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Adaliz Louise Auclair Outdoor Paver June 17th, 2018 - 19:53:19
Keep in mind that its often quite easy to create patterned effects on a driveway when you use paving bricks. Choosing two complementary colours and creating a border effect can help to form a bit of a frame around your driveway area. Its also possible to create smaller patterns of opposing coloured bricks in the centre of a larger driveway. The paving used for pathways is often not as thick as those used for traffic areas. These usually come in a 40mm thickness. Its usually quite easy to match your pathways to whatever colour scheme youve chosen for your driveway. This helps to tie in your outdoor landscaping features into a matching theme which enhances the look of your home.
When it comes to sealing pavers you have a choice. You can either have your pavement sealed or leave it the way it is. However if you want your paver to last long without damage and have a glossed look then sealing it is essential. More and more people today are taking to sealing their pavers. Since pavers are the elements of the house that suffer maximum exposure to extreme weather pollution dirt grease and load conditions they stand a higher risk of being damaged. Given below are four major benefits that should convince you about the benefits of sealing your pavers. The biggest benefit of sealing pavers is that they do not require high maintenance.
Compared to regular concrete pavers are crack free. Their inherent design allows them to flex and move because of their many dry joints between the individual pavers. No poured concrete is used in the installation only a compacted aggregate base and sand. Edge restraints can be packed concrete along the outer perimeter or special plastic edge restraints designed specifically for pavers. Tile stone flagstone or any other material that must be installed over a concrete slab is subject to cracking of the underlying slab. Poured concrete without stone on top will also crack because its the nature of concrete to crack. Expansion joints are intentionally placed in poured concrete applications to allow for this natural cracking. Unfortunately concrete does not always crack along the expansion joints. And when it doesnt the whole appearance can be ruined.
Natural Stone pavers are quarried stone which are cut to the right size. Generally these pavers are laid end to end which does require more labor time. There is little maintenance needed and the stone pavers will last a lifetime. On a per square foot basis most stone pavers will cost $10.00. If you choose unusual or rare stones the cost could be up to $30 per square foot. Concrete pavers are colored at the manufacturer and may fade over time. To prevent this the pavers can be cleaned and sealed. Concrete pavers are priced at $5 to $10 per square foot and are installed for an additional $5 to $10 per square foot. Sand-set is an economical installation method. Soil and gravel layer compaction is necessary for stability.