Here at Go Pavers we often speak on the superior appearance and environmental benefits of the interlocking concrete pavers and permeable pavers we offer. Did you know that our paver stones also provide incredible strength and durability benefits that elevate their performance well above poured concrete and asphalt?
Let’s take a look at the history of pavers and the nature of their uncommon strength and durability, and how we’re a Los Angeles pavers contractor that builds upon that tradition.
When it comes to the debate between concrete vs pavers, we’re certain that pavers are the ideal choice when it’s time to update your home’s appearance. With spring and summer on the way you’ll be spending more time outdoors enjoying the splendor your home decor brings. However, If this happens to be your first time doing a pavers installation project, you might have concerns about what is to become of your existing driveway and even consider using your new pavers to cover the existing concrete surface that you have. There are many reasons why doing so could end in disaster and here’s why.
Imagine that your concrete driveway has taken some damage from a recent earthquake. If you went ahead and placed pavers above the concrete driveway, you’ll have twice the mess with half of the effectiveness, leaving unsightly cracks on concrete that could be already worn and dried out. It’s a tremendous hassle to clean up. Even worse, you’ll end up paying more for removal and restoration.