We know not everyone is a skilled and well equipped paver layer or landscaper. In a paving job one of the biggest expenses (apart from the pavers of course) is sourcing, borrowing, buying or hiring equipment to allow you to complete your paving job successfully and professionally. Whether it’s the basics like wheelbarrows, shovels or screeds and the more expensive mechanical equipment like wacker packers and wet saws.
Well we want to make your paving job just that little bit easier by offering to you a simple paver and block cutting service that will help you achieve a professional finish, with out the expense of hiring a wet saw for a day, weekend or month.
How does it work?
As we can not be on everyone’s paving job site, we ask for you to bring your paving cut requirements to us. Watch the video for some tips on how to best mark and prepare your pavers for cutting. We recommend completing as much of your paving job as possible and leaving the cutting until the end, provided the chosen paving pattern allows for this. Once complete, move around the area marking cuts on your spare pavers just like in the video. Make sure you use a suitable permanent marker as pencil will wash off under the saw. Remember, sometimes you may be able to use the rejected pavers (not suitable as a full unit) for cuts as we may be able to cut off a broken section or chipped corner to fit.
If you’re completing a very large job requiring large volumes of cuts, we recommend hiring a wet saw from your local hire store. This will save you having to mark many cut lines and transport them back to the store for cutting.
Cuts are charged out on a per paver basis and are quoted job by job, so it is best to give us a call on 3373 4920 to discuss the specifics of your paving job. Please allow 24-48 hours turn around for cutting jobs, but in many cases we may be able to get the job complete while you wait. Alternatively, fill out the quotation form below and one of our friendly team will get back to you within 48-hours.
Watch the video above for tips on marking and cutting your pavers