Driveway pavers are increasingly used in the place of concrete for commercial and residential driveways. The pavers offer a number of benefits over concrete that include the following:
Concrete driveways regularly pit and crack due to the sun, rain, snow, and ice. The surface will become pitted and look unappealing. If water starts flowing under the driveway, it can erode the base and that part of the driveway will collapse when the weight of your car drives over it. Resurfacing or replacing the driveway can be expensive and time-consuming. Driveway pavers are like bricks, they can take a lot of pressure without cracking or deteriorating. If one does break or becomes discolored, you can dig it out and simply put a new one into the empty space of the damaged one. You don’t have to replace the entire driveway to make it structural sound and looking good again.
Driveway pavers come in many different sizes, colors, and patterns. You can create a unique look for your driveway in a way you cannot do with poured concrete. In many cases, you can use software from a driveway paver dealer or manufacturer to design your driveway. All you have to do is take a picture of your home and current driveway and put it into the software program. This way you can actually see how your house and driveway will look once you install the driveway pavers.
Driveway pavers are easier and quicker to install than a concrete driveway. You don’t to have put down rebar or use a big concrete mixing truck to pour the concrete. You also don’t have to wait for the driveway pavers to cure like you do with concrete. You can use your driveway once the pavers are put in place.
Driveway pavers are a good option if you’re looking for something that will last longer than concrete and look good throughout the year.