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Why paving is better than concrete
Did you know...
Poured coloured concrete deteriorates and disappoints.
That’s why discerning homeowners are choosing the timeless flagstone look and strong safe, durable texture of Premier Pavers. You too can achieve a beautiful and superior quality patio, driveway or pathway for your home or property.
Enjoy the enduring, low maintenance look of premium paving stones - choose Premier!
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Poured Concrete Including coloured and exposed aggregate
SUPER STRONG Approx 48 MPA! Meaning high strength and durability SUPER SAFE Exceeds NZ slip standards! *Safety for you and your family SUPER RESISTANT to efflorescence and weathering thanks to our secret mix formula SUPER LOW MAINTENANCE Resistant to moss and algae thanks to our special non porous surface SPECIAL GROUT FORMULA to resist weeds and ants TIMELESS LOOKS AND STYLE The flagstone look has been around since Roman times - over 2000 years ago! - and still hasn't gone out of fashion YOU CAN LIFT them if you need to access underground services
NO CRACKING! Even when your ground settles, the only cracks will be along the grout lines - almost unnoticeable GET THE COLOUR AND TEXTURE YOU WANT All products manufactured in a controlled environment to minimise natural variations
APPROX 20 MPA Meaning surface can wear away quickly
NO SLIP RATING With no slip rating surface can be slippery in certain circumstances VERY SUSCEPTIBLE TO EFFLORESCENCE weathering and fading
VERY SUSCEPTIBLE TO MOSS AND ALGAE as surface begins to wear away
WEEDS AND ANTS will generally come once cracks start to appear TRENDS COME AND GO A lot of concrete projects look dated and very average within 1 to 2 years!
YOU WILL HAVE TO CUT a section out and replace - leaving an ugly patch of new concrete HIGH RISK OF CRACKING Even with a lot of expansion cuts, concrete will generally still crack - leaving an ugly scar THE FINISHED COLOUR IS UNPREDICTABLE as even the slightest change in weather or temperature will change the colour when you pour