By Sibyla Navarro. slabs. Published at Saturday, January 26th, 2019 - 07:11:02 AM.
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.
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.
The different variety of paving materials that are available today include asphalt, cobble stones, a variety of bonds, different kinds of brick and stone to name a few of them. You can either get them installed professionally or do it yourself. Remember to keep in mind that whatever kind of material that you choose will have its plus and minus points. So it all depends on how much you are willing to spend on it and what kind of material you want.
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.
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