Permeable pavers use a combination of interlocking grids that are laid over a prepared subsurface and one of several fill materials, such as gravel or crushed limestone. Once the fill material is compacted into the grids, it creates a 100% permeable, strong, durable parking surface that is virtually maintenance free.
A parking surface made from permeable pavers requires very little ongoing maintenance, which reduces long-term costs.
Permeable Paver systems have many residential, commercial and industrial applications such as:
- Stormwater management
- Dust control
- Flood mitigation
- Commercial parking lots
- Stormwater detention
- and more.
Permeable pavement has been increasing in popularity for some time now. Permeable pavers are the preferred pavement options for both residential and commercial uses because of how they facilitate the flow of rainwater directly through them. Permeable pavers reduce the possibility of flooding and also eliminate the need for additional drainage systems in most cases. […]
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