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Why should I choose System Pavers interlocking paving stones?
There are so many reasons to choose interlocking paving stones.
- Pavers can be used in any climate and can be walked on immediately upon compaction.
- Cracking, which is common with traditional asphalt and concrete pavements, is not an issue with these interlocking concrete pavers due to the joints between the pavers.
- Interlocking concrete pavers are a flexible system and allow for movement.
- They are almost indestructible because the pavement system moves in unison with the earth’s tendency to swell and contract over time, thus avoiding any serious damage.
What's the steepest angle slope you can build interlocking pavers on?
When installing new driveway pavers, each job is unique. It's difficult to give an exact degree of slope, so we would have to take a look at the area first. Contact us to arrange your free, no obligation consultation now.
Can the paving stones be laid on top of my current driveway?
Unlike other driveway resurface companies, System Pavers does not lay driveway pavers on top of existing concrete or asphalt. Our highly trained driveway paving stone installers remove the existing driveway surface to create the ideal foundation for your pavers.
How much does the estimate cost?
Your interlocking pavers estimate is quick & free! No obligation, no pressure. Contact us now to have a System Pavers representative come out to your home to assess your project.
Can the edges of the interlocking paving stones be curved?
Yes! Thanks to our highly trained installation crew, your interlocking paving stones are easily shaped to fit any design, including steps and walls…and curves!
What holds it stable around the edges?
A concrete edge beam is installed around the edges of your patio, deck or driveway to protect the interlocking pavers from lateral movement.
Can you drive heavy vehicles over driveway paving stones? (RV's, Motor homes etc.)
Absolutely! Our driveway pavers are designed to withstand the heavy wear and tear of RVs, motor homes, buses and more. In fact, we built interlocking pavers at Union Station Bus Depot in downtown Los Angeles, where dozens of buses pass through everyday. Please let your consultant know about heavy traffic so that he can advise the installation team accordingly.
Are there gaps between the stones or will it be level enough to play/ride/skate/walk on with high heels?
Our interlocking pavers are always installed to be as level as possible. However, feel free to tell your representative of any specific concerns you may have. Because there are so many great paving stones to choose from, the more information you give us, the easier it will be for us to make the appropriate recommendation.
How long do I have to wait to drive/walk on my interlocking paving stones after they're installed?
That's the best part, there's no down time required! You can walk & drive on your interlocking pavers right away.
Do driveway pavers get icy in colder climates?
Concrete pavers resist deterioration from freezing and thawing cycles better than asphalt and ordinary poured in place concrete. De-icing products, such as calcium chloride or salt, will not harm the pavers either, making them a great choice for cold climates. Electric or liquid snow melting systems work well under concrete pavers, eliminating snow removal while reducing slip hazards. Darker colored pavers can also aid in accelerating the melting process.
Is it easy to plow snow on driveway pavers?
Snow can be plowed, blown or shoveled just like asphalt or concrete pavements—quickly and easily. The beveled or chamfered edges of pavers prevent plows or shovels from catching on the edge—so they’re nice and smooth for easy snow clearing!
What do you do about drainage and root problems when installing my driveway pavers?
If we find any plumbing or root problems when replacing your driveway, patio or deck with interlocking paving stones, we will install new plumbing or replace broken pipes at an additional cost. In any event, we find that re-grading the area results in better drainage flow.