Licensed Paving Contractors Adelaide South Australia.
Licensed paving contractors Adelaide residents have chosen from Visual Landscape Gardening have been paving Adelaide homes since 1989.
Paving is becoming the popular choice over concrete for footpaths, under verandas, around a pool and even driveways because of the natural look, colour choices and different paving patterns that an experienced licensed paving contractor can lay.
Read our guide to choosing pavers for paving different areas of your garden.
Visual Landscape Gardening have become one of Adelaide’s most trusted paving contractors for both commercial paving and residential paving projects.
Entrusted with the task of paving Adelaide iconic locations such as the North Terrace Adelaide redevelopment, paving at the Grange Esplanade, the Malcolm Point redevelopment project at Semaphore and Uni SA at Mawson Lakes to name a few, Visual Landscape Gardening have the experience and knowledge to complete any paving project no matter how elaborate – large or small.
Paving requires solid preparation to avoid sinking or shifting of the pavers, especially if they’re subjected to the rain or heavy traffic. If you’re looking at paving under a verandah, paving around a pool or paving a driveway, contact the licensed paving contractors from Visual Landscape Gardening who have the right equipment to get the job done efficiently, without fuss, use quality Adelaide pavers and can even install storm water drains and grates to stop water run-off or puddles.
What are the Best Pavers to Pave With?
Depending on the area and type of traffic your pavers will receive, you have a choice of several types of pavers. Quality clay pavers are best to use for their natural look and longevity, particularly for paths and driveways that will not be subjected to heavy vehicles, however concrete pavers, especially large format concrete pavers are ideal for paving around pools, as well as pavers under a verandah.
When choosing driveway pavers, consider not only the weight of your vehicles driving on them but the weight of other trucks that may, plus how much wheel turning will occur.
What Paving Pattern is Best?
With over 30 years experience paving, Visual Landscape Gardening can advise and recommend the best paving pattern design options for the area you’re considering paving.
Paving a driveway usually has the pavers laid in an inter-locking pattern such as a 45° herringbone with a contrasting edging border paver. The herringbone pattern is ideal as it resists movement from car wheels turning on it. For paving a garden path with clay pavers, a basket weave pattern is popular and for under a verandah, you may want to consider either a stretcher bond laid at 45° or a stack bond paving pattern. Paving around a pool often involves using large pavers laid in either a stack bond pattern or stretcher bond paving pattern.