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QPave Paving in Progress

Finding the right paving contractor can be stressful. Here at QPave, we believe in clear communication and exceptional quality. To help you avoid any hiccups, here are some key red flags to watch out for: Unrealistic Quotes & Pressure Tactics: Super low quotes often indicate cut corners or inexperienced workers, leading to big paving problems […]

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Courtyard paving

Winter is over and spring is here! This is the perfect time to clean and refresh your outdoor living space. Here are some tips to get you started: Clean your patio. Sweep away any dirt, dust, or leaves that have accumulated over the winter. If necessary, wash your patio furniture with a mild detergent and

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Driveway Paving - Sealed Driveway Pavers

There are many different factors to consider when paving, such as the type of material, the climate, and the budget. It is important to ask questions and get professional advice before starting any paving project. Here are some of the most frequently asked paving questions: Q: Can I install brick pavers myself, or do I

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Commercial Apartment Paving - Vintage Sandstone Pavers

When it comes to brick paving, many homeowners worry about how it will hold up during the winter months. The truth is, brick paving can be an excellent choice for winter landscaping, even when it rains. Durability: Brick paving is extremely durable. Brick pavers are designed to withstand heavy foot traffic, harsh weather conditions, and

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Pavecleen process before and after

Protecting your paving during the rainy season is essential to maintain the integrity and life of your outdoor surfaces. The constant exposure to rainwater can cause severe damage to the paving material, leading to cracks, potholes, and other forms of deterioration. Here are some tips to help you protect your paving during the rainy season.

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Entrance Paving - Sandstone Cobbles

Have you been thinking of installing a walkway on your property? Well, you\’re in luck because there are many benefits to doing so! Here are five reasons why you should consider installing a walkway: Kerb Appeal Firstly, let\’s talk about kerb appeal. We all want our property to look as attractive as possible, right? Having

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Paved courtyard with garden

Are you looking for cost-effective garden ideas? Even if you don\’t have a large budget, you can still create a comfortable and attractive outdoor living space for you and your family. Take a look at these six great garden ideas to inspire and motivate you to make a change. 1 Get creative with pots Outdoor

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Pavecleen process before and after

Paving can add incredible beauty, functionality and value to your home and landscape. Over time though, these pavers can start to show their age in a few ways, including letting weeds pop through, having uneven surface spots, empty joints or even loose or cracked pavers. Paving can also become very dirty if not cleaned regularly.

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Driveway Paving - Sealed Driveway Pavers

No matter where you live in the country, if you have natural stone, clay or concrete brick paving, or any similar type surface on the exterior of your home, it is important to protect it. There are many benefits to sealing paving – here are a few… Sealing your pavers protects them from the elements

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Pavers around pool

Camps Bay Project Imagine owning a beautiful home in Camps Bay.  The house itself is fantastic, but the outdoor area leaves much to be desired.  Old, cracked cement used for the steps leading to the house.  The paving to the entrance to the house and patio area was a mix of cement blocks and pavers

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