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Paver Patios, Walkways, Driveways, and Pool Decks Installation and Maintenance

Upgrade Landscaping paver installation is commonly used in exterior hardscaping such as patios, walkways, driveways, pool decks, and loading docks. The technical name is block paving, but pavers is the common name used by home and business owners. Upgrade Landscaping has installed thousands of square feet of pavers or interlocking paving stones and will be glad to price your project today.

Upgrade Landscaping paver patios, walkways, and driveways are installed according to manufacturer recommendations and certifications, but to get an idea of the process, Upgrade Landscaping paver experts will explain the process: Patios and walkways made out of pavers will be laid on top of a rock sub-base and a leveling bed of sand. Commonly known grout is not used in paver laying, but the joints are filled with either regular sand or a locking sand which acts very similar to grout. Paver patios and walkways are more flexible and resistant to cracking and environmental conditions, since their joints are more elastic than grout.

Paver maintenance:

Just like any other part of your home or business, your paver installation needs to be maintain. Yes, it is true that pavers require less maintenance that other patio or walkway materials, but they still require to be maintain every few years.
Maintenance consists of checking for drainage around paver installation, pressure washing of pavers and joints, re application of sand particles or locking sand and finally, application of a factory recommended sealant.

Permeable Pavers: Upgrade Landscaping installs sustainable and environmentally friendly materials and techniques for permeable pavements. the base and the sub-base allows water to go through them trapping solids and pollutants. Examples of this type of pavers are:

Pervious Pavers: Here are examples of pervious pavers

Impervious Pavers: Upgrade Landscaping can install impervious pavers to divert runoff and to take storm water to where it needs to go. These type of pavers don’t allow water to go through them and they help to guide water to desire destination.