Category: Blog

Our council has introduced a WSUD policy into the planning permit process… What now?

Water sensitive urban design or WSUD aims to reduce the amount of impervious hard surfaces and mitigate changes to the natural water balance. (more…)

Why are StoneSet rubber tree pits the best?

Trees like to move and in the hard landscaping world, they like to move a lot. (more…)

Hazelbrook Station Upgrade

A station refurbishment at Hazelbrook was part of an upgrade of the Great Western Highway at Lawson. One aspect of the works, was to improve the aesthetics of the existing concrete pathways.  (more…)

Renovate now with StoneSet

If you looking to renovate and add value to your property, whether for re-sale, rental income or for your own enjoyment, this can be quite a challenge. (more…)

When landscaping “goes green”

Going green with your landscaping has many benefits. It keeps set-up and maintenance costs down, it looks beautiful and remains this way for a very long time without the need for constant maintenance. (more…)

Porous Paving: A Win-Win for Your Hardscaping

With summer only a few months away, you’re probably thinking of sprucing up your outdoor space, especially your hardscape. Often, the design of the hardscape is just as fundamental as the house itself.

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Commercial Paving by StoneSet

Are you a school, hospital, commercial centre with a car park or paved area which is in need of an update? In that case you might want to install pavement that uses locally sourced recycled or reclaimed materials, and that is handicap accessible.

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Backyard Fun: Building a Pool in Your Backyard

Swimming pools are a great addition to homes. Not only do they provide fun and a healthy entertainment for the whole family, but they also add great value to the home.  (more…)

Pave the Way to an Eco-Friendly Driveway

If you always wanted to replace your driveway and are considering an asphalt or old concrete in its place, better think twice.

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Porous Paving: Applications for Your Business or home

What do tennis courts, pedestrian walkways, and your driveway all have in common? Many of them are not the most effective at allowing water to return to the ground. (more…)