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Paving- All Patterns, All Designs.2017-09-05T04:28:04+00:00

We pave driveways, pathways, and all outdoor areas.

Whatever pattern you choose, whichever pavers you buy, we can install them. See our illustrations below for popular patterns, including borders and infills.

We also install soakwells and drainage.

On this page:

Paving Patterns

See a range of popular paving bonds, including borders and infill patterns.

FAQs for Paving

Read some of our most frequently asked questions related to paving

Our Blogs on Paving

Find loads more information and pictures in our paving related blogs

Paving Patterns

Pavers can be laid in a variety of patterns to achieve the look you want. See some of the most popular paving patterns below. Pavers come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and materials, so if you are not sure what we can do with your choice of paver, contact us to speak to an expert.

Paving Bond

The bond, or the pattern, of the pavers will be influenced by the size and shape of your chosen paver, as well as the style of your home and your personal preference.

For some driveways where the brick pavers will continue out to the kerb and thus form your council vehicle crossover, check with your local council for rules and regulations on allowable paver type and patterns.

stretcher bond brick paving

Stretcher bond 90

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Stretcher Bond 45

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Stack Bond 90

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Stack Bond 45

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Herringbone 90

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Herringbone 45

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Basket Weave

See our illustration of some of the most common and popular patterns for paving. We have used a rectangular brick paver for illustrative purposes only, although if you are paving with square pavers, this will affect the bond you choose. You can also incorporate a random bond with large, square pavers, where pavers are cut to random square and rectangular shapes and sizes.

Paving Borders and Inlays

As well as considering your paving bond, there are different ways to design your border. See our illustrations below for examples of borders, as well as inlay borders and feature inlays. Again, your border will be subject to the size and shape of your chosen paver.

90 Herringbone with pencil header

Flat Header Course

Soldier header

Soldier Header Course

45 herringbone paving with pencil inlay and soldier header

Pencil Line/ Stretcher Inlay

Paving diamond feature inlay

Double Diamond Contrasting Inlay

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Diamond Contrasting Inlay

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cropped-logo_short_orange.pngFAQs

Find out answers to some of our most frequently asked questions for paving.

We do not manufacture or supply pavers. But we still encourage you to talk to one of our team  for friendly advice!
Yes, but you will need to allow for wastage- an additional amount of pavers to be ordered to allow for cuts. Depending on the paving pattern and the shape of the area you want paved, the wastage will be different. For example, a long, narrow path paved in a 45 degree herringbone pattern will require more wastage than a large square area in a 90 degree stack bond pattern. If you are unsure how many square metres of pavers to order, contact your supplier or ask us.
No. If you are using contrasting pavers in the same area, make sure they are the same height. Also to find out what the minimum height is for pavers to be used in your driveway, vehicle crossover or on your verge, contact your local council.
Contact your local council for verge treatment approval before commencing any verge work. Different councils have varying rules and regulations for what you can install on your council verge.
Yes, we can. Just keep in mind that depending on how old the pavers are, we can’t guarantee the condition they are in and may break on moving them. Additionally, if they were laid a long time ago, there is no guarantee that you will be able to source matching pavers if you find you run short or some of them break on being moved. It is recommended you check availability of matching pavers prior to commencing if you are concerned that this may become a problem.
Yes. If you are paving an area that currently allows for natural absorption such as grass, you may need to consider installing a soakwell if there is nowhere else for the water to go. This should be done at the same time so it can be incorporated into the work.

Also talk to us about designing your paved area to include a small incline to discourage water pooling and taking water away from your house.

limestone pavers with charcoal border infillYes. It can look very effective choosing pavers that contrast in colour and dimensions to create borders and infills in one area, as long as the pavers are the same height.

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You can find loads of extra information and pictures for paving from our related blog posts. See some of our posts below for trade insight on paving.