Concrete pavers create an elegant ambience at the entrance of your home, instantly impressing visitors and passers-by alike. Add some architectural flair to your home! Who wouldn’t like the well-defined look of stylish paths and sophisticated garden spaces? The best way to create lasting paths is by using concrete pavers.
Travertine pavers should laid on a concrete base. Before you lay your travertine pavers: Have the concrete ready first- Sweep off any loose pieces so that the surface is completely smooth. Any mould or mildew present must be removed.
Concrete pavers add value to your property. Concrete is known for its durability and that makes it an ideal material for patios; however it is very important to seal concrete pavers to ensure its longevity. Here are few simple tips to help you seal your concrete pavers
1. The Look- First things first, do you like the pavers? Take home a sample to see how the paver’s colour blends and/or contrasts with the design and colour of your house. If you don’t love how it looks, return the sample and take home a different sample!
Because one of its many charms is that it evolves over time, bluestone develops a characteristic patina as it ages. The bluestone palette includes earthtones, greens, lilac and of course blues. The colours in the bluestone pavers are dependent on the quarry they are sourced from, and what depth they are cut from. Our bluestone is sourced from a quarry […]
Advantages: Bluestone is economical and comes in varied sizes, shapes and designs. They are easy to install. Their rough texture not only gives a nice appearance but it is also safe. It could be used around pool areas as well. Since it is a high density material, it can withstand harsh weather conditions as well as heavy foot traffic.
Granite pavers can be cleaned with warm water and mild detergent without putting in much effort; however, the size of the area and the amount of foot traffic has to be taken into consideration as well.