When it comes to installing a new driveway or walkway, you have a ton of options. The most common material used is poured concrete, but you should consider other options. Interlocking brick pavers have many advantages over concrete, including:
Aesthetic – Pavers come in wide variety of styles, allowing you to create a look that is as simple or elaborate as you’d like. They are also available in many more colors than poured concrete. In the end, installing brick pavers over concrete will give your home much more curb appeal.
Pavers are excellent for high traffic areas like the driveway or front walkway because they are extremely durable. Concrete has a tendency to crack, which will cost you more money in repairs over time. Pavers not only hold their color better, but they can also shift with the earth, allowing your driveway to remain intact.
The maintenance and installation costs of brick pavers are a fraction of what you would pay for concrete. When your concrete walkways are damaged, you have to re-pour the entire area, whereas individual brick pavers can be lifted out and replaced when they are damaged. They are also much less prone to staining and other types of permanent damage.
Brick pavers have a much more abrasive surface than poured concrete, making them much safer to walk on when wet. When used around a pool area, they make the space significantly safer.
If you pavers were improperly sealed and they begin to fade, call our paver restoration company. We are experts at restoring faded pavers and sealing them to prevent any future damage. Contact our team today to request an estimate.