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Symphony Vitrified Paving

Elegance and ease of maintenance

What is Vitrified Paving?

Vitrified Paving also is known as ceramic or Porcelain Paving.  This is a new range of porcelain paving that appeared on the market late last year and early this year 2017 and had become very popular since.

High fidelity production provides all the advantages of a low maintenance paving with eye-catching elegance and contemporary designs that feature authentic patterns and textures. The vitrified process ensures reduced water absorption, less staining and easy cleaning underpinned with tough long lasting performance.

 

Symphony Vitrified Paving from Marshalls, combining fantastic strength and technical consistency, the SYMPHONY range is a great choice for customers needing flags that look great and stay looking great. SYMPHONY is a vitrified paving material, meaning that it absorbs little or no moisture, offering few opportunities for moss and algae to grow.

Available in a range of authentic appearances and textures; SYMPHONY paving promotes a stylish and contemporary appearance that will appeal to homeowners of all property types.

”Marshalls Symphony Vitrified Paving offers exceptional strength and technical consistency and its low moisture absorbency offers few opportunities for moss and algae to grow. This easy care paving comes authentic textures to suit all style preferences. Dark Symphony paving comes with a clean contemporary finish and a very dark colour difficult to achieve in natural stone paving. ”

 

Advantages Include:

  • Resistant to frost and thermal shock
  • High resistance to loads
  • Resistant to high traffic
  • Low moisture absorption
  • High anti-slip resistance
  • Resistant to the attack from acids and cleaning products
  • Resistant to salts
  • Resistant to the attack from moss and mold
  • Durable characteristics and colours over time
  • Consistent thickness
  • Easy to clean, low absorption
  • Can be used indoor and outdoor

 

Marshalls 10 Years Guarantee
Abel Landscaping is a Marshalls Accredited Landscape Contractor and Driveway Installer who always produces top quality projects. We have been on the register of Marshalls Contractors since it began in the year 2000.

Only a Marshalls Register Installer can offer you the unique Marshalls Hard Landscape Guarantee. The guarantee protects your investment with a level of cover unmatched by any other company

  • Covers material defects for a full 10 years
  • Covers installation defects for 5 years
  •  Is valid even if the Installer ceases trading Is index-linked, to protect your investment against inflation
  • Is issued only when inspected and signed as satisfactory by you, the customer
  • Upon receipt of the correctly completed request form and fee, Marshalls will send your guarantee within 5 days
  • Is great value at just £50 (+VAT) per £5,000 of the installed value

 

”Marshalls Regional Award Winner 2016 Best Patio Transformation under 35m2 By Abel Landscaping”

 

”Marshalls Symphony Vitrified Paving in Blue Colour was laid by Abel Landscaping”

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If you would like a quotation on your project or any advice, even design ideas. Please get in touch we more than happy to help.

 Call us today 0330 119 3333

 

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What Our Customers Say

Many thanks to Abel Landscaping for a great job they did in transforming our drive and front garden. We are delighted with the quality and look of the finished job. Very good service from a highly professional and efficient company. Helpful initial design ideas from Darren with options all priced for us to make the final choice. Work was stated very promptly and afterwards and the exceptionally hard -working, polite and friendly tradesmen who managed to complete the whole job in just five days .

Amazing!

Ken LewisRuncornSee The Project