By Patrice Lesage. slabs. Published at Thursday, January 24th, 2019 - 10:08:31 AM.
Every home with a garden looks not just good but beautiful. Well designed and well maintained gardens don’t just add aesthetic value but also increase the monetary value of the house.
Another thing that should be a big selling point that most people don’t actually think about when they’re looking for outdoor materials is how easy it is to clean. You won’t be mopping your patio any time soon, so you need something that will come clean with the hose when the birds dive bomb your brand new patio, or when someone drops a bowl of dip onto it. Slate is not very porous, especially after it has been waterproofed, so you won’t have to scrub for any normal messes.
It’s not just the trees, plants and lawn that make the garden beautiful, the paving slabs and bricks are also involved in the beautification. Traditionally the slabs were made of concrete, however these days the slabs are available in a wide range and array of materials. These materials include limestone, granite, sandstone etc.
Concrete garden paving slabs are a popular and economical choice. One popular option is concrete that’s been cast or stamped to look like paving stones or natural stone with imperfections and irregularities built in. Concrete slabs are even tinted in a way that makes them hard to distinguish from the real thing.
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