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Material Sheet
Paving

Natural Stone Paver

What is it used for

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Residential Landscaping

Used for patios, garden paths, and driveways, providing a natural and elegant surface.


Public Spaces

Ideal for plazas, sidewalks, and park pathways, offering durability and aesthetic appeal.


Commercial Properties

Used in the landscaping of office buildings, hotels, and shopping centers to create attractive and functional outdoor areas.

Brick Wall

Dimensions

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Length: 300 mm to 900 mm


Width: 300 mm to 900 mm


Thickness: 20 mm to 60 mm


Weight: 15 kg to 40 kg per paver, depending on the material and size

What it’s Made From

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Granite

Known for its hardness and durability, granite is resistant to weathering and wear.


Limestone

Offers a softer, more weathered look and is relatively easy to work with.


Sandstone

Known for its rich colors and textures, sandstone is a popular choice for patios and walkways.

Variations

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Granite Paver

Description: Extremely hard and durable with a variety of color options.

Applications: Ideal for high-traffic areas, driveways, and commercial projects.


Limestone Paver

Description: Softer texture with subtle color variations, offering a classic look.

Applications: Suitable for garden paths, patios, and residential landscaping.


Sandstone Paver

Description: Rich in texture and color, providing a unique and warm appearance.

Applications: Perfect for patios, courtyards, and decorative pathways.

Installation

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Tools Required

Trowel | Spirit level | Rubber mallet | Measuring tape | Jointing compound


Materials Required

Natural stone pavers | Sand | Cement | Gravel | Water


Step-by-Step Guide:

  1. Preparation: Clear and level the area.

  2. Base Layer: Lay a sub-base of compacted gravel.

  3. Sand Layer: Spread a layer of sand over the sub-base.

  4. Place Pavers: Position the pavers on the sand, ensuring they are level.

  5. Adjust: Use a rubber mallet to make adjustments.

  6. Jointing: Fill the joints with sand or jointing compound to secure the pavers.

Technical Specification

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Compressive Strength: 50 - 150 MPa, depending on the type of stone


Slip Resistance: Varies based on surface texture, generally high for outdoor use


Weather Resistance: Excellent resistance to freeze-thaw cycles and UV exposure


Density: 2500 - 2800 kg/m³, depending on the type of stone

Certification

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BREEAM: Certification for sustainable building products.


ISO 9001: Quality management standards certification.


ISO 14001: Environmental management standards certification.

Purchasing Quantities

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Single Units

Ideal for small projects, repairs, or when only a few pavers are needed.


Pallets

Typically sold in bulk, with each pallet containing multiple pavers. This option is suitable for medium to large construction projects.


Bundles

Smaller quantities than pallets, often sold in bundles of 5, 10, or 20 pavers, suitable for minor projects or additions.

Environmental Impact

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Sustainability Considerations

Natural stone is a durable and long-lasting material, reducing the need for frequent replacements.


Eco-friendly Alternatives

Using locally sourced stone reduces transportation emissions. Reclaimed stone pavers are also an eco-friendly option.


Energy Efficiency

The extraction and processing of natural stone can be energy-intensive, but its long lifespan offsets this impact.

Suppliers

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