Pros & Cons Of Interlocking Pavers

Pros & Cons Of Interlocking Pavers

There are several benefits of using interlock pavers for your walkways or driveways, both in the commercial and residential sectors. That is why interlocking pavers are a popular choice for property owners.

Even though pavers are a little more costly than concrete or asphalt to install, property owners reap the benefits of the robust material, curb appeal, and various other great features which save them a lot of money down the line. 

In this blog post, we will discuss the pros and cons of interlocking pavers.

Pros of Interlocking Pavers

  • Fast Installation Process

Interlocking pavers can be installed in a short amount of time in any weather condition. You can also drive or walk on your newly installed paver as soon as it is installed; there is no long wait required as in the case of concrete or asphalt.

  • Durability and Strength

Interlocking pavers are very durable and can stand almost any kind of climate. If installed properly, they can last you over thirty years, which is an exceptionally long service life. Furthermore, interlocking pavers that are cracked or damaged can be restored quickly without any hassle as each paver can be removed and replaced individually, without affecting the others.

  • Low Maintenance Required

It doesn’t take much effort to keep your interlock driveway or walkway looking great. You just need to hose down the pavement to remove filth, and for proper cleaning, high-pressure washing will do the trick.

Also, the interlocking pavers come pre-sealed, so you don’t need to re-seal them after the installation process.

  • Offer a Unique Design to Enhance Curb Appeal

Interlocking pavers enhance the curb appeal of your property and let you express your style. With a wide array of colors and a variety of paver shapes and sizes available, your pavement can be your own canvas to show off your creativity.

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  • Environmental-Friendly

Unlike asphalt or concrete, rainwater on interlocking pavers will naturally seep into the ground. Pavers also trap suspended solids, process nutrients and oils and bar heavy metals. Moreover, interlocking pavers control water runoffs through the preamble surface.

  • Provide Non-Skid Surfaces

Interlocking pavers build a non-skid and non-slip surface, making it safe to walk or drive on, even after rainstorms.

The sad part? You can’t skate on them! But the good thing is that the non-skid surface makes pavers an ideal choice for beautiful landscaping around pool areas.

Cons of Interlocking Pavers

With all the benefits, interlocking pavers also have their fair share of cons.

Since pavers use polymer sand to bind together, weeds can breed between them as the sand wears away from daily use or wind erosion.

Wait! Don’t despair because the con is very insignificant compared to the benefits interlocking pavers offer.

If you are looking to add personal flair to your property with a material that doesn’t require much maintenance and will last over thirty years, interlocking pavers may just be your best bet! These pavers have warranties for a lifetime and will look fresh and new with simple high-pressure washing, giving you beautiful results for very little cost and effort.

To get interlocking pavers installed at your property in Tampa, FL, contact the Resource Pavement Group! We always ensure the best quality results as our experts use premium quality products and the most effective techniques to cater to all your paving needs!