Instantly Create Pathways, Patios With Lava Pavers

By Hawaii Renovation Posted in: BackyardExterior

Do you need a new space to gather in your home? Are you scared off by the hefty price tag that comes with a professional landscaping look? Learn how to do it yourself for a fraction of the cost of hiring a contractor. Don’t miss Geobunga’s free seminar that will teach homeowners how to use beautiful lava pavers to create designer outdoor-gathering spaces, footpaths, walkways and driveways.

“Lava pavers are not only beautiful, but they can instantly refresh or redefine any outdoor area,” said Andrew Dedrick, Geobunga executive director. “With just a little education, practically any Hawaii homeowner can make over their space on their own in a few hours or a weekend, depending on the size of the project.”

Lava pavers provide better drainage than traditional concrete, which is important with Hawaii’s tropical weather. In addition, pavers have a much smaller carbon footprint than concrete, while adding to the natural aesthetic of lava that blends seamlessly into Hawaii’s volcanic landscape.

“The goal of the seminar is to inspire homeowners and also educate them so they are confident in undertaking this kind of project,” Dedrick said.

Dedrick and the Geobunga staff will demonstrate how to install lava pavers as well as tackle common challenges and solutions. Dedrick also will explain the environmental benefits and present design ideas using the natural stone. After the seminar, homeowners are encouraged to meet one-on-one with Geobunga’s staff to learn more about their specific yard. Also after the seminar, attendees can get everything they need to start their lava paver project.

Geobunga is Hawaii’s best resource for anyone looking to enhance their outdoor experience. Providing unique garden elements from all over the world as well as the best prices, selection and service in the state, each visit to Geobunga brings something new to discover.

Free Seminar: Do-It-Yourself Lava Pavers
August 11, Saturday, at 9 a.m. at Geobunga
Reserve your spot at www.geobunga.com

contact // 422-4567
address // 4299 Lawehana St.
web // www.geobunga.com

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