Lafarge Canada Inc. announced the launch of its latest product available to landscaping trades in the Eastern Canadian marketplace, Stabila, a cement-treated aggregate. Developed and engineered by Lafarge, Stabila is a sustainable alternative to traditional base methods used for interlock paving installation and temporary road construction.
Stabila provides the high-strength characteristics of a concrete base while maintaining the permeability rates of a granular base that can be used in a wide range of application types – from remote projects such as wind farm turbine to construction sites requiring temporary roads to interlock paving installers.
“Being the leading provider of solutions to the construction industry means offering our customers the latest sustainable innovations such as Stabila,” said Dale Holingsworth, vice-president, Central (GTA) Aggregates, Lafarge Canada Inc. (Eastern Canada). “With Stabila, Lafarge is truly delivering on our mission of helping build better cities and communities, where we live, work and raise our families, with solutions and systems that contribute to stronger, long-lasting buildings and infrastructure, while addressing environmental concerns.”
HGTV personality Bryan Baeumler also joined Lafarge Canada for the product launch. “Stabila is the perfect product to help professionals looking for a sustainable solution for their installation projects,” said Baeumler, host of HGTV’S House of Bryan, Disaster DIY and Leave it to Bryan. “Lafarge offers a wonderful line of sustainable construction solutions that are worthy of any project. Stabilia and the Lafarge suite of products are definitely Baeumler-approved.”