Use of tiles and terazos are becoming too expensive considering the fact that, one has to incur cost of buying tiles or terazos and proceed further to buy cements for their installation. In fact installing tiles on the floor consumes a lot of cement since no sand is added to the mixture.
Therefore due to the increased cost in the two methods, their is a method that grows into popularity due its low cost as well as its attractive nature. It is use of Cobblestones. Cobblestones have been found to be the most effective way of building walkways. The stone is relatively cheap and is known to reduce rectangular stone block and are sometimes granite. Also use of Cobblestones only need available soil or sand to be installed. No cement is required.
Moreover, Cobblestones are of varied colours hence can be placed in a given pattern resulting to a very colourful work as the one below.
What a wonderful work! Of course the Cobblestones perfectly minimises mud and water puddles in the walkways. Below are stunning pictures of installed Cobblestones.
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