Advantages of Pavers

High load-bearing capacity and high impact tolerance. This allows heavier loads and traffic over the sub-base, which would normally require heavily reinforced concrete. This results in heavy cost cuts

Low maintenance. Requires no special tools or machinery. Maintenance is non-disruptive to normal utilization. Simultaneous repairing of streets can be easily carried out.

Easy to install.

No post-installation curing. The site is immediately usable.

Highly resistant to corrosion, hydraulic fuels and motor oils, when compared to asphalt pavements.

Re-locatable and re-configurable.

Colour variations are useful in marking sub-surface pipes and / or other systems without disruption of surface area.

Easy to remove & relay

Advantages of Hollow Blocks

Concrete hollow blocks have holes, which are horizontally aligned. This allows moisture to seep through. Blocks are made of concrete, which absorbs very little water. At the same time, they have vertically aligned holes, which do not allow moisture to seep through.

Saving in mortar for plasterwork. Uniform Plaster thickness can be maintained due to precision of the size of block as compared to brick work where plaster thickness of average 20 mm is required to produce uniform and even plastered surface due to variations in the sizes of bricks.

Electrical and plumbing works require no additional channels.

No problem of the appearance of salts, hence great saving in the maintenance of final finishes to the walls. fixing of Blocks is much quicker as compared to brick work, hence saving in time.

Advantages of Solid Blocks

Economy in design of sub-structure due to reduction of loads. Saving in mortar for laying of blocks as compared to ordinary brick work.

Substantially lighter per unit area of wall.

Wall requires no plaster if desired necessary.

Made of cement, adhesion with plastering is very strong.

Superb sound and heat insulating qualities.

Reduces the quantity of cement mortar required for fixing and finishing.

Paint can be applied directly on to the wall.

Tolerance is less than 3 mm.