By Orlene Marchal. slabs. Published at Sunday, February 03rd, 2019 - 17:16:35 PM.
A lot of people have started using slate for their outdoor spaces again, whether for patios, walkways, or even driveways, it is making a comeback in a big way. It is hard to believe that people ever started to shy away from slate when you’re looking at a finished project that used it, but those in the know understand that the ongoing maintenance might have people shying away from using the material in their own projects.
Garden paving slabs can make your garden and your entire outdoor area come to life. With so many choices in sizes, shapes, colors and textures that are available today, your yard and garden can be anything from a contemporary and bright space to an earthy and inviting garden nook.
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.
Slate is a material that needs to be cut and chipped into size either by hand, or by machinery, and sometimes there is a significant amount of waste involved in the process. One of the biggest perpetrators seems to be large paving slabs – due to their large size, and particular shapes, there are a lot of large cuts involved in their manufacturing. There are many ways that the slate waste is used, but I’m only going to list three, as I don’t want this post to get too long.
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