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Looking to Elevate Your Property’s Landscape? Here are Some top Pavement Materials to Consider

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Nothing adds to kerb appeal like a well-designed and beautiful landscape. Whether it’s to create a visual pathway, complete the look of your garden, or just provide a safer place to walk, having a paved walkway integrated into your landscape is one investment you can’t afford to sleep on. There are many different types of paving materials available, and each one has its own unique benefits. So if you’re looking looking to elevate your landscape with new pavement, below are some of the top materials to choose from.

Brick

This is one of the most common paving materials available on the market. Brick can be used to make a variety of unique and fun patterns. They also offer great slip-resistance, making them the ideal choice for poolsides. Their texture and reddish tones can also bring a sense of warmth to your garden. Other benefits of using brick as a paving material include; durability, ease of maintenance, strength, affordability, and eco-friendliness.

Concrete

This standard paving material is of two types; Cast-in-place and precast concrete. Both types are quite affordable and easy to install. However, it is important to bear in mind that just because cast-in-place concrete is generally taken as a standard paving material doesn’t mean it has to be boring or unable to spruce up your landscape. There are ways to create unique patterns, textures, and colours to liven things up and make your landscape more eye-catching. Alternatively,  you can opt for precast concrete that tends to come in different textures and colours.

As a paving material, concrete is suitable for most climates (precast concrete can be permeable to allow for water infiltration), durable, easily maintained and budget-friendly.

Gravel

Mostly available as either decomposed or dissolved stone by the bag or pallet,  gravel is the best choice for verandas, paths and softening hard landscapes. When laid down, gravel will need to be bound by sturdy edges. Some of the benefits gravel offers are; high permeability, easy installation, easy maintenance and a classy look. Consult with professional such as Kane Construction on the best solution for your needs.

Granite

Although on the expensive side, granite is one tough paving material that will last you a lifetime. Its resilience makes it able to withstand cold, harsh climates and you don’t have to worry about it splitting or cracking from traffic and vehicle load. Granite is also low maintenance and eco-friendly, as it can be reused. So if you’re worried about the price, bear in mind that it is a worthy investment that will pay off in the long run.

Travertine

Travertine is an incredibly strong paving material that transfers a cooling sensation when you touch it (even during hot weather). This cooling ability makes it a good choice for verandas and poolsides. Some advantages of using this paving material are; their surface stays cool to the touch even in warm climates, they come in a variety of colours that do not fade easily, they have a porous texture that makes them slip resistant, they are fairly easy to maintain, and they are quite affordable.

Bluestone

Bluestone gives your landscape a very stylish and elegant look. This randomly textured pavement material is broken along its length to create flagstones that are quite appealing. Their sort of earthy blue-grey colour makes them well-suited for gardens and verandas. They are also quite durable and easy to maintain.

Conclusion:

Integrating a paved walkway into your home’s landscape is a great way to not only elevate its kerb appeal but make it safer for you and guests on your property. Depending on your preferences, there are several paving materials on the market that you can choose from.

 

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