Liquid Limestone Cools Down Hot Summer

If you’ve been following my blog, I’ve posted my call out to lockmiths. If you missed it you can see the post here. But just when I thought I’ve got everything sorted out, I forgot about the outdoor. What about my backyard? Should I get paving done? Should I plant some grass? So many questions to answer!

Even if I decided to have a grassed area (or two) what type of grass? Will it be a fake one or will it be a real one? If it’s real grass, will I actually have the patience to wait for it to grow? So many questions and I don’t have the answers for all of these questions. But one thing I’ve definitely came to realise is how hot the summer sun is in Perth. When I moved in, there was an existing paving at the front and back of the property. I found out just how hot the summer sun is when I decided to take a walk on the pavement at the front with no footwear. That’s right! Bare feet on pavement and oh my gosh, it was so hot! So hot that it made walking barefooted impossible. Then an idea clicked in my head..

Why not change the existing paving with something that is cool to walk on during the hot summer days? Brilliant hey! I know! The idea was good, but I don’t exactly know yet that you can actually get such products and whether materials like this exist. Nevertheless, I consulted with a friend of mine who was a well respected scientist. He told me about a liquid limestone service in Perth to me, which is the first time I’ve heard of that two words. I ain’t  a scientist but at the same time I am not a dummy! I knew it is some sort of limestone but why the word liquid?

One feature of liquid limestone that he told me was that it is cool to walk on without wearing any footwear. Sound like it’s too good to be true but I decided to give a shot. To cut the long story short, it is absolutely brilliant! Not only the natural limestone look was very appealing but it’s true what my friend said about how cool it is to walk on without any footwear. It’s still summer now but walking on these new pavings is a piece of cake.

Is it worth investing in these new pavers. All I can say is… absolutely!

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