Interlocking Pavers Installation Process
The interlocking pavers installation process is rather simple and efficient. For concrete or asphalt, you often have to wait days for it to dry completely. Furthermore, it takes a lot of care to ensure that the surface is leveled with a solid foundation. On the other hand, interlocking driveway pavers can be installed in a day or two, depending on the project area and you can start driving and walking on the paver stones right away.
Interlocking Pavers are Easy to Replace/Remove
Interlocking pavers are pretty easy to remove and replace. If one is cracked or stained from oil, it can be removed easily. You can use a flat pry bar to loosen the paver from all angles and pop it out. For a driveway made of concrete or asphalt, it can be difficult to fix a portion that is damaged.
Interlocking Stone Are Customizable to Any Design
Interlocking paving stones can be made from natural stones like limestone, granite, or flagstone, or pre-poured concrete and they can also be colored in various shades. You are not limited by shape either. Paving stones make it possible for you to add a creative touch to your home.
Paving Stones Are Not Just for Driveways
• Patios and porches
• Pool areas
• Retaining walls
• Stairs and steps
• Commercial outdoor areas
• Grill stations
Paving Stones are Long Lasting
Most traditional paving options last between 10 to 20 years. Asphalt and concrete are durable but usually start to crack and split after a few years. Interlocking pavers are extremely durable and can last for decades if they are properly cared for. They can be covered with a protective seal which helps to prevent discoloration and chipping too.
Stone Driveways Can Increase Your Home’s Value
It is as simple as that. Increase your home’s curb appeal by having an interlocking paving stone driveway, walkway, patio, pool deck, or outdoor living space installed. Interlocking stone pavers can be a great selling point for your home.
Stone Works for All Weather Conditions
Paving stones can be designed to withstand any type of weather. They will not expand or warp in extreme heat or cold. Furthermore, they aren’t susceptible to cracking since they are slightly flexible and disperse weight evenly. Some materials often used for driveways such as asphalt will expand and crack as the temperature changes. Loose stone, sand, or gravel driveways are also not the best for changing weather patterns because heavy rainfall can create deep puddles and wash away parts of the driveway.
Opting for an interlocking paver design for the driveway, patio, pool area, pathways, or retaining way is a long-lasting investment with numerous benefits. Tuscany Pavers can help you create the outdoor design of your dreams. Please contact us today if you have any further questions on interlocking stone pavers products, designs, or applications.