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Pavers Offer Numerous Benefits, Concrete Just Can’t Compare. 

You may be considering Pavers, whether it’s a small area, like an outside patio or walkways, or for a significantly larger area, like an entrance area or driveway. You may be wondering what benefits you will receive from making the choice to use pavers. While there are additional choices for covering small to large areas of ground, like asphalt, concrete, etc. pavers are certainly one the easiest and most beneficial ways to go.

As a conscientious homeowner, you want your driveway, patio, walkways, and pool deck to stand up to the weather, require little maintenance, and appear new for many years to come. Yet, you want them to be cost-effective. That’s why the recent popularity of pavers is sky-rocketing. The benefits of pavers include unrivaled beauty, easy upkeep, and long-term cost efficiency of properly executed paver installations are becoming more and more apparent and utilized by cost-efficient homeowners.

Pavers are a natural paving material that is produced without the use of artificial additives. The shapes and colors have natural characteristics that will always create a beautiful result when using them for your landscaping needs. If you have dull and boring concrete flooring or overgrown grassy areas on such locations, why not take the full advantages and the extent of benefits that paving will endure? Add elegance, class, and style for all your paving requirements and you will be ecstatic with the overall end result.

Durability and Strength

Pavers combine strength, continuing abrasion resistance, and flexibility to deliver highly durable and crack-proof pavement that is able to handle all types of wheeled movement in high areas of pedestrian and automotive traffic with very lower maintenance requirements. Unlike concrete, areas surfaced with pavers are immediately usable, guaranteeing a quick process of any application and contract jobs, which is especially important when resurfacing highly populated areas. Whether for new construction or resurfacing of old unsightly or damaged surfaces, consider the valuable benefits of interlocking pavers.

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Versatility In Material

Manufactured to tight dimensional tolerances, pavers are stronger than regular poured concrete surfaces and more durable than black asphalt. They can take more abuse and last for generations. A segmental paving system allows for expansion and contraction without producing surface cracks, unlike monolithic concrete surfaces and stamped concrete.

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Withstand High Level Of Loading

There is no product in use today that can stand up or stand out like interlocking stone pavers. Concrete pavers have an ability to withstand an extremely high load level and are suited to many different types of landscaping applications, such as pedestrian walkways, and vehicle driveway accesses within residential, commercial, and municipal construction projects.

Flexible Integrity

One of the best benefits of pavers is that they maintain their interlock and poured concrete has no interlock. When the underlying earth and materials move, clay paving adjusts itself to accommodate the movement of the underlying soil and thus prevents cracking of the pavement system.

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Allows For Movement

Pavers are segmental and interlocking. The advantage of this factor over concrete is that it allows for movement in the earth without cracking the structure of the paver system.

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Adaptable Forbearance

Pavers are flexible and can withstand movements of the underlying soils, no matter how big or small. In the rare case of cracking, it is a very easy repair process.

Long Term Cost Benefits

Clay paving provides an easy repair and recycle solution. If they ever become damaged or stained, it is simply a matter of lifting off the damaged paver and replacing it with a new one. Just like replacing a small piece of a jigsaw puzzle. This process makes the overall maintenance and replacement costs significantly lower than other forms of paving materials, such as asphalt or concrete.

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Lower Costs

Concrete slabs are very popular, mainly because of the lower costs associated with the overall installation process. However, you need to consider the long-term costs involved. The costs that are associated with repairing pavers are far less than the long-term costs involved with concrete.

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Everlasting Affordability

The cost benefits of installing a concrete slab may seem like a good idea, but realistically, pavers far outweigh concrete in the long run.

Fast Installation

Paving materials can be laid in moderate weather conditions, which helps to keep the cost of installation, time management, and budgeting issues in check. The installation process is relatively simple, quick, and easy, so they are ready to be traversed immediately after the installation process is finalized.

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Simple Delegation

Concrete pavers are an attractive easy-to-install addition to any landscape project. You can use pavers for a project as small as making a meandering trail through a flower garden or as complex as building a unique patio in your back yard, a retaining wall or even a new driveway.

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Effortless Establishment

Permeable pavers are made from a natural clay material from the earth’s soil. It will not lose any of its color or finish over the long term, which means that it’s a solid investment that appreciates the value of your property.

Environmental Responsibility

Permeable pavers are made from a natural clay material from the earth’s soil. It will not lose any of its color or finish over the long term, which means that it’s a solid investment that appreciates the value of your property.

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Environmentally Conscious

If you’re planning to build or replace a driveway or other paved area, consider a permeable surface before you invest in concrete or asphalt. Available in a myriad of colors, shapes and patterns, permeable pavers can make your property look better and have a significant positive impact on the environment.

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Environmental Protection

By allowing rainwater and snowmelt to drain into the ground, rather than sending it off into our streets and storm drains, permeable paving helps reduce runoff while filtering pollutants from the water. It can even lower the temperature around a house in the summertime as it absorbs moisture instead of heat.

Color Integrity

Pavers also maintain their color consistently and permanently and will not be affected by any form of ultraviolet light. There are no problems associated with dark colors, shininess or reflective light.

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Well-Preserved Coloration

The beauty and rich color of clay pavers is an inherent property of clay material – color is NOT added as an artificial dye or pigment during the manufacturing process. Therefore, the integrity of the clay material is maintained and is the main reason why they will never fade long term.

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Unimpaired Complexion

Unlike other surfaces like: stamped concrete, acrylic, or concrete, pavers are colored throughout. This means, that they aren’t just covered with a veneer coloring. Over time, brick pavers will keep their desired color and integrity unlike other artificial surfaces.

Low Maintenance

In terms of maintenance, it’s not that a patio, driveway, walkway or other landscape feature doesn’t require maintenance. But, what maintenance you do have constitutes a fairly small list. You’ll spend far more time enjoying your pavers rather than maintaining them.

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Undemanding Preservation

Routine maintenance includes regular sweeping or rinsing with a garden hose. If the sand in the joints rinses out, you simply sweep more sand into the joints. Any weeds that grow between the pavers are easy to remove. If necessary, you have the opportunity to pull up a paver to expose a weed’s roots and then a chance to completely remove it.

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Effortless Upkeep

Cleaning pavers is done with some detergent, water and a scrubbing brush. Most of the time they require little maintenance and can be expected to last for generations to come. There are streets in the City of Boston, United States that have been in use for over 200 years and still appear as when they were first installed.

Easy To Replace

If a concrete driveway becomes cracked or damaged, you have the option to repair the specific area, which will result in spots of discoloration, leaving the obvious appearance of patches. Because of this, many people choose to replace the entire thing. With pavers, you can choose to remove the damaged paver only and replace it that same day. It doesn’t require complicated tools or a large amount of labor. Replacing a paver can is so easy that you can do it yourself. Make a DIY project out of it.

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Effortless Renewal

One of the biggest advantages of pavers is that if a repair ever does become necessary, pavers are manufactured to be uniform and can therefore easily be replaced without leaving ugly patches or scars.

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Simple Restoration

Pavers are a series of individual bricks and stones, as compared to a solid slab, they are less prone to cracking as the earth shifts. And if one of the brick pavers does get damaged, it is easily removed and replaced while leaving the rest of the driveway, sidewalk or patio intact.

Weather Resistant

Another benefit of pavers is that they are ready to use as a driveway or patio as soon as you set them, unlike concrete, which much cure for several days before you can use it.

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Climate Endurance

Pavers have a rough surface that makes them naturally slip resistant. Deicing salts don’t affect the surface of the pavers either. You can shovel or plow snow that is on the pavers without having to worry about scratches or scuff marks. They also won’t crack in a minor earthquake, like poured concrete does.

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Environmental Durability

When frozen water on concrete is melted, the concrete absorbs it, when it freezes again it puts stress on the concrete causing cracks and flakes to appear. Pavers have an extremely low absorption rate, which make them very resistant to freeze/thaw cycles.


When it comes to design, the sky’s the limit for pavers. There is no end to the architectural style, shape, and pattern possibilities of pavers.

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Natural stone, brick, and concrete. Patios, pools, walkways, and pavilions. Interlocking, basketweave, rectangular, oblong, and square. Whatever your project requires and whatever your taste entails, pavers provide versatility in material, function, and design.

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One of the added benefits of pavers is the limitless colors they come in, including chocolate brown, terracotta, sandy gold, rust, dusty grey, white pewter, forest green, and chestnut red. Find out which color satisfies your creative taste.

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