Every day thousands of us walk in and out of shops, most of us take no notice of the entrances we walk through as we nip from one door to another to find that desired item. Can you recall the last time you took note of a shop front? Was there anything memorable about it? Did anything stick with you that reminds you to go back again?
What would make your entrance more memorable…?
If you are a business owner with a public entrance, make your business stand out from the competition with a paved, branded entrance. Visualise your…
- Company logo
- Company tagline
- Company USP
- Company welcome message
Our long-lasting permeable resin bound paving is just the answer. Not only will it reduce the amount of standing water at the entrance to your premises, our unique Spectrum range allows us to colour coat tumbled glass pellets to achieve just about any colour you desire. This lends itself well to creating designs. Here is some feedback from a shop owner who’s entrance we have recently completed.
“Great service from start to finish. From the first phone call to the final result I
have a had a brilliant experience with SureSet and I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone needing external paving done” James from The Fire Basket
You can read the full case study on The Fire Basket and see images of the project.
Creating a stand out shop front doesn’t have to be with 3mm Spectrum coloured glass if you prefer to use something more subtle to create a statement, you can still achieve a memorable approach by using any of our other ranges such as our Natural Gravel or Luxury Marbles. Logos and designs are achieved using MDF stencils or defined with aluminum edging if required. Our Natural Gravel, Crushed Rock and Luxury Marble ranges can still provide the sought-after depth of colour, browse our vast colour range online and request the samples to be posted to your door.
Read a case study of a project we completed over 15 years ago that was recently cleaned to bring life back to the Crushed Rock, Natural Stones and Coloured glass materials that provides accessibility and a unique image to an outdoor Amphitheatre in Frome, Somerset.