Our paver suppliers

Outstanding, high-performance concrete products made by four renowned Canadian brands.

  • Béton richer

    The best products for landscapers!

    Béton Richer is our exclusive in-house brand: the landscaper's choice! We've created it to offer you a range that's simple, high quality, easy to use and comes in general-purpose colours. This Quebec-designed collection is made up of two timeless series: modern (smooth) and traditional (textured). With Béton Richer, your outdoor living space will become the go-to gathering place to host your festivities and create unforgettable memories.

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  • OAKS

    A guarantee of trust, quality and durability

    Oaks is a division of Brampton Brick, a Canadian company established in Ontario in 1871 and renowned in the paving stone and masonry industry. It's become the benchmark for masonry materials and products and produces over 300 million high-quality bricks annually. Oaks offers durable, versatile products made entirely in Canada, including in Boisbriand, Quebec.

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  • Rinox

    Elegant, efficient and modern

    Achieve the project of your dreams without compromise! Discover a wide range of products that will add panache and character to your project. Rinox, a Quebec company, makes ambitious R&D efforts to create elegant, high-performance landscaping products.

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Our partners

  • TPI : Turfgrass Producers International

    Groupe Richer is a member of TPI (Turfgrass Producers International). For many years, Groupe Richer has been making a difference by growing more environmentally responsible (and even organic!) varieties, reducing our ecological footprint, practising sustainable agriculture and much more. Our membership in TPI, a global association dedicated to promoting the benefits of sod through education and research, is a natural and logical fit.

    TPI News magazine published an article on our history in 2021. Since the magazine is distributed worldwide, this was a proud achievement for us as a Quebec SME! Click here to read the article on our history.

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  • APGQ : Association des producteurs de gazon du Québec (Quebec Sod Producers Association)

    Together, the 30 members of the Association des producteurs de gazon du Québec (APGQ), a Québec Vert-affiliated association, produce more than 80% of Quebec's sod.

    APGQ members are involved in numerous research projects and in developing industry-leading documents such as the BNQ horticultural standards, information tools on establishing and maintaining a sustainable lawn, and so on. As a result, they're up to date with the latest advances in the field.

    The APGQ is keen to inform the general public and municipalities about the quality of Quebec sod production and is also working with its members to adopt quality standards and improve production operations and techniques with a view to sustainable development. Choosing an APGQ producer is an additional guarantee of quality!

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  • Québec Vert

    A collective force for the development of ornamental horticulture in Quebec: Québec Vert's mission is to represent and promote the ornamental, environmental, and food horticulture sector and encourage its growth from a sustainable development perspective.

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  • AAPQ: Association des architectes paysagistes du Québec (Quebec Association of Landscape Architects)

    The Association des architectes paysagistes du Québec (AAPQ) is a professional association whose mission is to promote landscape architecture in Quebec for the benefit of its members and establish quality standards for the practice of the profession. The AAPQ represents 502 certified members and 98 intern members working in Quebec's public, private, institutional, community, and university sectors.

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  • APPQ : Association des Paysagistes Professionnels du Québec (Quebec Association of Professionnal Landscapers)

    This association is the only one that assesses and certifies landscapers according to a rigorous certification program. Thanks to this program, each member is qualified to offer professional work that meets the highest quality standards. Only APPQ members are entitled to display the Paysagiste certifié (Certified Landscaper) logo, a sign of professionalism, reliability, and competence.

    Their members are located across Quebec and offer a wide range of services. Eleven schools offering vocational and college courses in landscaping are also members.

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    The Association des responsables d'espaces verts du Québec (AREVQ) is a non-profit organization that brings together managers responsible for the development and maintenance of parks, playgrounds, sports fields, and urban forests, as well as all the landscaping that makes up public green spaces. The managers responsible for green spaces also play a crucial role in ensuring the well-being of residents within a healthy living environment of which they can be proud.

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  • TWCA : Turfgrass Water Conservation Alliance

    Turfgrass Water Conservation Alliance (TWCA) is a non-profit organization made up of four different American seed companies that have been investing in R&D since 2009, in collaboration with various universities in the United States and Quebec, to select Kentucky bluegrass and fescue cultivars that are more drought resistant. With this certification, you can be sure that over 65% of the cultivars used in a mix have demonstrated increased drought tolerance.

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  • A-LIST : Alliance for Low Input Sustainable Turf

    The Alliance for Low Input Sustainable Turf (A-LIST) is similar to the TWCA but was set up by three other seed companies. As well as carrying out R&D on reducing water requirements, their aim is to reduce the amount of maintenance required (fertilizers and pesticides).

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