Are paving stones difficult to shovel?

When it comes to shovelling snow, paving stones are inherently more difficult than shovelling a poured concrete or asphalt driveway. Never fear though, shovelling is not impossible, and the benefits of interlocking stone will always outweigh the drawbacks. When shovelling, make sure you use a plastic edged shovel to ensure you are not chipping

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What are the patterns that I can use for my patio?

Not only does the colour, size, and texture of your pavers change the overall look you are hoping to achieve with your outdoor space, the pattern in which you lay the stones down should be considered carefully. While there are a few standard patterns that can be used by some pavers, a lot of

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Do I need to seal and protect my paving stones?

Properly installed pavers will last for a significant time. While sealing is not necessary, some people prefer the appearance of sealed stones, and the peace of mind that the sealing can provide. Sealing your paving stones provides three great outcomes: It protects the colour in the pavers from fading from sunlight Enhances the colour

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What can I expect during the construction period?

Hardscape installations are messy work. There will be mud, but it will be gorgeous in the end. Nearly all of our work produces dirt and dust. For this reason, we advise our customers to keep doors and windows closed and to remove outdoor furniture from the construction area. Unless your project involves overlaying existing

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Why should I choose paving stones over poured concrete?

First and foremost, when it comes to cost poured concrete is often cheaper to install, but the costs can balance out when maintenance and repairs are taken into account. Aesthetically, poured concrete will show cracks, even if you have a patterned or brushed surface, and those cracks are virtually impossible to repair without it

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If I have to order a product, how long will it take?

We have positioned our company so that we are located close to the manufacturers that we carry. As such, we regularly take trips to Barkman and Belgard throughout the summer to procure the materials needed to fill orders. Generally, if you order your product before the end of day and the manufacturer has it

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