Have you ever wondered just how versatile decorative concrete resurfacing is? From footpaths, roads and schools, to aquatic centres, apartments and fire stations, the strength and quality of concrete resurfacing is second-to-none, and it can be utilised in a variety of settings.   Local Government Projects Wespray on Paving has completed a number of successful … Continue reading How Versatile is Decorative Cement Resurfacing?

If you’ve ever hired a dodgy tradesman, you’ll know all too well how frustrating it is when work is completed at a low price but to a poor standard. When corners are cut during the manufacturing and installation process, it will show in the final product. Poor workmanship is something we come across a lot … Continue reading Make Sure You Compare Apples with Apples

Continuing on from our last blog detailing our work with Albany Senior High School, we’ve also recently finished a resurfacing project for Albany Fire Station. The new Albany Fire Station was built as part of a $9 million project to replace the existing, heritage-listed station on Collie Street. The new station is one of two … Continue reading Wespray On Paving – Albany Fire Station

There’s no denying the importance of the education sector in shaping the minds of tomorrow, and the vital role it plays in our economy. Therefore, premium onsite facilities at our local Western Australian schools are of the utmost importance. For these reasons, Wespray on Paving was thrilled to be part of Albany Senior High School’s … Continue reading Wespray On Paving – Albany Senior High School

Western Australia’s tourism ranks high in the state’s table of economic assets. And the fastest- growing segment of our tourist industry is luxury travel – expected to expand by 6.2%, compared to about 4% for the industry as a whole. It’s hardly surprising, then, that WA premier Colin Barnett was enthusiastic when he opened Crown … Continue reading WE-SPRAY CROWN TOWERS, PERTH

Since the turn of the century, all buildings to which the public has access have been required to provide disability access. Clearly, though, managers of aged care and other facilities whose users are likely to be infirm have a particular duty to ensure that all their pedestrian surfaces, as well as being hygienic and easily … Continue reading Access for the Infirm – It’s Not Just About Wheelchairs

Managers with responsibility for public pedestrian areas have never been under greater pressure to ensure that their floor surfaces meet mandatory standards for slip resistance of their floor surfaces. The relaxation of the rules governing the advertising of legal services, lawyers are now freer than ever to draw attention to common grounds for claiming damages, … Continue reading Slip and Fall Injuries a Headache for Property Managers