|Location||Concord, New South Wales|
|Total Area||61 square meters|
This porous pathway was installed at the side of a new build home in concord. The sterling colour was chosen as a way of softening the side pathway look, without the need for loose gravel or a gravel binder solution.
Porous pathways are great for those narrow, enclosed spaces at the side of the home or in darker areas shaded by buildings. Because the surface is water porous, there is no chance for algae to build up and create slip hazards. This is particularly important for neighbouring properties which may experience heavy runoff from imperviously paved surfaces.
Such was the case for this new build development. Given the development restrictions and the overall footprint of the property on the block, the side pathway had to be porous to reduce the amount of runoff to the adjacent property.
Clean and Modern Porous paving
Named after the Pound Sterling – this vibrant silver aggregate is ideal to brighten the usually dark spaces at the sides of homes, particularly narrow pathways such as this one.
Sterling is almost exclusively a modern home masterpiece imparting an impression of a finished surface that is ‘truly stainless’.
Installed and dry in 24 hours
All up, applying StoneSet to this Pathway was a 1 day install, covering 61 square meters of resin bound stone giving the exposed aggregate look, at an average depth of 25mm.
View this map to read about StoneSet jobs installed in near you! Gravel binding is not one of the first things that comes to mind when looking for Pathway ideas and particularly when paving over existing hard surfaces. You can read more detail on Pathway we’ve done and see photos of these projects here.