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Part of Unilock's 2012 new product launches is Town Hall. At first glance Town Hall looks very similar to Copthorne. I guess you chould say it's the big brother to Copthorne or perhaps you could say they're more like cousins. They're related but are slightly separated.

Town Hall is

  • 7cm. No more adjusting your bedding sand for different heights on soldier course applications.
  • It can installed normally, or it can be installed as a permeable pavement. Town Hall has 8% surface void space.
  • The size of a Chicago street paver.
  • Won't deteriorate like a clay paver.
  • Euduracolor Plus.
  • Reala surface textures.

Where should you use Town Hal?. My answer, Everywhere! Driveway, walkway, patios, it's all good. Now we have a fantastic looking old world paving stone that can be permeable. This is the perfect stone for downtown Toronto. I'm looking forward to doing some jobs with this one. Do you need a permeable paver parking pad. Contact me! Town hall patio/walkways too.

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About the Author

Garry Reisky

GarryGarry Reisky is the owner of Terraform Contracting. A Unilock Authorized Contractor located in Toronto, Ontario. Terraform designs and installs residential hardscape and landscape creations. Garry is a hardscape expert with extensive installation and product knowledge. Garry is an unofficial Rock(et) Scientest and self proclaimed guru of everything EuduraColor. Find Garry on Google+. Tired of dealing with inexperienced contractors, Contact Garry for a free estimate.

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