Hi everyone. It has been a while since we sent out a newsletter but there are a few things to update everyone about.
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Summer is just around the corner but not before Christmas is celebrated and holidays taken.
August 2017 The start of August this year will hopefully signal the end of a wet winter season. Fingers crossed that we can dry off a little and get back into work without needing a snorkel.
YOUR DIAMONDS ARE HERE! The Paving Slab Co. team are excited to introduce our new Diamond Pavers, available exclusively from The Paving Slab Co.
Hi Everybody Well, we don’t like to talk about the weather in every issue of “Paving the Way”, but I think we can all agree it has been a bit different!
This guide has been written and compiled for the home handyman. Following these instructions will help you achieve an excellent result that you will be proud of when laying stepping stones. However, for a truly professional finish, we suggest you contract a professional landscaper or paving contractor to do the job for you.
Winter is on the run and we have a couple of really exciting projects about to get underway next week. A polished coffee table for a lady that is being made to her choice of colour and size but the big one is a bench top 3.5metres long and 150mm thick.
8 Reasons Pavers are the Superior Surface Treatment There are many reasons why concrete pavers should be your first choice when it comes to surface finishes in the home garden! Here are just 8 reasons to choose pavers for your next hard surface.
Why you should think about what size Paving to be used around your home. There are a number of things that should be taken into account when choosing the size and spacing of paving around your home.
How do I know which type of paver to use for my application? When to choose Natural Stone Paving Natural Stone Paving refers to paving and stone that is from Nature. The majority of it is imported into New Zealand from countries such as Thailand, Indonesia, India and China.
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