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    It’s hard to beat the quality of natural stone and concrete pavers. Sourced from the best quarries across the world, Premier pavers & Stone provide the best products alongside years of experience. 

    Suitable for indoor and outdoor applications, you can be confident that Premier Pavers & Stone’s products will be superior in style, durability, and performance.

     

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    We recommend hiring a professional installer to lay your pavers. Please look over the installer’s previous work to see if they’re suitable to your needs. If you would prefer to lay your own pavers, please research which techniques would work best for your property while also complying with Australian Standards. With careful planning, your project will run smoother. The following guidelines may be used as a starting point in your research. Every site is unique, so the following guidelines may need to be adjusted to suit the conditions on your property.
    The foundation you lay your pavers on is important for securing their lasting quality. The base should protect and support the pavers against rising humidity, as this moisture can carry salts from the bedding layer or soil that will damage or discolour your pavers. Remember to consider waterproofing and drainage issues as well. Note: If the pavers are being laid as a driveway, the minimum Australian Standard for the sub-base is at least 100mm thick, using 25 Mpa cured concrete with a F72 mesh.
    Yes. If you would like to lay concrete pavers on crushed rock, make sure that the base is a minimum of 75mm-thick base that has been well compacted. You will also need to bed your pavers on a layer of mortar.
    If your pavers are natural stone, the base should be at least 75mm-thick reinforced concrete. If the pavers are being laid for a driveway, we recommend you choose pavers that are at least 30mm thick. Make sure that the sub-base is at least 100mm-thick 25 Mpa cured concrete with a F72 mesh.
    Always consult an engineer when designing concrete bases. These foundations should include expansion and/or control joints. These joints should also continue in the mortar bed and in the grout joint, so they absorb movement and changes in temperature. Control joints should be placed in the tile and bedding mix every every 20 m 2. This creates a floor that has technical expansion joints dividing the area into compartments. These expansion joints need to be at least 5mm joints per 5 metres. These control joints reduce the risk of surface cracks appearing.

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    • 287 Bay Road
    • Cheltenham
    • VIC 3192
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