Kebur Contempo Brazilian Slate Paving

Kebur Contempo Brazilian Slate Paving

Follow Share Share Tweet Email PrintOur Kebur Contempo Brazilian Slate Paving is now available in store and online. This gorgeous slate comes in two different colours blue and grey. Both colours come in contemporary sizes 900 x 600, 600 x 600, 600 x 400. This slate has a lightly riven surface with sawn edges. Brazilian slate is strong, with low water absorption and frost resistance ensuring the stone looks good for longer and requires little maintenance. Our Brazilian slate is laid in our outside display area in both colours, we would always recommend customers to come and have a look at the paving laid. For any further questions please email us sales@kebur.co.uk or call on 01252 517571. Follow Share Share Tweet Email...
Sinai Pearl Limestone

Sinai Pearl Limestone

Follow Share Share Tweet Email PrintThis month the Kebur Landscape division completed their first job using our Contempo Sinai Pearl Limestone. Using two sizes 600 x 600 and 600 x 400 slabs to create this stunning linear patio. They have edged the patio with Chartham Multi bricks to match the house and created raised beds using sleepers. Once the paving was completed they pointed it using GFTK 850. For any further questions please call us on 01252 517571 or email us at sales@kebur.co.uk. Follow Share Share Tweet Email...
How to make a planter out of sleepers

How to make a planter out of sleepers

Follow Share Share Tweet Email PrintSleepers have many different uses in the garden but one of the most popular is using them to create planters. You don’t need to get in a professional landscaper to do it, these simple and easy instructions are perfect for DIY! 8 easy steps to making a sleeper planter Mark out your area: Firstly, you need to mark out the area that you want to create into a planter. Cut sleepers: Once you have purchased sleepers you need to decide what shape you want the planter then cut the sleepers down to the correct size using a handsaw or electric saw. Lay into shape: Once these are cut, lay them out on the area into the shape that you want your planter to be. Butt them up end to side at the corners. Mark your outer perimeter: Then using a shovel, mark out the area into the grass on the outside perimeter of the sleepers. Dig a trench: Now that you have marked out the area you need to dig out a trench around the edge which the bottom sleepers will go in half of their depth. Arrange sleepers: Arrange them so the butt end of one meets the side of the next in a clockwise fashion. Using a 4-foot level and framing square, level and square the four timbers, adding or removing gravel as necessary. Fix sleepers together: Next you can place the next sleeper on top. Screw them together at the 90 degree corners, allowing at least 50mm (or 2″) of the screw to go into the adjoining sleeper. Kebur sell hardened steel, self drilling,...
Pallet Recycling

Pallet Recycling

Follow Share Share Tweet Email PrintYou may receive a pallet with a delivery or paving and at Kebur we have plenty of them around our yard. Customers often ask how they can use them so we’ve picked our favourite ideas… Our first pick was this tool rack, so simple but useful, the creator stained to wood and then glued on some old bathroom tiles to jazz it up. It then was nailed to the wall. It’s perfect for storing your long tools instead of tripping up on them every time you walk in. Our next idea is this simple BBQ rack using a single pallet. This has been made by staining the pallet and then painting onto the wood. You can have as many or as little shelves as you want for sauces or oils and then use small hooks to hang up your utensils. Our final favourite is this patio seating. Getting furniture for your garden can be so expensive so this is a cheap, almost free, alternative. This is a very simple idea simply securing the pallet on top of the other and decorate how you please. For more ideas on what to do with Kebur pallets, check out our Pinterest board. Let us know if you try any ideas and send us a picture! Follow Share Share Tweet Email...

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