An interlocking paver driveway is the perfect way to enhance your home’s curb appeal. Interlocking pavers make for an extremely durable, long-lasting, and impressive driveway. Better yet, the paving stones mean that your driveway will require little to no maintenance during its lifetime.
Installing a paver driveway is a great investment for any homeowner. Not only does it make for a secure surface, they are also affordable and easily replaceable. Repairs to the driveway can be made by removing only the individual pavers with damage, which means shorter repair times.
In addition, choosing paver stones for your driveway means that you will have the ability to customize the color and shape of the stones to reflect your design preferences. The stones can also be installed in several patterns, and they can be outlined with border stones to best reflect your style. Of course built-in lighting is also another option to customize your driveway.
We will do everything possible to make the driveway installation process a simple and easy one for you. Paving stones can be installed on different existing pavement surfaces, and they can even be installed on a driveway that is sloped.
A paver driveway is a type of driveway made from interlocking pavers, which are small, flat stones or bricks used for paving. Paver driveways offer several advantages over traditional concrete or asphalt driveways:
- Durability: Pavers are made from durable materials that can withstand heavy loads, making them ideal for driveways.
- Aesthetics: Pavers come in a wide range of colors, shapes, and textures, allowing for a customized and attractive look for the driveway.
- Flexibility: In the event of damage, individual pavers can be easily replaced without having to redo the entire driveway.
- Drainage: Pavers have joints between them that allow water to drain through, reducing the risk of puddling or flooding.
- Low maintenance: With proper installation, paver driveways require little maintenance and can last for many years.
Paver driveways are installed by preparing a base of crushed stone, placing a layer of sand on top, and then laying the pavers.
Don’t be surprised when your new paver driveway is the envy of your neighborhood!