SurePave permeable paving panels are the ideal solution for reinforcing grass or gravel in highly stressed areas, vehicle parking, driveways, golf courses, parks or hard stand areas for boats, trailers or caravans.
The robust cellular design of SurePave offers a perfect paving alternative to concrete while still maintaining all the benefits of a hard pavement.
Porous and free draining SurePave allows water to be absorbed easily creating a safe and functional surface that is natural and attractive.
Significant features of SurePave paving panels include a unique positive interlocking system to hold panels in place, a small panel size for ease in transportation and installation, and the panels are also light and stackable for efficient storage.
Wanting a paving solution that encompasses style and functionality, that can withstand heavy duty usage? Look no further than the SurePave Paving System.
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Frequently Asked Questions
SurePave is a plastic cellular paving grid for reinforcing grass or gravel where a permeable/porous surface is required. SurePave is an attractive natural looking paving alternative to concrete, asphalt pavements and grass stabilisation products. It is used in farming applications to achieve stable, permeable stock races and standoff areas.
SurePave is used in many applications including trafficked areas in both grass and gravel including car parks, bus parks, walking tracks, emergency access roads, golf course paths, over flow car parking, grass or gravel driveways, farm gateways and tracks and tree root protection to name a few.
814mm x 612mm. Two panels make up 1 square meter, panels are 0.5 m2.
Yes, using a geotextile is essential. Firstly directly under the SurePave panel to stop the weeds coming up and the expensive stone mixing with the base course layer using the FilterPlus™ or DuraForce™ AS240 range of geotextile.
However, if using SurePave for a driveway application we also recommend placing a layer of DuraForce AS240 geotextile directly onto the clay/sub base to prevent the base course aggregate (e.g. GAP 40) being pushed into the clay and creating an uneven surface. Click on the link below for more information on this range.
SurePave is very easy to install and can be easily installed by any able-bodied DIY person. Panels are laid onto a consistent level gradient (a compacted base course may be required for higher-use areas). Working from left to right, lay the panels so that the connecting lugs are leading. The lugs should firmly interlock, making SurePave quick and easy to lay.
- Unique, positive interlocking system.
- Can be used for grass or gravel and it reduces dust
- Big panel size – Only 2 panels per m2
- SurePave is free draining, eliminating potholes and ponding.
- 100% recycled (Black), 100% recyclable.
- Permeable paving solution, ideal for soaking up stormwater.
- Extremely strong – able to withstand 700 tonnes per m2 when filled.
- Panels can be easily cut to conform to shape using a hand saw or circular saw.
A base course material should be placed and compacted to sufficient depth to take the projected loading. As a guide, if the surface needs to withstand heavy vehicles, the base course should be at least 150mm thick, or for light vehicles the base course should be about 75mm-150mm thick and for pedestrians and bicycles, only 50mm-100mm thickness is needed. Depending on the soil type and the projected traffic loadings, a geotextile (Duraforce AS240) and/or a (SecuGrid® 20-20) may be required.
Yes, SurePave panels interlock using a unique, positive interlocking system.
816mm x 612mm x 40mm
Running too fast, riding your bike or wearing high heels on gravel or decorative stone can sometimes feel daunting, especially if it’s wet!