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What Are Pavers

Nov 24, 2017

paver is a paving stone, tile, brick or brick-like piece of concrete commonly used as exterior flooring.

Pavers refers to a variety of designs to natural stone or cut stone paved the way below the shape. With the popularity of the tea ceremony and people generally built after the tea court, paving stone has become one of the elements of the courtyard. In ancient literature, paving stones, also known as stacked stone, stone, stone stacks. In addition, although the term "extended segment" can not be seen in the ancient literature, it can be inferred from the context that a paving stone extended in a straight line (including a slow curve) in a certain width is formed.

Pavers are made from highly durable stones, usually granite, Limestone, Sandstone, etc. Granite pavers have high integral strength and density making it easy to maintain and hard-wearing in outdoor use. Limestone pavers are cut from natural limestone blocks, a sedimentary rock found in mountainous areas and ocean sea beds. Limestone tends to have unique natural colour variations. Sandstone pavers are derived from natural stone and tend to be used for sidewalks, patios and backyards.They were usually dug from nearby areas and then cobbled, or roughly shaped into the size needed. The Pavers were then set in sand or mortar. Sand allows the road to gently give to traffic, preventing the cracking associated with pavement or asphalt. Streets paved with cobblestones have proven their durability and longevity by showing up through worn out sections of paved roads throughout the world.


The term Paver is a geological term used to describe a stone of a particular size, which is approximately 100-200 millimeters). Colors range from grey to black to purple, depending on the origin of the stone. Patterns in paver streets depend on the creativity of the workers who designed the streets and installed the pavers.

Pavers uses: Pebbles are widely used in public buildings, villas, garden buildings, paved roads, parks rockery, bonsai filling materials, garden art and other senior superstructure. Carry forward the ancient oriental culture, but also reflects the Western classical, elegant, return to basics style. Applies to: Hotels, commercial buildings, exhibition halls, gardens, swimming pools, sidewalks, garden trails, walls and other landscape construction. Highlighting the harmony, upscale, elegant color.