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Why are Granite Pavers good for you and How are they different from other popular Natural Stones?

Granite Pavers have been used for hundreds of years in the building and construction fields. It is particularly excellent in high traffic areas such as sidewalks and pavements. Granite Pavers are a popular choice for flooring applications because it can completely transform the look of any home, commercial building, interior, exterior, floor, wall, benchtop, fireplace and more.

 

Granite Pavers are being seen and used more in the garden and landscapes of residential properties. It can blend in so well with plants, trees, and flowers, enabling people to create a space where one can enjoy their natural surroundings while extending the space of your house. Wherever you used this, it will surely enhance the overall appeal and market value of your investment. Compared to other natural stones, this type of stone is more convenient, and you can use it almost for your home and to your backyard. With this, you can use this type of stone for all your landscaping needs; no need to get another type of stone as it is perfect All-in-One.

 

Here are some benefits that you can get when you use Granite Pavers than using other Natural Stones:

 

  • Aesthetic

Granite Pavers carry immense beauty. it helps and will enhance the look of any place with timeless elegance. They blend in so well with all types of surroundings, whether they are used for interior or exterior.

 

  • Durability

Granite is one of the most durable and strong types of stones. It has a hard surface making it difficult to chip, or scratch. This makes an ideal for use in high traffic areas since it will last a lifetime. It is also colorfast and stain-resistant.

 

  • Safety

Granite Pavers are ideal use around pool areas or where there will be a lot of water splashed onto the floor or where there will be people/kids walking and playing around. It is a hardwearing, rough surface making it slip-resistant and not prone to accidents to children while enjoying their swim.

 

  • Low-Maintenance

It has a little to no maintenance required while using Granite Pavers. It is also recommendable that you seal your pavers once a year to help reduce the risk of permanent staining.

 

  • Non-Combustible

Granites are a 100% non-combustible material making it completely fireproof and completely heat resistant. This means that it can be used near a fireplace or barbecue and resulting to not be too hot to walk on especially during hot Summer’s Day.

 

We hope that with this simple information helped you know the difference and benefits you can get when you use Granite Pavers instead of other popular Natural Stones. Also, we supply and install Granite Pavers, just give us a call (03) 9402 6483

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