Tuesday, 3 January 2012

New Paving Jointing Compound Continues To Impress As More & More Landscape Companies Trial It.

Early on within the 2011 season, the staff here at Midlands based Barton Fields trialled a new Paving Jointing Compound product called EasyJoint. We had previously supplied other compounds for many years.

In conjunction with supplying it to a few Burton on Trent based landscapers, we liked the idea that the paving jointing compound could be used in the rain and re-used if a part tub is opened.

So often have we heard landscapers complain that they cannot get jobs pointed up and get final payment due to bad weather.

The early feed-back was very positive thus we decided to offer it as part of the range.

Why Use it?

So easy to use

Thats why it's called EASYjoint. Perfect for DIY or Professional use

Weather will not stop play

Easy Joint is an all weather paving joint compound, Rain or Shine it goes in fine...
A big plus for professionals, extends the working season and improves cash flow. No going back to finish the job.

Extremely Quick

Up to 20 times faster to use than conventional methods of jointing.

No Waste

Opened but un-used product can be stored for later use.

Aesthetically Pleasing

A choice of colours to match your paving

Outstanding Performance

Quite simply, there is not an easier or better option for jointing pedestrian and light vehicular areas.

See the following Video Demonstration:-

Brief written instructions for the Easy Joint slab pointing can be seen here:-

It is recommended to read the instructions before application.

The gaps between the paving must be a minimum of 3mm wide and, if laid on a solid 'bound' foundation, 25mm deep. If laying on an unbound foundation (sand or type 1 aggregate) then the depth should be at least 30mm.

Here at Barton Fields we can distribute the Paving Jointing Compound nation-wide.
We can supply references of landscape contractors regularly using the EasyJoint compound.

The cost of a tub is approx £29.99 inc vat + delivery. Bulk discounts are offered.
As an approx guide, one tub will cover approx 6-7m2 based on a natural stone patio with a 10-15mm joint width.

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