Has your old driveway seen better days? Before you replace it with the same stone, concrete or asphalt materials, consider a paver driveway instead. Why?
Traditional driveways are made from concrete and asphalt that allows water to run off after heavy rains. Watershed prevention is becoming a common theme in many residential neighborhoods these days and some communities even have restrictions on the amount of impermeable surfaces a homeowner can have. This calculation can include driveways, patios, concrete walkways and other hardscaping elements. In contrast, our permeable paver driveways absorb water, preventing unnecessary and damaging watershed.
Available in a number of styles and colors, a paver driveway offers beauty and texture you just won't get from traditional stone, concrete or asphalt driveways. Our landscape designers can help you choose the best style to match your home or blend with other landscape elements.
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