We started installing limestone paving in the court yard garden today. We are using a wet sand and cement (4:1) mortar bed to lay this limestone paving. We also apply an SBR slurry mix to the back of the paving slab to ensure bonding between the mortar bed the limestone paving slab.
We have now completed the installation of sandstone paving, and set to work pointing the joints. We are using GftK joint mortar gftk-international.com which is really easy to use and produces a decent finish without having to touch the mortar during application.
I thought I’d write a quick post about recessed inspection chamber lids or more commonly known as man hole lids. We always recommend the use of a recessed lid if you have a man hole under your patio.
We are now installing the slate paving around the house. We have five patios and two paths to install. First we reduce excavate the necessary areas before bringing in the hardcore, which we lay to the correct gradient and compact in two layers.
We recently supplied and installed these sandstone pave setts at the Carbis Bay Hotel, around the hotel’s existing swimming pool leading to the new Jacuzzi and Spa. We supply a wide range of sandstone paving, including various pave setts in different colours, sizes & thicknesses.
We supplied and installed Indian Sandstone Paving from our Parish collection of external natural stone paving. This paving has a time worn look and offers its own unique texture, blending in well to any period setting.
This fabulous property is situated in the St Austell area. We carried out a lot of work on this property through our sister company JPB Construction Limited, including extensions, a completed renovation to the existing house, installation of swimming pool and pool house.