Paving

Whether you would like us to do everything from design, paver selection, preparation and installation or just come in and do the heavy lifting we can help.

Save yourself the hassle of laying pavers and get us in to create a terrific path, driveway or outdoor entertaining area that is aesthetically pleasing and super strong, level and stable. We will make sure there is suitable drainage and provide advice cleaning, maintenance and planting around the edges.

Since paving is one of the most permanent and the more expensive elements of landscaping deciding upfront the style, design, materials and maintenance requirements for paving is quite important.

Paver Installation

In residential and commercial properties, pavers may be installed on the following locations:

Patio  

Paving is constructed on small or big patios and deck flooring to enhance its beauty, create an appealing surrounding and provide a reliable flooring surface. Pavers commonly utilized are brick, stone and concrete. Patio pavements come in different patterns, shapes and colours.

Driveway

Paved driveways are a popular choice for property owners since it gives a sophisticated appearance compared to the traditional driveways made out of asphalt, gravel or plain concrete. Clay brick and concrete pavers are among the most popular materials since they have flexible joints and are durable especially when placed under the heavy weight of vehicles.

Walkways

Encouraging people to walk on paths rather than grass in busy areas will help ensure the grass looks great and doesn’t wear down. The design and surface finish are critical considerations to ensure that the walkway is not just appealing and functional, but safe and slip- free as well.

 

Edging

Edging draws the line that separates the lawn from driveways, walkways or patios. Aside from keeping your outdoor spaced organized, edging brings out focal points, creates curb appeal and protects the lawn and garden plants from weeds and other harmful plants.

Paving Materials

Below are the different types of paving materials :

Brick

One of the oldest materials used for paving and is known to last for many years when properly installed. Although it is commonly used for traditional or historical designs, it can also be used for modern or contemporary styles.

Cobblestone

Ideal when you want to have an old, European design for you landscape.  Cobblestones are durable, although can be bumpy and uneven, making them best to be used as borders, garden paths and as special accents.

Flagstone

A popular and easy to work with material since it is flat and thin, making it ideal for patios, walkways, paths, seating areas and even on walls.  It is durable, provides a non-slip surface, requires little upkeep or low maintenance and causes the surface to be permeable which reduces water evaporation.

Gravel

Easy to install and gives a natural and casual appearance, making it perfect for Tuscan style courtyards and cottage gardens.  This material blocks weeds, brings excellent drainage and lasts a lifetime. Since gravel is loose and uneven, concrete plastic, or wood edging need to be installed together with it.

Outdoor tiles

Composed of different types – concrete, wood, stone, ceramics.  It is a timeless material as it is associated with Mediterranean architectural style, and now used as well for modern designs.

Jason Reading Landscapes install pavements that will not just add appeal and convenience, but safety as well, to your open spaces.

For more information on our paving service or to arrange a free quote please call (02) 4936 2060 or shoot us an email with your job specifications to admin@jasonreadinglandscapes.com.au

Recent Paving Projects

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