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Interlocking pavers offer an enormous amount of flexibility and reliability when you are creating outdoor living spaces, walkways, patios, and more. Although the idea of interlocking concrete, clay, or natural stone pavers might seem like a new advance, this style of laying pavement dates back to Roman times, when they used interlocking pavers to lay their roads. For outdoor living spaces in Palm Beach, FL, interlocking pavers have many beneficial features. Here is what you need to know.
Unlimited Design Potential Interlocking Pavers
There is a virtually endless number of ways that interlocking pavers can be put together to create a design. They are available in a range of materials, colors, sizes, and textures, and they can be fit together in an array of different designs. Each individual paver may be unremarkable, but together they can create traditional walkways, abstract patio floors, or multi-colored outdoor kitchen areas. This design freedom is what makes pavers appeal to many homeowners over alternatives like poured concrete.
Resistant to Damage
Poured and stamped concrete, as well as asphalt, are prone to cracking, especially under the repeated weight of vehicles in a driveway or freeze and unfreeze cycles. Interlocking pavers are extremely resistant to this kind of damage. They can stand up to the weight of cars, temperature fluctuations. They also maintain a cooler surface in the hot summer sun. When interlocking pavers do become damaged, they are easy to replace. With normal use and proper sealing, paver should last more than 30 years.
Because interlocking pavers have small gaps between each paver, the entire surface becomes permeable. These gaps allow water to drip between the gaps and return to groundwater supplies. This benefit is better for the environment than other types of paving systems and helps to prevent standing water from pooling on your outdoor living area surfaces after heavy rainfalls, making them unusable.