Kilsaran launch new Merrion Paving Range  

by | Jun 14, 2021

Kilsaran’s new Merrion paving flags feature large visible contrasting stone chippings, offering a high-end finish similar to natural stone, granite or terrazzo.

All flags are 40mm in depth for greater ease of application, ideal for balconies, patio areas and gardens.

Merrion’s clean edges and smooth texture mirror the latest design trends helping achieve a contemporary look to outdoor spaces.

All Merrion products come pre-sealed with Kilsaran K-Seal for full protection and include 3 unique finishes available including, Pearl, Sapphire and Quartz.

With the recent pandemic, there is a global shortage of imported paving materials, now we can offer both quality and supply to our local markets

Adding to an extensive list of advantages of concrete paving over natural stone, the new Merrion Range is manufactured with a robust, high performance surface layer improving strength, colour retention and slip/skid resistance.

The real benefits of these new paving ranges are the reduced installation time, factory pre-sealed option that is readily available and cost saving that is achievable over choosing natural stone or granite.

“There has been a growing appetite from our customers in recent years for paving products that are durable, easy to install, cost effective and easy to maintain,” says Roy McKeown Director of Paving & Walling Kilsaran.

“This is where our new Merrion Range comes in, the range is contemporary and offers a real alternative to porcelain or natural stone. With the recent pandemic, there is a global shortage of imported paving materials, now we can offer both quality and supply to our local markets.”

For more information visit www.kilsaran.ie 

 

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