FAQ about Brick Pavers
Brick paving is generally cheaper than concrete and a lot easier to do yourself. It is easy to install so installation costs are lower compared to concrete. Brick paving is also more appealing due to their colours and patterns you can achieve so they can add value to your home. Concrete can develop unsightly cracks and are more expensive to fix or to access underground services.
Laying your pavers on sand is generally recommended, especially for areas that require drainage. You can use mortar with your pavers for areas that require less drainage but need additional strength and durability.
Depending on your project, brick paving can be done by yourself. As brick pavers are easier to handle, it makes laying them easier than larger heavier pavers. You are view our DIY Paving guide here.
Brick pavers are very popular for driveways. This is because they are available in 50mm and 60mm thickness and able to withstand an extremely high level of load bearing weight. Brick pavers do not crack like poured concrete and hold their colour better than coloured concrete. Brick pavers are cheaper than concrete and lower maintenance.
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APC Has you covered for Brick Pavers in Adelaide
Brick pavers are a popular choice amongst home owners and here at Australian Paving Centre, we take pride in being a leading supplier in Adelaide for all brick pavers. Known for their versatility, low maintenance, large colour range, flexible paving pattern options and their strength and durability for driveway and pathway paving. At APC, we offer the best bricks at the best prices.
The benefit of brick pavers is that they can match traditional style homes by using our range of clay pavers and red or cream pavers. Or they can complement a more modern and contemporary look with our darker and earthy tones and paving pattern styles. Brick pavers are multi-functional and can be used for any paving project around your home.
This particular type of paving option is available in a range of materials such as clay, concrete, permeable and our new and highly popular honed traditional pavers which is an exposed aggregate brick paver.
Our brick pavers range include slip resistant options and come in 40mm, 50mm or even 60mm which is suitable for commercial paving.