Being manufacturer, our competency lies in supply of products manufactured by us.  We normally do not undertake execution of work at site. However we are in a position to recommend reliable contractors/agencies for the job. In certain cases, where products require special care of an experienced professional, we may even insist that the execution be carried out only by suggested experienced professionals.

Products are generally made conforming to the requirements of IS 15658 (Concrete Pavers), IS 1237 (Terrazzo Tiles), IS 13801 (Chequered Tiles) or IS 12894 (Flyash Bricks).

Paving Blocks:

  1. Use nylon brush for cleaning the grooves of paving block.
  2. Do not allow debris to build up on your concrete block surface.
  3. It is advised that you clean-up oil spills brake fluid or other chemical spills ASAP
  4. Avoid car washing on your drive ways

Chequered Tiles :

  1. During the fitting time especially during joint filing, use the cement in such a way that the cement should not come out on the surface of tiles which disturbs the beauty of tiles.
  2. Do not use acid for cleaning chequered tiles floor.
  3. Wash the floor at a regular interval.
  4. Use the nylon brush for cleaning the grooves of tiles.

Terrazzo tiles :

  1. Remove the stains from the surface as early as possible so as not to give the chance the mosaic material to absorb the stain causing material.
  2. Dry dust should be firstly removed by dry cloth and then wash it with clean water.
  3. For extra shiny floor, polishing should be done at regular time intervals
  4. Do not use acid for cleaning terrazzo tiles floor
  5. Waxing may cause the deposition of dust on floor and that tend to staining problem. Use Penetrating sealers having characteristics of penetration in cement thus sealing the pores and greatly reducing its absorptive qualities.
  6. Use the warm water with liquid detergent or any other recommended cleaning agent for cleaning the stains.

Pavers are used in the toughest of applications like in metropolitan roads, container yards, railway yards, industrial applications and other internal roads, and also in home backyards, parking etc. As long as you select the proper pavers, it will be strong enough for your application.

Yes but please consult with us for proper selection of material as per your requirement.

  • The many colours and textures available in CBP allow for more versatility in looks and styles than Bitumen or Asphalt Road. (Patterns, lines and images may be built into the paving.)
  • The interlocking action of CBP facilitates far better load distribution than the Bitumen or Asphalt Road.
  • In the event of changes or renovations being made in the paved area, any reclaimed blocks are not wasted, but may be used elsewhere.
  • If services are required beneath the paving the CBP can be lifted without becoming damaged and can be re-laid without leaving any unsightly scars and at no further material costs.
  • Add-ons are easily made in any size to match existing paving.
  • CBP is more resistant to chemical attacks than Bitumen or Asphalt Road, particularly in the case of petro-chemicals.
  • The maintenance costs of CBP are a fraction of those of Bitumen or Asphalt Road.
  • Drainage channels may be built into the design with CBP.
  • Finishing off around trees, etc., may be made with a header course, which is both attractive and practical.

Efflorescence: The whitish residue/patching (CaCO3) appearing on concrete is considered as a natural phenomenon. Efflorescence affects, in more or less magnitude, all types of concrete. Efflorescence on material is not to be treated as a material defect. Efflorescence generally dissipates over a period of time. Treated or finished materials generally do not exhibit efflorescence. However uncoated material stacked unused at site and exposed to moisture, is likely to exhibit efflorescence.

This condition is greatly minimized with the use of our pavers because of the manufacturing process and materials used by us. Efflorescence will wear off in about 2 to 3 months naturally but it can be removed with some cleaners.

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Normally no mortar is needed to install concrete pavers. It is recommended that you use coarse granular sand, which will bind the pavers together with a friction joint. This sand is swept into the joints and compacted to achieve the proper installation.