Yes, our Historic range of paving flags and circles offer a vintage style and feel. Visit the dedicated Historic product page to find out more here.
Do Tobermore stock historic looking products?
Do Tobermore supply manhole covers?
Yes, we provide manhole covers for a fixed price from our paving centres in NI and ROI. Locate your closest paving centre here.
Where can I find a list of Merchants stocking Tobermore products?
You can find a list of Merchants that stock Tobermore products by using the Stockist Finder tool here.
Do Tobermore sell Permeable Paving?
Yes, using the latest technology, our engineers have designed a range of Hydropave permeable paving products which are both environmentally friendly and beautifully crafted, allowing you to create spectacular landscapes. They operate as a Sustainable Drainage System (SuDS) whilst retaining all the aesthetic qualities of the standard product equivalent, so you don’t have to compromise on style. Find out which Hydropave product is suitable for you here.
How can I achieve an even blend of colour when laying Tobermore products?
To achieve an even blend of colour when laying multi-blend paving blocks, flags and walling products, it is recommended to mix from three or four different pallets.
What is Efflorescence?
Efflorescence occurs as cement and rain chemically react together producing calcium hydroxide. As the concrete dries, the calcium hydroxide reacts with the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to produce calcium carbonate, which manifests as a white solid.
Tobermore have combatted instances of efflorescence for over 20 years by curing products slowly in a vapour chamber for 12 hours resulting in products that are virtually efflorescence free.
What products do Tobermore make?
Tobermore manufactures concrete paving and walling for both commercial and residential products. Check out our range of paving and walling products available to homeowners here.
Do you have photographs of finished projects?
Yes, we have lots of photographs of finished projects. If you are in need of some inspiration, check out our inspiration gallery here and take a look at some of the beautiful outdoor spaces that have been created with our paving and walling products.
Where can I buy Tobermore products?
How do I find a paving contractor?
Tobermore have a list of approved paving contractors and we ensure only the best make the grade. You can find a paving contractor close to you here.
How long should spills be left on the surface of an EasyClean product?
For best results and to make cleaning as easy as possible we recommend that the exposure time of any spillages is kept to a minimum and that they are removed from the surface as soon as possible after contact, ideally within 2 hours.
Can I repair the EasyClean surface if it has been damaged?
Tobermore can supply an EasyClean repair product which can be re-applied in the event of the surface of the paving becoming damaged. Please contact Tobermore for details and always follow the instructions supplied with the product.
How can I take care of EasyClean products?
It is imperative that the surface of EasyClean products is treated with care at all times to avoid damage to the coating.
- Do not use cleaning agents which contain strong solvents or acids.
- Do not use high pressure or steam washers for cleaning.
- Do not drag or scratch metal objects across the surface.
Regular brushing of the paved area will help prevent weeds, moss and algae developing. However, if you need to use a product to remove these we recommend the following products as these will not damage the EasyClean coating. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using these products.
- Weeds: Weedol Pathclear or Roundup Fast Action Ready to-use Weedkiller
- Moss/Algae: Antimoss by Anichem, Jeyes Fluid or Amillitox
How long does EasyClean coating last?
This will be dependent upon usage and where the paving has been installed. However, with proper care EasyClean products can last up to five years.
What is the recommended bedding / base course for Tobermore concrete block paving?
Concrete block paving is laid “flexibly” on a bed of sharp sand between 30 and 50mm deep. Concrete block paving can also be laid “rigidly” although this is less common. Laid “rigidly” means laid on a bed of cement mortar.