COST EFFICIENT Porous paving offers clients an environmentally friendly paving option that has proven to be cost effective. (more…)
Porous paving, also called green paving, has become more and more in demand over the years. While calling something green is a gesture, that it’s good for the environment, that doesn’t guarantee that people really understand what it does, or why it’s a positive influence. So if you’ve been thinking about installing porous paving, here’s a simple explanation of why it’s good for you, and for the earth. (more…)
Pathways are a big part of a landscape. They are generally the most visible part, and they reflect the care and consideration people have put into the garden. If you have a dull pathway that is cracking and prone to puddles, it appears that everything else, will also look rundown. When you are looking at putting a pathway in your property, it is important to pick your surfaces carefully. You might, for one thing, consider porous paving. (more…)
A technology developed in the 1800s, Porus Paving is FINALLY beginning to see some exposure and major use across New Zealand and Australia. Porus paving is characteristically concrete, but without the fine sand and particulate matter that usually fills in the gaps to make it completely solid. This results in a smooth, paved surface that resembles gravel. It also allows water to completely drain through it to the soil below. Even better, the porous...
What does your driveway, carpark walkways and tennis courts all have in common? Many of them do not adequately allow water to return to the ground, allowing the water to pool. (more…)