11:56AM | 04/14/03
Member Since: 04/13/03
10 lifetime posts
I know your probably thinking what the heck is this,, right?

Truth is,, it's the best solution for jointing natural stone and concrete pavers for driveways, patios and paths.

Take a look at our website

Immobest Sandbinder has proven successfull for over 18 years in Europe by building itself to rule 95% of its market. Now we are proud to announce that Immobest is here in North America by popular demand expressed at our World Landscape expo's in Europe.

Made 95% natural, Immobest offers an environmental friendly easy to install jointing solution. With it's mix and sweep install process, you'll find Immobest a relief as it brooms mess free into your joints without leaving a residue. After its 12 hour curing stage, which starts 20 minutes after mixing, you may use your surface for light traffic. Even after Immobest completely cures, in 24 hours, it remains semi-flexible which helps keep the joints in place without separation, cracking and popping even in the most extreme hot and cold temperate zones. That's right, Immobest hold up to frost.

Just when you thought "Hey, that's not bad", you’re going to love the color options. Take a look at just a few of the colors offered,
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These are just a few of the possibilities.

Immobest also lets water pass through to eliminate the dangers and annoyance of standing water and allows evaporation to assure a long lasting subsurface.

We know you are going to love Immobest because we are experienced landscapers who have used Immobest ourselved for many years and know what it take to install high quality, long lasting surfaces. We also know, once you've tried Immobest you will agree it is,
The best for your joints.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask..

We hope you have a great time landscaping this year,
See you on the golf course, or will you be grouting your joints by hand, or spraying that dangerous weed killer?

Best regards,

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