Products

FlexiPlus v Quadpave

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We are showcasing the difference between the two profiles of flexiplus and quadpave!  Size Quadpave/Flexipave – 198x98mm  Flexipave Plus/ Flexiplus – 300x150mm  Application The Flexiplus comes in 80mm only. This is suitable for most applications but most commonly used for the driveway.  The Quadpave comes in 60mm, 80mm and 100mm thickness. This allows for flexibility […]

Projects

Rectangle or Brick Pavers Installation at Bungalows

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We don’t often get to do installations at private homes so this was a fun project for a change of scenery! We completed an installation of flexipave/quadpave at a few bungalows for their driveway.  Original Bungalows Driveway Originally, the bungalows driveways consisted of clay pavers. Clay pavers are generally being phased out as they tend […]

Projects

Rectangle Interlocking Pavers at Community Centre Driveway

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Community Centre Interlocking Pavers Driveway

In this post, we are showcasing a simple installation pattern used at a community centre driveway project in black and grey and the Quadpave profile. The installation pattern is relatively simple, resulting in a quick turnaround time. The base colour for the installation is black, which is our current recommended base colour. The colour is […]

Projects

Quadpave Rectangle Installation at Condominium

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This particular project was interesting as it utilised the flexible shape of the Quadpave 200x100mm and colour to create texture and signals. First, by using a coloured base for the driveway, we avoided or at least minimalized tonality issues. The pigmented colours tend to have less color tone difference as compared to the “grey” or […]

Projects

Executive Condominium at Seng Kang

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The interlocking paving installation was completed in 2013, using a mixture of grey and black tiles for a quietly elegant design. The driveway was built upon a slope, hence the use of kerb at the start and end of the slope to ensure that the pavers were held in place. This is common practice as […]