SurePave permeable paving panels are the ideal solution for reinforcing grass or gravel in highly stressed areas, vehicle parking, driveways, golf courses, parks or hard stand areas for boats, trailers or caravans.
The robust cellular design of SurePave offers a perfect paving alternative to concrete while still maintaining all the benefits of a hard pavement.
Porous and free draining SurePave allows water to be absorbed easily creating a safe and functional surface that is natural and attractive.
Wanting a paving solution that encompasses style and functionality, that can withstand heavy duty usage? SurePave uses advanced gravel lock technology that makes this a truly unique paving system, look no further! SurePave is ideal for pebble and hoggin paths around your property.
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SurePave pavers are designed with convenience in mind; the lightweight plastic panels add cost savings to all areas of your project including ease of installation, transportation and storage.
Permeable paving with SurePave is an eco-friendly solution to traditional concrete or the next step in grass reinforcement, be it for overflow car parking, leisure areas, driveways, paths or any other trafficked area for grass or gravel.
Frequently Asked Questions
SurePave is used in many applications including trafficked areas in both grass and gravel including car parks, bus parks, walking tracks, emergency access roads, golf course paths, over flow car parking, grass or gravel driveways, farm gateways and tracks and tree root protection to name a few.
SurePave is very easy to install and can be easily installed by any able-bodied DIY person. Panels are laid onto a consistent level gradient (a compacted base course may be required for higher-use areas). Working from left to right, lay the panels so that the connecting lugs are leading. The lugs should firmly interlock, making SurePave quick and easy to lay.
The maximum grade we recommend SurePave can be installed on is 20% (1 in 5) or 11 degrees, providing it is installed as per our standard installation guide.
A base course material should be placed and compacted to sufficient depth to take the projected loading. As a guide, if the surface needs to withstand heavy vehicles, the base course should be at least 150mm thick, or for light vehicles the base course should be about 75mm-150mm thick and for pedestrians and bicycles, only 50mm-100mm thickness is needed. Depending on the soil type and the projected traffic loadings, a geotextile and/or geogrid may be required.