Permeable pavers are one of the most environmentally friendly paving solutions that are available to builders, landscaping contractors, engineers, and property owners. They are available in three types, namely: grass, interlocking concrete, and porous concrete. These paver types provide different benefits and are applied in various outdoor areas in public, private, and… More >>
Antique pavers are outright interesting because of their Old World charm. Most paver units possess a rich history and unmatched beauty, making them highly prized by architects, builders, contractors, and property owners.
Antique pavers are generally classified as imitation, clay and brick, natural stone, and tumbled. Imitation pavers are specifically produced to mimic the look and feel of authentic antique paver units, while clay and brick pavers are produced through high-heat processes, giving them a time-hewn texture and appearance. On the other hand, natural stone antique paving options such as cobblestone, granite, and limestone are easily the most coveted since they are formed by… Read More>>
Rubber pavers may not be among the most common paving materials used by contractors and preferred by property owners of residential and commercial establishments but this doesn’t mean that they lack some great benefits. In fact, these paving materials can go head-to-head against more popular pavers like brick or natural stones. Read More >>
Flagstone pavers are some of the most preferred and used paving materials by contractors, stonemasons, builders, architects, and DIY enthusiasts. They are typically derived from various natural stones such as slate, bluestone, quartzite, limestone, or sandstone and are formed by cutting them into slabs.
And while natural flagstone pavers can be a bit pricey, the benefits that they can provide make them very attractive paving solutions. These paving materials are durable, easy to maintain, slip-and acid resistant, and offer various customization possibilities. Property owners can also choose from the various colors, patterns, shapes, and…. Read more …
Slate has been widely used for centuries in the building industry. Its main function has been as a building stone due to its easy to work with texture. However, it is a very heavy material, thus quite expensive to move around, so it was mainly used in regions close to slate quarries. Those areas producing such beautiful slate tiles included Wales, Portugal, United Kingdom and New York. Read More >>
Bluestone pavers are not just used as flooring materials but can also be tapped to create pleasing veneers, wall caps, building stones, treads, steps, and others. It is this versatility that makes these paving solutions present in many public structures, commercial establishments, and residential units across… Read More >>
Grass and turf pavers may not be as popular as interlocking concrete, brick, or natural stone pavers but they are as effective, attractive, and durable. Grass pavers are known to effectively prevent soil erosion and to contribute in storm water management efforts. Their honeycomb design allows for soil, gravel, sand, and eventually, turf to be added into the hollow center. Read more>>
Limestone Pavers have been used to build numerous iconic and day-to-day hardscape structures, with some of the oldest ones still standing fully intact until today. From town halls, banks, train stations, post offices – even statues and sculpture pieces – limestone is almost everywhere. Pavers made of limestone are generally used today as flooring surfaces but it’s still possible to see large structures these days that are made of… Read More >>
More and more residential and commercial property owners today are discovering the benefits that sandstone pavers can offer. This is not surprising given that such benefits have been enjoyed by countless property owners for well over a hundred years now… Read More >>
Cobblestone pavers are among the oldest paving materials that are still in wide use today. These decorative stones make up some of the best-preserved roads in various parts of the world, particularly in Rome and many American villages. Today, they are extensively used in various commercial, residential, and public spaces and rank as among the most preferred paving materials. Read more…