Wienerberger has launched an extended range of tumbled clay pavers in the UK. The pavers have been developed as a rustic-style alternative to standard clay pavers which are suitable for both domestic and commercial projects.
The tumbled clay range introduces three new pre-blended mixes in addition to the standard Penter clay paver range: Alfaton, Quality and Supraton.
The range has been manufactured to withstand heavy foot and light vehicular traffic, with the potential to last ‘several lifetimes’ after installation according to Wienerberger.
Nick Rudham, Penter’s national sales manager, commented: “Our new range of tumbled pavers offers a unique look for architect’s upcoming projects, whether garden design or a more commercial project.
As with all Penter clay pavers, the individual colours and blends will allow projects to really stand out from the crowd, as well as offering unparalleled longevity through their natural colourfastness and durability. With exciting colours and sizes available, it should truly form part of an unique design for a landscaped area.”
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