What Are Driveway Pavers?
Pavers in driveways often lock together. This enhances the installation’s strength. It also makes installation quick and easy. If a paver breaks or needs repair, it’s easy to address.
Concrete driveways require curing while pavers do not. This means there is no awkward waiting period before you can use your new driveway.
In addition, most concrete pavers are textured to offer greater traction in wet conditions.
Finally, they are easy to install because individual pavers are small. They’re easy to handle and don’t require large equipment to install. Many homeowners even install their own driveway pavers. Just remember it will take time to place each paver into place, however.
Because no one enjoys pulling weeds we only install with polymeric sand. This product not only resists weeds and ants but also stays in place during heavy rain showers. To learn more about polymeric sand click this link.
Maintaining Your Driveway
Pavers in your driveway offer a low maintenance surface to drive over. If the pavers get dirty, simply sweep or rinse them with a garden hose. We recommend cleaning and sealing every three years based on traffic and weather conditions. We are happy to provide this service to you.
If the pavers heave in weather, replace them and skip major reinstallations. Some homeowners repair their driveways themselves while others call us for the help they need.
How Long Do Driveway Pavers Last
You can expect your driveway pavers to last between 25-30 years. That’s plenty of time to gain back your investment. Purchase pavers with a warranty if possible.