Peter Vukmirovic from Repave - Concreting
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Peter Vukmirovic is the owner operator of Repave and has been in the concreting industry since 2004. Services include liquid limestone, exposed aggregate and polished concrete, and Peter provides a 5-year workmanship warranty.

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Peter Vukmirovic from Repave - Concreting

Your local concreting expert

Peter Vukmirovic has been in the concreting industry since 2004 and can take expert care of any concreting projects large or small. You can rest assured that he and his experienced team will do the job right first time; they can also remove any old pavers and prepare areas, so you don’t have to lift a finger.

Peter gives a written 5-year warranty on all workmanship and is a member of the Housing Industry Association.

Great customer service

Peter and his team pride themselves on offering good old-fashioned customer service. They are prompt, reliable, friendly and will always leave any work areas clean and tidy when the job is finished. This is why they get lots of referrals from happy customers.

  • Liquid limestone
  • Exposed concrete
  • Polished & coloured concrete
  • Spray-on paving
  • Prompt & reliable
  • Great customer service
  • Affordable
  • 5-year workmanship warranty

Liquid limestone

Liquid limestone is an excellent alternative to traditional paving options and is ideal for use on driveways, pool surrounds, floors, verandas and patio areas. It can also be used to cover hard-to-reach areas without the need for shaping.

Benefits include:

  • Looks great
  • Cool under foot
  • Low maintenance
  • Durable & long-lasting
  • Available in a range of colours
  • Capable of supporting heavy vehicles
  • Adds value to your property
  • Does not subside
  • Cool under foot
  • Modern appearance
  • Can be customised

The team at Repave has over 30 years of combined experience in laying liquid limestone and was one of the first to lay this advanced product in Western Australia.

Exposed aggregate concrete

The appearance of exposed aggregate concrete is achieved by spraying off the top layer of concrete to expose the colourful rocks beneath.

The popularity of exposed aggregate concrete has significantly increased in recent years as homeowners have sought a modern, stylish and cost-effective finish for their outdoor areas.

Benefits include:

  • Wide range of colours & aggregates to suit any style of home
  • Durable & cost-effective
  • Great for high-traffic areas
  • Robust & low maintenance
  • Non-slip
  • Polished concrete flooring

This is another flooring alternative that has become popular in recent years. It is an extremely durable option ideal for use in both residential and commercial spaces.

Polished concrete combines the robust qualities of concrete with the appearance of natural stone and has many benefits.

  • Non-slip
  • Durable
  • Cost-effective
  • Easy to clean
  • Low-maintenance
  • Available in a wide range of styles and finishes
  • Spray-on paving is also available in a wide range of designs and colours.
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7 easy ways to get ahead with your mortgage repayments

By paying off your home loan ahead of schedule, you can save thousands off your total interest bill. Take a look to see how you can save – and become mortgage-free faster.

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March 10, 2022
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Stop cockroaches from invading your home

Have pesky cockroaches taken over your home? They can be difficult to get rid of, so the best way is to make sure they don’t get in to start with.

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March 10, 2022
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How to fake a clean house in 30 minutes

If family or friends popping are round for an impromptu visit and your house looks like a hurricane has hit, here are some clever tips to make it look clean and tidy in no time (we won’t tell if you don’t!).

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March 10, 2022
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