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Monday July 22 , 2019

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Pavers Pavers Everywhere...

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cutting-paversI've had a really interesting morning visiting Stonemarket this morning to see their new product range for 2014.

There are some beautiful pavers and I'm really liking the new range on display. The larger paving stone is becoming very popular lately and suits a contemporary setting.

They have 1m x 1m pavers which are huge, it'll take a few people to get them in situ and level but the effect is amazing!

We also looked at their grouting solution which while it seems expensive it will save the knees of landscapers, speed up the job and it isn't weather dependent - that has to be a winner

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