Fall is an excellent time to clean your paving stones. After the busy summer months, families are settling into a new school routine and preparing for the holidays. Take advantage of these next few weeks to do projects around the house and in the garden before the holiday season gets into full swing.
Cleaning your pavers is so easy that the whole family can help. Here is what you need:
- A broom
- Dishwashing soap
- Scrubbing pad
- Pavers sealer
This article was written by a Go Pavers expert and originally published on Angie’s List on April 22nd, 2014.
When warmer temperatures arrive and inclement weather exits, it’s time to prepare your garden and your hardscapes for spring and summer. Paving stones are an ideal solution for your patio, driveway, walkways and pool decks. They have a rustic beauty and are easy to maintain.
It is still important to clean and inspect them to ensure they stay in the best shape possible.
Paving stones are a fantastic alternative to concrete driveways and patios because they are easier to maintain and clean. Since pavers are joined together by a sand filler they will stay securely in place, while still moving with the earth. This makes them earthquake resistant and prevents the ugly cracks that regularly appear in concrete.
Pavers can turn any landscape into something that is both visually interesting and beautiful. With so many colors and textures to choose from, you can create a design that is as unique as you are. Rather than having a traditional concrete driveway, become the only house on the block to use driveway pavers. Instead of an old brick patio, install patio pavers for a stunning and customized look. At Go Pavers you can view our entire collection, along with the pavers prices, online. Browse a variety of styles and select the one most suited to your individual taste.