PLC Group


Expert advice

Pavers come in a wide variety of surface finishes, colours and shapes, and then there is a huge choice of laying patterns to complement your style of home. Sometimes it’s hard to make a decision, so Nathan can discuss the look you are trying to achieve and advise on the best paving solution. He also specialises in natural stone.

Professional paving has many benefits:

  • A paved driveway, patio or pool surround will add value to your home.
  • Paving helps with water drainage.
  • Pavers are low maintenance.
  • Pavers are flexible and unlikely to crack.
  • Damage is easily removed by replacing the affected pavers.
  • Outdoor areas/pool areas are attractive, inviting and relaxing.
  • Pavers are very strong and durable.

Drainage problems solved

Is your paving sinking? It could be a drainage and soakwell problem caused by storm water. Nathan and his team are the experts on drainage issues. They will come and diagnose the problem and then provide a permanent solution. All work comes with a guarantee.

Your outdoor area is left clean & tidy

The team at PLC Group is extremely meticulous and when it comes to cleaning up after themselves. They will make sure that all debris is removed, leaving your property neat and tidy.

No job to big or too small

Along with new paving projects, the team at PLC also offer paving and drainage repairs. They can install and repair soakwells, fix sinking paving, and deal with flooding and water pooling problems.

Leave the hard work to the experts

You might think paving your outdoor areas looks easy, but there is more to it than meets the eye. It is back breaking work and there are a lot of things that you will have to take into consideration:

For example:

  • Pool paving must meet the Australian Standard for slip resistance.
  • Some pavers are not suitable for around salt-water pools and in coastal areas.
  • Driveways must have a 60mm paver.
  • Pedestrian areas only need a 40mm paver.
  • Paving must allow a fall away to allow drainage away from your home.
  • The highest point of the paving must be below the damp proof level of any building.