Hard Landscape Materials

Hard Landscape Materials

The structure of a garden is usually made up of hard materials. This one has a lot of different materials, to provide interest and texture the garden.

The materials used are :-

  • Kebur Contempo Brazillian Black Slate Paving is a premium quality slate with a beautiful smooth surface and a consistent deep charcoal colour. Its low water absorption and frost resistance mean the stone looks good for longer and requires little maintenance. Slabs are accurately calibrated for even thickness and come in three sizes: 900 x 600 x 20mm, 600 x 600 x 20mm and 600 x 400 x 20mm. Matching copings are used in this garden, and Brazillian Slate Steps and Setts are also available. 

  • Kebur style clad porcelain is a large format 1500 x 750 x 6mm porcelain tile suitable for cladding external walls, planters and water features, as well as indoor surfaces. The large size results in fewer joints and grouting to give your designs seamless colour and texture. With its metallic look and subtle sheen, this porcelain cladding provides a vivid and sophisticated backdrop to landscape designs. This exquisite cladding is displayed in a refined Black titanium shade and is also available in Rust and Grey.

  • Kebur Asian Blue Tumbled Setts are a stunning silver-blue colour natural stone with occasional white veining. Every 200 x 50 x 50mm block is sawn on all sides and tumbled to enhance the natural beauty. These setts can be used to create stunning driveways, patios, courtyards, paths and edgings.

All products are available by visiting https://www.kebur.co.uk/

Recalimed Brick Wall

K-BRIQ is sustainable:

• Over 90% recycled content – reduced landfill from construction and demolition

• Low energy in production, low carbon footprint – no kiln firing

• No cement

• No need for painting or surface treatment

• Fully recyclable as inert construction waste at end of life Key benefits:

• Suitable for most traditional brick and block applications

• Range of colours available

• Similar appearance to traditional brick

• Low energy in occupation – Thermal mass and humidity buffering

• Sustainable – the highest recycled content of any construction material on the market coupled with low energy production and recyclability

Find out more by visiting https://kenoteq.com/