By Stephanie Colin. slabs. Published at Monday, January 28th, 2019 - 03:53:43 AM.
You can install these slabs in any part of your home either in your garden, back yard; drive way or any outdoor area according to your requirements. No matter where you install these slabs, there is no doubt that that area will look totally entirely different and inviting.
Flagstone is a popular choice and can give your pathway or edging a very natural look. Flagstones are thin, flat stones that are irregularly shaped. They’re ideal for an earthy, natural look in your garden. The biggest drawbacks of using flagstones as garden paving slabs are that they’re prone to chipping and staining, and usually much more expensive than man-made materials.
Natural brick used in gardens and patios won’t fade, but there are other disadvantages. Like concrete, brick has no natural give. It’s prone to cracking, and oils and other stains can ruin the look. Because of the way bricks are installed, removing one because of a crack or chip is difficult and can mar look of the entire area.
Having a paving slab in the court yard of your lovely home may be one of your dreams. Very often this is quite an expensive venture and the cost is the main culprit that prevents most people from installing this in your home.
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