Paving Melbourne

Paving has many roles to play in the landscape. It help us move through the garden from one area to the next, whilst also defining entertainment areas and driveways. We pride ourselves on offering top quality paving services alongside our expert pavers in Melbourne with skills, including our attention to detail and precision cutting. Our team has laid thousands of square metres of paving over the years, including paths, staircases, outdoor entertaining areas and driveways.

We can source any unique material you wish to use for all of our services, including but not limited to –  natural stone (bluestone, granite, limestone, sandstone, travertine), recycled bricks or exposed aggregate concrete.

Bluestone or Granite Paving

Bluestone and Granite paving are common features throughout Melbourne gardens. It’s a very versatile product that can be used in many applications such as walling, tiling, paving, statues, water features, pool copings and of course inner city kerb guttering. Its natural resistance to scratching and staining along with its anti-slip properties make it an ideal choice for residential and commercial projects. Bluestone and granite paving are very flexible products, that are available in a variety of sizes and finishes to suit your taste, including diamond sawn, honed, sand blasted or polished.

Old Red Brick Paving

Old red recycled brick paving brings a country cottage feel to your garden. This style of paving with its imperfections and variations in size, definitely make an impact. Suited more to older style houses such as California Bungalows, this type of paving is great for the environment and will never date. Recycled and reused from old demolished houses, using old red bricks is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint.

Exposed Aggregate Concrete Paving

Exposed aggregate concrete paving is a very smart and clean way to finish off your area. Regularly used for driveways, front entrances and around swimming pools it gives a very modern contemporary look to your garden. Exposed aggregate concrete is available in many different colours or mixes, so matching your chosen colour scheme will not be a problem.