At Best Bricks & Pavers we know that good service is about what happens after you leave the Showroom. That’s why we don’t just make quality pavers. We lay them, too. We call it ‘Supply & Lay’. You can call it the best way
Best's 4 Easy Steps to Supply & Lay
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II opens the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne
Following seven years of construction, the new Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in October of 2011. The Queen and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh were
Paving Patterns for Residential Pathways and Driveways
Once you decide to install pavers on your residential pathways, the next thing is to settle on a design, colour, and texture.
We are crazy about Terrazzo
Terrazzo is being increasingly noticed for its alluring design potential both indoors and outdoors, as the intricate detail of the marble chips creates an exceptional, modern look.
How Best is helping to pave the future for Adelaide University Architecture with the Bob D'Ottavi Scholarship
As a proud South Australian owned and operated company, Best Bricks & Pavers (‘Best’) recognises the importance of giving back to their community. One way that Best do this is through providing a Scholarship to an
Why large format pavers are surging in popularity
Residential homeowners and commercial property owners have consistently diversified their exterior flooring preferences over the years. While some owners opt for small or medium-sized pavers, more developers and
Advantages of Concrete Pavers compared with Exposed Aggregate Concrete
The question on whether to choose exposed aggregate concrete (and plain in-situ) or concrete pavers is asked time and time again. When comparing the two the price is quite often similar, though there is more to the
How Best Bricks & Pavers enhanced the new UniSA Health and Innovation Building
The new developments along North Terrace are brightening up a previously dull end of the Adelaide CBD. Within the last few years the area has welcomed the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australian Health and Medical