The pavers we install are sourced from the finest and most trusted manufacturers of brick, block, cobble and flagstone paving. Before we put our name to a paving installation we make sure that we have the best quality pavers and materials to work with. The suppliers we deal with all have excellent track records. They produce the type of quality-guaranteed products that we are comfortable offering our clients.
We do not have an alliance with any particular paving manufacturer, enabling us to give completely unbiased paving advice. It is based on our actual experience with the product, our vast industry knowledge gained over many years and from the feedback we get from our clients.
Not all pavers are suitable for all types of paving installations.
Our Business Representatives and Project Managers will guide you with their expert product knowledge so you will be sure to choose the right paver for your commercial paving, or residential paving installation; whether you are in Johannesburg Central, Johannesburg South, The West Rand, Sandton, Randburg, Roodepoort, Midrand, Centurion, Cape Town, Somerset West, Stellenbosch or Paarl.
Certain types of pavers are ideal for driveway paving, others aren’t. The same applies to other installations, like patio paving, pool surround paving, courtyard and pathway paving. The suitability of a paver for a commercial paving installation is dependent on various aspects such as the volume, frequency and type of vehicle traffic, or foot traffic, that the paving will be exposed to.
The price of paving per square meter depends on a number of factors. Our Business Representatives and Project Managers won’t mislead you – they will ask all the right questions to provide you with an accurate estimate for the paving services you need.
There are a myriad of different options to choose from when selecting a paver for your particular paving installation.
Further below is a selection of some of the brick, block, cobble & flagstone paving from our trusted suppliers and examples of what they look like when installed. All pavers we supply and install are SABS approved, or tested in-house and certified, to ensure the highest manufacturing quality standards are adhered to.
It is important to obtain expert paving advice from an experienced and professional paving company who understands the technical aspects of the product and how it must be installed; not only the aesthetics. Longevity is one of the most important considerations of your paving project and it should not be compromised. Bear in mind that an expensive paver installed badly will not last a year, but a cheaper product installed properly and correctly should last decades.
With the vast array of clay pavers, cement pavers and simulated stone pavers on the market and the professional guidance to assess each option, you are bound to find a paver that will look great, suit your budget and be perfect for your particular paving installation.
Our experts will guide you through the various paver options whilst taking into consideration all the factors that play a role in the final product you choose, such as:
- The purpose of the area – what it is mainly going to be used for;
- The condition of the surface onto which the paving will be installed (proper preparation is vital to a successful paving installation);
- The load-bearing requirements of the paving installation;
- Water flow and drainage.
Contact us for the best and unbiased paving advice, expert solutions, stylish designs, professional paving quotes and quality guaranteed workmanship available in the SA paving industry today.
Please note that we may not be able to assist you if the minimum quantity/size/scope of the work you require is too small.
We reserve the right to charge a fee for a site assessment depending on the scope and the nature of the work. We will NOT CHARGE anything before we have discussed it with you.
Pavers come in bricks, blocks, cobbles, flagstones and slabs and within each of these broad paving types there are further options in terms of size, finish and colour. Furthermore in some instances, like cobble paving, you get dry cast and wet cast pavers and they differ in both appearance and technical attributes. Pavers can have straight, or bevelled, edges and are available in different textures ranging from smooth to an exposed aggregate finish. Each type of paver has pros and cons, all of which will be covered in detail with you during the conversation with our Business Representatives and Project Managers.
The vast range of brick, block, cobble & flagstone paving available today means that you can be very creative with the design of your paving installation.
Whatever your preference and specific requirements, we will provide you with expert paving advice to help you make an informed decision when choosing the best paving solution from all those available.
Popular Paving Patterns
There are a few industry standard laying patterns, namely Stretcher Bond, Square Bond also known as Stack Bond, Random Bond, 45 Degree Herringbone, 90 Degree Herringbone and Basketweave. The basic laying pattern can have multiple shapes in one design which makes it more intricate and therefore unique to your property.
CLAY BRICK PAVERS
CEMENT PAVERS – BRICKS, BLOCKS, COBBLES AND SLABS (EXTRA LARGE PAVER BLOCKS)
SIMULATED STONE ALSO KNOWN AS FLAGSTONE PAVERS
*Disclaimer – we don’t guarantee that the exact pavers and other products shown in the photos on this page are available, however we will match the shape, size, texture and colour as closely as possible with what is available on the market at the time of your enquiry.