By Stephanie Colin. slabs. Published at Monday, January 28th, 2019 - 03:53:43 AM.
Concrete garden paving slabs are one of the least expensive options, but they do tend to crack over time. Cracking and concrete’s natural tendency to stain are two of the biggest disadvantages of using concrete. If one slab needs to be replaced, it’s also very difficult to do so without leaving marks and scars around the area.
Many landscapers love to make use of the clay brick pavers, and these are our next point of focus. They can stand up to very extreme loading levels and can handle many landscaping applications such as walkways, driveways, and other accesses for both commercial and residential areas. They are one of the easiest to work with in terms of repairing if any type of damage should occur. With such small sections to work with, replacement costs remain quite low.
When you choose paving slabs, be aware that each material has advantages and disadvantages. From the cost to the amount of maintenance required, each choice is unique. Strike a balance between how much you’re willing to pay and how much work you’re willing to put in to keep your paved area looking good, and you’ll find the perfect material.
This serves a couple of purposes, first, it give the base materials a good area to sit on, it allows water to pass through its gaps, and it is cheap. If you’re building yourself a patio from slate paving slabs, than you have another plus, if you go to a slate quarry or a place selling slate with access to their own quarry, you can buy both your stones and your sub-base at the same place.
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