Adaliz Louise Auclair Outdoor Paver June 17th, 2018 - 19:46:22
Power wash brick paver areas using a 2700 psi power washer or greater. You may or may not need to use a paver cleaner during this process. Sweep joint sand into all the joints of the pavers and water down with a light spray from a garden hose. Sweep sand and water down a second time to ensure joints are full of joint sand. Once dry confirm joints are full with joint sand and move on to the next step. Having these joints completely filled and compacted will help maintain paver stability. Apply a joint stabilizing sealer on all the paver areas. The sealer hardens the sand which helps prevent water intrusion in the joints and insects digging through it! Follow the instructions of the manufacturer on how to apply sealer.
The many shapes patterns and colors of Concrete Pavers allow for design creativity as well as delineation of pavement areas such as parking lanes cross walks and intersections. The beauty of pavers adds value and visual appeal to any property. By adding flexibility not possible with rigid pavement pavers can flow with existing landscaping to deliver beauty to any property. Proper installation of the product results in a pavement that is rigid yet flexible. The joints between pavers allow the driveway to move without cracking. In addition they can be unzipped to allow for repairs or access to utilities.
Having a flat surface pavers do not damage snow blows blowers or shovels. Summer maintenance can include pressure washing. If broken or stained the paver can be pulled up and easily replaced with a new paver. Pavers can be pressure-washed to keep up their good appearance. It is easy to pull up any broken or damaged paver and replace it with a new one Brick Pavers offer a variety of color and pattern layouts for your driveway. They are extremely durable and could last a lifetime. Their per square foot cost is generally $5 to $15 with installation at $10.50 to $20.
Each year we make one major improvement to our home which will enhance its beauty or improve on maintenance time from us. We always look for things that will increase the re-sale value of our home when that time comes. Balanced with this are eco-friendly considerations for our neighborhood and city. Our driveway is the current project. We have already ruled out asphalt and poured concrete. Both have the potential to crack and give a negative eye-appeal and possible hazard for tripping. They are not the best eco-friendly structures. Solid surfaces let the rain water run down carrying leaves and other debris into the street and sewers.