Autumn leaves are falling! Apart from meaning more work out in the garden, this harbinger of Winter cold to come is a reminder – now is a great time to create a fire-pit!
Here’s this weeks project in the north-western Sydney suburb of Glenwood. There was an obvious need to either remediate the stained and aged stamped concrete driveway, or in this case, resurface it completely in Yellow Sienna stone
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
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.
Here at StoneSet we are used to completely transforming a public space or the way a property presents on the street. We have developed a variety of porous paving applications as porous paving is suitable for numerous applications Here were some of our best before and afters.
Sure, your old hardscape may be cracked, split, or fractured, but it could still be strong enough to provide the foundation for a beautiful new piece of pavement. Why rip up a solid foundation just because it’s starting to wear down?
When people hear the phrase green construction, they always tend to imagine tearing out whatever structure already exists to put in something that’s more eco-friendly. However, something that a lot of people don’t consider is that anything you tear down creates waste. It has to be broken up, hauled away, and the remnants disposed of.
How many times have you found yourself staring out at your garden path, or your walkways, and winced at the state of repair they’re in? There may be divots in the stone, it’s dingy, or it’s just plain ugly. You can remember how sleek and smooth it looked when it was new, but those days are long behind you. You know you should replace it, but that would cost a shiny penny. And there’s nothing wrong with it when it comes down to the foundation: it’s just the surface that’s become unsightly.