Whether you’re looking for block paving for domestic driveways or larger commercial landscaping projects, our comprehensive ranges can provide the perfect solution.
Our vast range of pavers for driveways are available in concrete or natural stone – such as granite and sandstone. There are a variety of sizes, colours and textures which can be used to create stunning designs.
As paver suppliers with years of experience, we can supply the right kind of block paving and paving bricks to suit any hard landscaping project.
Our experienced and professional team uses the highest quality materials and their attention to detail is second to none which guarantees a top quality finish.
We take great pride in the quality of our pavers and the professional paving contractors in Zimbabwe that we employ. Whether you are looking to construct a pavement, driveway or garden area in your residential or commercial property, you can stay assured of professional service by our groundwork specialists.
Not only do we offer a guarantee on our work but you can even gain advice by having a chat with our brick paving contractors. This is especially handy if anything ever goes wrong. We strictly adhere to every professional working practice and local law when installing a customised pavement on your property.
Driveway Paver Designs
Uses and Applications
Block paving has been a major growth area in the Paving Industry over the last 40 years or so. Mass production techniques have reduced the prices of manufactured blocks to a reasonable level, and made this type of paving affordable to most projects.
Pav or Block paving can be used anywhere. They look great on drives and will provide many years of service. They can be used to great effect as paths, or patios, or mixed with other paving types to create a unique feature. They are a viable alternative to the more traditional asphalt or macadam surfacing for estate roads, and let's face it, they look a lot better than tarmacadam or plain concrete . They are even being used in areas of exceptional loads, such as airport taxi-ways, docks and freight yards.
The design possibilities enabled by the use of these relatively small paving units are limited only by your imagination. If you can "see it in your mind's eye", then it can probably be constructed from pavers or brick paving.
The Pavs and blocks are available in a range of thicknesses, for domestic use, the 50mm or 60mm units are most suitable. 80mm thick units are used for road construction or where there will be regular vehicle overrun, while the 100mm thick units are for heavy-duty pavements such as those in Freight Yards, Ports and Airports. We find that the 40mm thick blocks are now (thankfully) difficult to obtain and offer no significant cost saving over a 60mm thick unit. They are/were also particularly prone to breakage during the compaction phase of construction.