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Why Use Clay Pavers?
The use of clay pavers brings an earthy feeling to your outdoor areas. Instantly enhance the appearance of your outdoor space and give it a timeless beauty. Our clay pavers Adelaide are hard-wearing and extremely durable, which makes them the perfect choice for outdoor paving.
Advantages of Using Clay Pavers
Clay pavers are known for their versatility, but they provide a lot more benefits that make these pavers a home project favourite.
- Easy Maintenance
Clay pavers are easy to maintain. You can hose it down or sweep it clean. Even with heavily soiled pavers, a little scrubbing using a mild detergent will do.
- Slip Resistant
Keep your guests and family safe by using clay pavers on your driveway and pathways. They’re slip-resistant even when wet.
- Environmentally Friendly
No damaging chemicals are used in the production of our Clay Pavers.
- Complements Any Colour Scheme
Easily choose a clay paver that will complement the colour scheme of your property with our wide range of colour swatches. Find the right match for your home with our different finishes.
- Good Value
Clay pavers don’t fade under the sun. They maintain their colour even after long-term exposure.
Clay Paver Applications
Widely known for its use on entertainment areas, clay pavers have different applications you can use for your home projects as well.
Patios and Alfresco
Give your patio and entertaining area warmth that invites your guests and instantly makes them feel at home.
Building your garden path with clay pavers is not only practical but also advantageous. You can make your path as narrow or as wide as you need without cutting too many pavers.
If you prefer a paver that’s easy on the eyes but doesn’t contradict the decor of your home, Clay Pavers is the right paver for you. Their earthy colours bring such warmth your guests would be enticed driving into your driveway.
Clay Paver Installation
Different applications have different installation methods. For instance, paving on concrete will require a different method from paving on a bed of sand. If you plan on doing your paving yourself, head on to our Knowledge Centre for ideas on the different installation methods.