Belgard intros pavers, showcases VR

November 2, 2017 -  By

BelgardBelgard revealed its Agilina paver, porcelain pavers and permeable pavers.

“Our goal is to engage with contractors about the opportunities Belgard presents through our products, design techniques and best practices to help grow their businesses,” said Billy Patterson, director of national residential hardscapes at Belgard.

The Agilina Paver features a contemporary design, with a natural stone appearance. Offered in multisized formats to achieve a random look, the Agilina paver allows for a wider array of random design patterns for residential and commercial projects.

Belgard’s porcelain pavers offer frost resistance, skid resistance, durability and ease of maintenance. Its Quarziti 2.0 is a stone collection characterized by a shading effect intended to recreate the diversity of natural elements, the company said. A variety of modular and single-sized shapes allows consumers to install the material in the design of their choice. The product is suitable for high-traffic areas, such as patios and walkways, according to Belgard.

The Eco Dublin features a look of cut stone combined with contemporary materials. The newest paver in Belgard’s environmental collection of permeable pavers, the Eco Dublin reduces water runoff and can be installed in two patterns—machine installed cluster and three piece random running bond.

Belgard also unveiled its virtual reality (VR) option, provided by Belgard Design Studio to contractors certified through the Belgard Authorized Contractor Program.

“We are especially excited to showcase our VR technology, with multiple vignettes to explore via VR goggles,” Patterson said. “This year’s showing is intended to demonstrate ways to better work with customers, using Belgard Design Studio, our new designs and trend insights, which are key to help our customers get the best options and value for their outdoor living space.”

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