Marshalls launches new range of paving products

Marshalls has launched a raft of new products and enhancements to help power it through the recession and attract consumers, contractors and merchants.

"The products embrace all aspects of hard landscape design, from paving, concrete-block and permeable paving to walling," said a representative.

Driveline 50 Vintage was a "new twist" on the traditional paver. The new range is distressed for rustic looks, and colours include burnt ochre and charcoal.

Argent Prior, a permeable paver with granite aggregate facia meets the Government's Future Water guidelines for permeable paving installations in front gardens.

It comes in mixed packs, from 240mm x 160mm x 50mm down to 80mm x 160mm x 50mm in size for random course installation with "potential cost savings and less wastage".

Other new additions include Haworth Moor antique sandstone paving, walling and setts, and Coach House paving with "Active Shield" protection from the weather.

Marshalls has also introduced three new sizes to its Eclipse Granite paving, and three new colours to its Firedstone Paving, dusk, sunrise and autumn.

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