By Halette Paris. slabs. Published at Friday, January 18th, 2019 - 04:23:15 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.
What one needs to understand is that though these various slab paving options cost more than the concrete ones they also offer more options on the creative side. All this helps a great deal in making sure that the garden or patio not just looks good but also can be maintained well.
The look of slate can’t be beat when you’re dealing with any number of projects, in all different settings, whether rustic, or modern, there is a cut or color of slate to be found that will make the project look great. The subtle changes in the color throughout the stone, and the different look you can get from a different angle looking at the same piece make the possibilities endless when you use slate in your project.
One can also use the brick pavers. These are not just easy to use and maintain but also easy to install as well as an investment of the lifetime. These are made of natural materials and there is no use of artificial colors and pigments, hence add more beauty to the garden.
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