Using PaverMaker

Please refer to the Videos below to get a quick overview of how easy and simple PaverMaker is to use:

SITE PREPARATION

LAYING THE CONCRETE

CUSTOM EDGES

FINISH & TEXTURE

FILLING JOINTS

BORDER MAKER

Just one Border Maker mould will produce hundreds of metres of garden edging each day because the mould is removed while the concrete is still wet. No special skills are required – anyone can achieve a professional result due to the smart design of the mould.

Ground preparation is minimal. First, dig a shallow trench about 110mm wide and max 70mm deep – a trenching shovel is the perfect size. If you want your edging to protrude above ground level, reduce the depth of the trench. Place the mould in the trench, fill it with concrete, smooth off the top, immediately remove the mould, and then repeat the process. (Use the same general procedure as shown in the “How To” videos above)

Use a traditional 3:2:1 concrete mix (gravel:sand:cement). We recommend a small ‘pea size’ gravel as it settles into the mould more easily. Use bulk raw materials for large jobs (and maximum savings) or the pre-mixed concrete sold in hardware stores (20kg bags) for smaller jobs.

For special effect add a coloured oxide to the water before you mix it into the concrete. See more information on colours in our FAQs; full instructions are included with each mould.

Simple, cost effective and no skill needed for a professional result because the mould does all the work. With proper care, your mould will last many years.

Mould approx 450 x 105 x 70mm deep Create straight or curved garden edges
STEPPING STONE MOULD

Just one Stepping Stone mould will make hundreds of cobblestone stepping stones each day because the mould is removed while the concrete is still wet. No special skills are required – anyone can achieve a professional result due to the smart design of the mould.

Ground preparation is minimal. Simply excavate an area where you want a stepping stone (330 x 330 x 40mm deep), place the mould in the excavation, fill it with concrete, smooth off the top, immediately remove the mould, then repeat the process. (Use the same general procedure as shown in the “How To” videos above)

Note that although the finished stepping stone looks like four individual stones with deep separations, it is in fact one piece of robust concrete.

Best of all, this Stepping Stone mould is specially designed so that it can also be run end-to-end around garden edges to provide a wide mowing strip. Versatile!

Use a traditional 3:2:1 concrete mix (gravel:sand:cement). We recommend a small ‘pea size’ gravel as it settles into the mould more easily. Use bulk raw materials for large jobs (and maximum savings) or the pre-mixed concrete sold in hardware stores (20kg bags) for smaller jobs.

For special effect add a coloured oxide to the water before you mix it into the concrete. See more information on colours in our FAQs; full instructions are included with each mould.

Simple, cost effective and no skill needed for a professional result because the mould does all the work. With proper care, your mould will last many years.

Mould approx 330 x 330 x 40mm deep

 

 
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