Concrete slabs Melbourne is one of the most environmentally-friendly construction materials available, featuring lower rolling resistance than other paving materials and less propensity for cracking or shifting.

Pavers are light-reflective materials, helping municipalities meet sustainability goals while increasing civic pride. Furthermore, concrete is composed of recycled material providing yet another advantage to this material choice.

Carpet Stones

Carpet stones offer an easy solution when it comes to speed and convenience; pre-set stones interlock for a cobble effect, making installation much faster; however, this convenience comes at a price.

Pavours and flagstones may be installed using the “dot-and-dab” method, where mortar is applied directly onto the underside of each slab before it is laid on top of them. Unfortunately, this leaves gaps that could crack under pressure from driving over it or an object, leaving voids which could crack or split under heavy loads like vehicles passing over it.

Shaded Pavers

Concrete pavers come in many shades. Installation professionals can press texture mats into wet concrete to customize its appearance further, with many people opting for concrete pavers resembling natural stone to complement their home’s design.

Concrete pavers tend to be less vulnerable to staining than other forms of paving, and any faded hues can easily be restored using water- or oil-based paints.

Woolly thyme thrives between concrete pavers in sunny locations. This drought-tolerant ground cover thrives, can tolerate light frost, and looks beautiful growing between pavers – adding color and character to any garden!

Stepping Stones

Stepping stones add texture and visual interest to gardens and landscaped areas while providing an accessible route through them. Available in different shapes and sizes to meet the design requirements of any outdoor space, stepping stones provide a textured walking surface while adding visual interest.

Stepping stone paths provide the ideal solution for unmulched planting beds, as they prevent dirt from entering your house while offering an enjoyable way to explore your garden.

Garden Edging

If you need an inexpensive garden edging material to define the boundaries of your lawn or planting beds, or an expensive option that offers long-term functionality in demanding outdoor environments, here’s a solution: use garden edging material! It provides effective definition of edges while remaining affordable and practical.

Concrete haunches provide an economical and long-term solution to keep edging stones in their proper positions. Once set, simply slot in edging stones following a string line – and once dry they will bond securely to both sand/gravel base beneath and pavers above, providing a finish strong enough to withstand most garden tools.

Outdoor Rugs

Outdoor rugs are an inexpensive and simple way to add style and color to any patio, deck, or balcony. Made to withstand outdoor conditions year-round and come in various weaves and structures for all year use; plus they’re mold and mildew resistant!

However, it’s essential that natural fiber rugs be regularly dried out to avoid moisture build-up that could lead to mildew growth and surface damage underneath them. You can do this by hanging your rug over a railing or fence on sunny days; doing this regularly will also prolong its life span; wet rugs can quickly degrade concrete or wooden deck surfaces beneath it.

Rustic Layout

Concrete pavers offer an abundance of design options that can meet both aesthetic preferences and practical requirements. Natural sandstone or riven stone paving slabs may offer unparalleled beauty, rustic charm and require extensive maintenance.

However these may also be more costly options than others. Our Cotto Gold paving tile features slightly irregular edges and color variation for an authentic clay bisque look perfect for Old World-inspired gardens or Haciendas-style homes.

Concrete walls are tested by both UL and FM for fire resistance ratings, with each wall assembly bearing its own UL or FM approval code. This rating shows how long a structure can withstand an outbreak before beginning to suffer damage from fire damage.