How to handle sandy soil before paving a patio

Posted on: 13 January 2016

When paving a patio in your garden, one of the most important things to be aware of is how the soil under the patio will affect your paving. It's possible to correct most soils enough to make sure you get an even surface for your paving needs, but you need to be aware of what kind of soil you have in your garden to begin with. If you've performed a soil test and found out the soil in your garden is sandy, this makes paving a little more complicated, but fully possible. [Read More]

Sandstone or Limestone: A Guide to Riven Stone Pavers

Posted on: 8 January 2016

Riven stone paving slabs have been massively popular in recent years, and the trend doesn't seem to be waning. A surprisingly large number of garden landscapers and paving contractors now rarely lay anything else; they're versatile, they're attractive, they're hard-wearing and they come in a huge range of shades and sizes. They're not all the same kind of stone, though—so should you be looking for sandstone pavers or limestone ones? [Read More]

Planning To Tile Your Pool? Here Are 4 Reasons Why You Should Opt For Glass Tiles

Posted on: 7 January 2016

 Tiles are a great way to make your swimming pool durable while at the same time adding functionality and style to it. However, note that not all swimming pool tiles are the same. There are ceramic tiles, natural tiles, and glass tiles to choose from. In this article, find out why glass tiles should be high up on your list when choosing which pool tiles to go with. They are the latest trend in pool tiling [Read More]

3 Reasons to Have Asphalt Sealcoating

Posted on: 4 January 2016

Owning and operating a business out of a storefront can present many different challenges that have to be dealt with. When running a business that is open to the public, it is difficult to keep all of your proverbial ducks in a row. One of the things that you will have to worry about when operating out of a storefront is the condition of the asphalt car parks. Just like any other building material out there, eventually the asphalt will begin to show signs of wear. [Read More]