Traditional and Engineered Concrete Pavers

We have a wide range of both traditional and engineered concrete pavers to beautify any space in or around your home. With over 25 years in the business, we listen to what our customers want and develop our products around these preferences.

Concrete pavers are an easy-to-install option that is not only practical, it is affordable too.  Our concrete pavers come in a range of colours, shapes and styles and will suit all outdoor areas.

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Traditional Concrete Pavers

This range offers more of a rustic and textured look to perfectly blend into a surrounding. We have a wide range of traditional concrete pavers and products to suit a more weathered aesthetic.

Viking Step Pavers
Ravine Random Edge Pavers
Kent Random Edge Pavers
Ravine Straight Edge Pavers

Engineered Concrete Pavers

Engineered concrete pavers offer a more uniform and consistent look. Our engineered concrete pavers are custom made and precise in shape and colour. Through constant research and development, this range keeps up with the modern trends of the industry.

Consistency is guaranteed with engineered concrete pavers and you can ensure the ultimate longevity in concrete paver colour over the years.

Devon Step
Klompie Pavers
Jura Straight Edge Pavers
Revelstone Grey Logo

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4 Cast Concrete Paver Tips

What do pavers do?

Cast concrete pavers are a great way to make flower beds and a lush lawn pop. It gives any outdoor area contrast and an attractive manicured look.

This smartly defined hardscaping material is suitable for footpaths, patios and driveways. Cast concrete pavers are a better alternative to poured concrete as it provides a more textured, colourful and eye-catching look.

They are also extremely easy to clean and only require the occasional sweep and weeding.

A cast concrete paver weighs significantly less than real-stone and is easy to install. Even if you have basic home-remodelling skills, you can master the installation process.

Tools for laying cast concrete pavers

If you are laying your cast concrete pavers yourself, there are a few items you will need. It is important that you only operate certain tools if you have the proper skills. Ask a professional if you have never operated the following machinery before.

You will need:

  • A paver saw
  • Marking paint
  • Plate compactor
  • Masonry saw
  • Paver base
  • Safety glasses
  • Gloves
  • Electrical conduit
  • Paver stones
  • Pavel levelling sand
  •  Cladding stones
  • Landscape nails
  • Spade
  • Rake
  • Wheelbarrow
  • Push broom
  • Tape measure
  • Mason line
  • Spirit level
  • Shovel

Preparing the area before you lay cast concrete pavers

Mark the perimeter of the patio area with marking paint. Drive wooden stakes into the ground just outside of the perimeter markings and attach mason line.

If you are building a patio, start from the house and work outward. This will help water drainage as you want the pavers to slope away from the house.

When digging, keep in mind you are including 4 inches of paver base and 1 inch of paver sand before adding the paver stones. This means you have to ensure you area is the height of your paver stone plus an additional 5 inches.

How to place cast concrete pavers

It is vital to start at a corner when placing cast concrete pavers and work in an outward manner. Place stones straight down on the sand to keep them fitted snuggly. Do not drag pavers across the sand and never stomp a paver in place.

Once all pavers have been placed, secure the cladding stones along the exposed paver edges using landscape nails.

To finish your patio, spread a thin layer of paver sand over the entire area, sweep the sand across the area lightly to fill the gaps and then run the plate compactor across the patio surface. Repeat this process once more.