE SAMPLES, pricing, product details and technical support!


Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Gravel-Lok Brochure 2013

Here is our current Gravel-Lok Brochure updated for 2013. To download a pdf version CLICK HERE. To request a printed version call 888-851-0051.

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Rain gardens combine form and function

Each time it rains, large quantities water flows off impermeable surfaces such as roofs, driveways and patios. On its way to nearest storm drain, it collects garden chemicals, oils, dirt and bacteria which in many cases end up directly in nearby rivers or other bodies of water. These chemicals can have a devastating effect on the organisms, fish and wildlife that call the river home. Rain gardens can prevent some of this water from reaching the storm drain in the first place, creating healthier waterways.
A rain garden is nothing like a water garden, pond or wetland, in fact the majority of the time it’s dry. Planted in a small depression, the garden contains native shrubs, perennials and flowers and is most often found on a natural slope. The garden only holds water for a short period of time during and immediately after it rains. The advantage of a rain garden is that it allows the collection of rainwater so that it can slowly percolate into the ground, recharging underground aquifers. The gardens have been proven effective at removing 90 per cent of chemicals from rainwater runoff and up to 80 per cent of sediments, neither of which we want flowing into our rivers and streams.
This excerpt is from a recent post on the St. Albert Leader's website. Go Here for the full article:
Also remember to check out Gravel-Lok for your stone scaping projects. It bonds natural stones in place but still allows water to pass through creating a beautiful, permeable surface.


Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Chesapeake Bay Foundation on Maryland Rain Tax: Time to own up - Washington Times

"The Rain Tax essentially charges homeowners for any surface of land they own that does not absorb rainwater. The ultimate goal, according to My Fox, is to reduce storm-water runoff and improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay."

Chesapeake Bay Foundation on Maryland Rain Tax: Time to own up - Washington Times