Expressing pride and the individual nature of your home with StoneSet is a trend being led by residents of the hills district in Sydney. Taking advantage of this relatively new and innovative way to harness the modern paving technology of binding loose stone with Polyurethane resin.
One of the main concerns from customers that have had spray-pave coatings is whether the 16mm resin bound stone topping may not grab hold of their existing smooth, spray coating which has already sealed the concrete.
With one of the most beautiful aspects in the Coastal NSW town of Nelson bay, we look at an incredibly unique fully porous driveway, designed and installed entirely as a DIY project by the homeowner.
We’re often asked, what allowance does StoneSet receive for ‘porosity’ with Councils, specifically in regard to hard to soft landscaping ratios. In this project video, we speak with a home owner in Ku Ring Gai council who has just completed an immaculate build.
The 2020 search phase “Coronavirus near me” will undoubtedly dwarf the number of 2019 google searches for “Fires near me”, which came in as the most popular trending phrase of the year on google by Australians at the end of 2019.
Heres another great project featuring Charcoal Tan Ash
Thankfully Lockdowns are being eased as the light at the end of the tunnel appears for Australia. Before business conditions return to normal, we’re giving you even more motivation to get that old cracked driveway solved or finish off the DIY paving project you’ve been planning. Continue reading “Unlock Great Pricing”
We take a deeper dive into the world of concrete sealers and driveway maintenance. Particularly relevant for homeowners looking at investing in a new exposed aggregate driveways. StoneSet’s 10 year warranty of no loose stone means you save thousands of dollars avoiding maintenance and re-sealing programs.
Australia’s spending habits have changed dramatically during April 2020. We review some of the more popular DIY paving projects home owners have taken on as they remain house-bound during lock down.
Strict social distancing and mass cancellation of events across Australian has seen photographers lose work whilst families are yearning to reconnect with community. An innovative new trend to capture family portraits on our driveways is documenting this new way of life, as we all find ways to remain connected with our communities during lockdown.