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While some homeowners choose to do the paving themselves, DIY paving projects are not as simple as they may seem at first glance. While smaller paving projects might be worth getting your hands dirty, however small or large, the project is you have to be prepared to spend a lot of effort into it to achieve the desired results.
Luckily Sydney’s most trusted paving contractors can help you cut down on your costs and achieve a result you can be proud of. Using the best quality materials and tools, you can realise any design you put your eye on and get high quality, durable and modern pavement that will last you for decades to come.
Here are some of the paving services offered on Handymate that you can use. Other paving services offered in Sydney might include patching and pothole repairs, curb and sidewalk repair, crack filling, and so on.
Having a beautifully paved driveway can really boost your home’s curb appeal and increase its value. You can go with a simple asphalt driveway, or add some additional features like paver blocks, to create a completely unique, custom driveway.
Adding a custom design will give your home a unique and interesting look, and make it really stand out.
Your contractor will start the paving process by gathering all the necessary equipment and tools and preparing the driveway.
The main steps required to get the ground ready for paving include excavating the surface, laying it with paving sand, crushed rock and driveway rubble, and compacting them to get the ground ready for paving. After this process is finished, your contractor will start laying the type of pavement you decided to go with. They’ll make sure everything is levelled properly and set in place as they finish up the process and give your driveway a new and improved look.
When it comes to pathways, brick pavers can often be a practical and attractive choice.
Other than the classic brick pavers, there are many other paving options and styles to go with, such as granite, limestone, sandstone, stepping stone, slate paving and more.
If you already have a unique and original idea for paving your patio, or you want some advice as to what would work best for your home, you can talk to your paving contractor who’ll be able to help you pick the best option for you, and come up with a plan that works best for your home. Gone is the day when there were limited paving options. Now, homeowners can choose between many different materials, styles and colours so they can turn their driveway, pathways and patio into a beautiful masterpiece.
When it comes to paving your patio, your contractor will first start by preparing the base, helping you choose the right paving material and start laying it down, making sure it’s levelled at the right height and fits your requirements.
When it comes to brick pavers, you can expect to pay around $70 to $90 per square metre, whereas stone pavers cost around $75 to $100. The cheapest option remains to be concrete pavers that typically cost around $45 to $60 per square metre.
Let’s take a look at some of the main factors that can influence the price of these services.
One of the main factors that can influence the paving costs is the type of surface you’re working with. Prices can vary a lot depending on whether you need to have your patio, pathway or driveway paved. Another thing paving contractors take into consideration is whether or not the surface that the pavers will be laid on is level or sloped.
If you’re looking for a specific custom design that requires a lot of work and precision, you can expect to pay a higher price than you would for a simple design.
The amount of prep work required is another important factor that can influence your overall costs. If the surface that needs to be paved is level and clean, there will be less prep work for the paving contractor to do and the costs will therefore be lower.
However, if the surface is slopped it will require a lot more work to get it levelled and ready for paving, which will be calculated in the final cost of the services.
The type of pavers you choose to go with also plays a role in the overall price of the services. That’s because some pavers are easier to install and require less time and effort, while others such as granite cobblestones vary in thickness and are less uniform, which makes them harder to install.
Two small areas in the front and backyard need to be re-paved. I have the bricks ready for one of the areas (the old, crumbling bricks will need to be removed), the other area will be asphalt
I have brick pavers that I took out when we were doing some plumbing work in the yard. They need to be re-layed.
I'm interested in the offer 'Concrete Paving Service - Upto 50sqm listed in Handymate.
Small paving project. My driveway has been cracked and crumbling for some time now and needs to be repaired.
Re-paving a section in the garden, re-arranging garden bed boundaries, moving pots of plats and flowers and a few simple tasks along the way.
I'm interested in the offer 'Driveway Brick Paving - Upto 30sqm listed in Handymate.
If you're thinking of putting up a new patio and aren't sure what materials will work best, let’s take a look at some of the top-ranked patio pavers homeowners typically go with. The best and most commonly used pavers for patios and other similar outdoor projects include concrete pavers, brick pavers, flagstone, slate, pea gravel, wood and decomposed granite.
In order to protect the foundations of your home from water damage, you should aim to build your patio with a 3-5 cm slope. This way, water can drain easily from the pavers and into the ground, away from your home's foundation.
While this depends on the amount of traffic they will get, as well as the type of materials you'll use, patio pavers should normally be at least 5 cm thick. While you may save some money by going with thinner pavers, you can risk having them crack, making way for weeds to pop up and ruin your whole patio.
You can prevent your patio pavers from moving by adding a solid edge to your patio. Some of the most commonly used edging materials include a concrete, metal or plastic edge. This will keep your pavers in place and keep them from shifting.
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