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ABOUT

Initially started as Quality Paving in 1995. The company later changed its name to Limpopo Brick and Pave.

We grew to become a major leader in the Limpopo Province, supplying building- and paving bricks to both the domestic and industrial markets.

 

After 25 years, our name has changed back to our roots, and now we are once known as Quality Brick and Pave.

 

Over the last three decades, we have been involved in major projects all over Limpopo Province, the upgrading of the Groblersbridge Border Post, numerous projects for Polokwane Municipality and Capricorn District Municipality,  then upgrading of Polokwane Town Kerbs, Silicon Smelters, Dilokong Public Hospital in the  Burgersford area, Lebowakgomo's Department of Public Works and Sekhukhune District Municipality's Flood Relief Project.

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Did You Know?

Concrete pavers are bricks made out of cement, sand, water, and some aggregate. They have many applications in the home, garden, or business. With their variety in possible colours, they are not only a beautiful addition to any home, but also increase the property value – they are thus an investment that benefits one’s personal and financial life. 

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quality bevel

A smooth-surfaced paver with bevelled edges, ideal for areas with an array of patterns, borders and colours. Our Bevel Paver is a standard concrete paving brick. This is the most cost-effective paver available and is fairly simple to install. Our Bevel pavers are 50mm thick and are approved for use on residential driveways.

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interlocking paver

The 50mm & 60mm interlocking paving brick, ideal for commercial and residential applications. The 80mm is a heavy-duty paver, made for use in industrial and commercial applications where trucks, forklifts and other heavy machinery are prevalent.  This paver has also been used extensively on municipal roads.

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Hexagon paver

A smooth-surfaced plane figure with six straight sides and angles. Ideal for areas with an array of patterns, borders and colours. A standard concrete paving brick 50mm thick and are approved for use on residential driveways.

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clover paver

A smooth-surfaced paver with the shape of the famous clover leaf. Ideal for areas with an array of patterns, borders and colours. A standard concrete paving brick 50mm thick and are approved for use on residential driveways.

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tristar paver

Meaning Three Star. A smooth-surfaced paver. Ideal for areas with an array of patterns, borders and colours. A standard concrete paving brick 50mm thick and are approved for use on residential driveways.

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arrowhead paver

Designed by Quality Brick and Pave it is a smooth-surfaced paver. Ideal for areas with an array of patterns, borders and colours. this gives more variety. A standard concrete paving brick 50mm thick and are approved for use on residential driveways.

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bullnose paver

Bullnose paver is a smooth-surfaced paver. Ideal for Pools, Patios, Steps & Staircases. A standard concrete paving brick 50mm thick. 

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Cobblestone paver

Cobbles lend themselves to any pattern and design and come in a variety of colours for this purpose. Cobbles are designed to handle the mass of most vehicles and even large trucks. They are ideally suited to driveways, parking area’s and pathways.

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cladding

An application of one material over another to provide a skin or layer. In construction, cladding is used to provide a degree of thermal insulation and weather resistance, and to improve the appearance of buildings.

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Bevel/cobble

Our quality bevel design with the looks of the small cobblestone but all the features of our 50mm bevel.

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Hollow Block

Precast concrete hollow blocks are extremely versatile and durable. It offers cost-effective and practical benefits for internal and external walls, houses and industrial buildings.

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Stock brick

Stocks mostly have a compressive strength of 7Mpa and are used for single-storey buildings.

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garden Kerb

Concrete edging defines a lawn and creates an easy-to-maintain edge to contain flower beds and borders.

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Industrial kerb - figure 7

The Figure 7 semi-mountable kerb is used on public roads and any other application where limited access to a pavement is required.

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Industrial kerb -

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A heavy load duty kerb, typically used in commercial/industrial developments. This type of kerb can be used in conjunction with Barrier Kerbs. Heavy-duty mountable kerb for use on commercial and municipal road edgings where vehicular traffic needs access. 

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This kerb is a light-duty bull-nosed edge restraint, normally used around islands in parking areas with light traffic. It is also used for pathways guidance edges. 

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Industrial kerb - Figure 8C 1/3

With all the qualities of the Figure 8C Kerb, but only a third of the size.

Custom Pavers

We have the capability to manufacture any mould for any paver. Have a talk with us so we can  

Some Advice

Pavers are almost four times as strong as concrete.

Even though concrete is one thick slab, the joints in between the pavers, along with the solid aggregate base below, provide extra strength to the whole surface.

They are thus perfect for any applications involving heavy traffic.

Paver installations are almost 

maintenance-free. Furthermore, if any pavers need to be replaced due to cracking, staining, or weathering, it is a simple procedure to remove the offending paver and replace it with a new one.

While paving 

projects are initially more expensive than those made from other materials like concrete and asphalt, over time they are actually cheaper. Other materials like concrete and asphalt need constant maintenance, and after a few seasons may develop unsightly cracks. Pavers, however, do not crack due to freezing and thawing cycles and thus retain their beauty through time.

They are relatively easy to install, and can be done by the homeowner with the proper instructions. While there are a few things to keep in mind (such as the depth and strength of the base and the pitch, or slope, of the entire project relative to the home), it is feasible for a non-professional to install the pavers, unlike with other materials. This can save the homeowner a lot of money on labor costs.

 There are limitless combination of paver brands, shapes, sizes, and colors. In addition, the patterns and designs that can be created are only limited by the imagination. Unlike with other materials, concrete pavers can be arranged in winding, stately paths with exquisite circular patterns, or can be placed in a standard, rectangular patio. The flexibility of paving stones allows for any artistic expression to complement any house’s theme.