How Long before you can do my job?
A. The most you are
likely to wait would be 4 weeks for a confirmed job but
the average wait would be about 2 weeks.
What's better bevelled joints or grinder cut joints?
A. Well first I'll
explain the difference between them. A bevelled joint is
made by a tool that is used when the limestone is still
wet. Grinder cut joints are cut with an angle gringer
the next day when it is dry.
Really its personal
preference as to what you like better. Both have a range
of patterns and both can be very affective.
Long before I can walk on it?
A. You can walk on the
Limestone the next day but it is very important that you
have clean shoes on, dirty shoes and especially dirty
feet will stain the limestone very easily in the first
week of it being poured as it is still curing.
The best way to avoid
stains is to seal it as soon as possible.
Long before I can drive on it?
A. In the case of
driveways we recommend you wait at least 5 days after it
is poured and also that it is sealed before you drive on
do you pour it?
A. We pour walk on
areas between 70 to 80 millimetres thick and driveways
at 100 millimetres thick.
A. All concrete and
Limestone Products crack but its our job to make sure it
cracks where you can't see it, which is along the main
control lines that blend in with the pattern.
Cracks that run off
these lines and through the pattern are know as visual
Even though in the
past visual cracking was rare occurrence for us, we at
Easy Pour Limestone now have a new technique to combat
visual cracking. It has been extremely effective.
What do we do about sealing the Limestone?
A. When it comes to
sealing the Limestone there are a couple of options. We
can seal the limestone for you or we can supply the
sealer on its own and you can apply it yourself which on
a large job would save you a considerable amount of
money, and what we supply is cheaper than what you can
get it for at the hardware stores.