PRODUCT: PAVERS BY TREMRON
Tremron pavers are now available at all 3 of our locations!
Pavers are man made concrete products. Colors are mixed from pigments. Color will vary from batch to batch. Be sure to purchase all of the pavers you need at the same time to ensure better color matching.
As a stocking distributor of Tremron pavers, Stone Plus carries all 9 Tremron Standard Colors in stock and from 124 to 744+ Sq. Ft. per color. Standard colors can be ordered in large quantities with a 1 day to 2 week turnaround, depending on Stone Plus & Tremron inventory. Special order colors can take up to 6 weeks.
Also, as a stocking distributor we can serve smaller needs such as partial pallets or 1 layer, rather than making you purchase full pallets from Tremron.
The 6x9 and 4x8 pavers are sold individually by Stone Plus. There are many other types of pavers available as special orders. Please visit or call your nearest Stone Plus location
for more information.
Protect Your Pavers
Protect your pavers using a good quality sealer. Stone Plus offers great quality sealers from Surebond.
Efflorescence Issues:"Primary efflorescence is named such, as it typically occurs during the initial cure of a cementitious product. It often occurs on masonry construction, particularly brick, as well as some firestop mortars, when water moving through a wall or other structure, or water being driven out as a result of the heat of hydration as cement stone is being formed, brings salts to the surface that are not commonly bound as part of the cement stone. As the water evaporates, it leaves the salt behind, which forms a white, fluffy deposit, that can normally be brushed off. The resulting white deposits are referred to as "efflorescence" in this instance. In this context efflorescence is sometimes referred to as "saltpetering." Since primary efflorescence brings out salts that are not ordinarily part of the cement stone, it is not a structural, but, rather, an aesthetic concern.
For controlling primary efflorescence, formulations containing liquid fatty acid mixtures (e.g., oleic acid and linoleic acid) have been commonly used. The oily liquid admixture is introduced into the batch mix at an early stage by coating onto the sand particles prior to the introduction of any mix water, so that the oily admixture is distributed uniformly throughout the concrete batch mix. -Source: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/efflorescence
4x8 Additional Colors
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Jacksonville, FL 32256
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Middleburg, FL 32068
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