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.
Are you thinking about giving your driveway a much-needed makeover with crushed limestone? This lesser-known paving option packs a punch with an array of benefits that could make it perfect for your home. That’s why we’ve created this comprehensive guide, to delve deep into the pros and cons of crushed limestone driveways. Our goal is […]
Landscape drainage is an integral part of creating an effective and aesthetically pleasing outdoor space. Without an efficient drainage system, water can pool and cause damage to your landscape and even the structural integrity of your home. Therefore, landscape drainage is not merely an option, but a necessity. In this article, we’ll explore a variety […]
Are you looking for a reliable and sustainable solution to your paving needs? Look no further than ground stabilization grids. Ground stabilization grids are engineered structures made of recycled high-density polyethylene, designed to provide stability and strength to surfaces like parking lots and driveways. Advanced solutions utilizing these grids that can withstand varying amounts of […]
When it comes to hardscaping your outdoor space, the decision between brick and concrete pavers can seem overwhelming. Both materials have their unique advantages and can significantly impact the aesthetic and functionality of your space. However, another option might be a more suitable solution: TRUEGRID permeable pavers. This article delves into the pros and cons […]
You’ve probably seen a paver patio before; you’ve likely admired one, eaten dinner on one, and even grilled on a paver patio, but have you ever stopped to consider how it was built? More specifically, have you ever wondered how deep to dig for patio pavers? Building a paver patio is not rocket science, but […]
An easy paving system is an attractive option for those who want a quick and straightforward installation process. These systems can be ideal for homeowners, property managers, and contractors looking to make a quick and efficient update to their driveway, patio, or walkway. This article will explore five easy paving systems that you can install […]
Utilizing permeable paving in Seattle is a sustainable solution for managing the ample stormwater runoff created by the persistent precipitation of the Pacific Northwest. Permeable paving allows water to permeate through the surface, which reduces the amount of water that runs off into the stormwater system and replenishes the groundwater. There are various options for […]
If you have dirt pathways running through your commercial landscape, chances are they get muddy when it rains. Dirt pathways can often seem like an inexpensive and convenient solution to paving when you’re building pathways on your landscape, but rain can get them extremely messy in a hurry. This might be fine for your backyard […]
When it comes to pavement there are really only two types, permeable and impermeable. Impermeable pavement is pavement that does not let any amount of water through its surface, by design. Permeable pavement is the opposite. It’s specifically designed to facilitate the flow of water through its surface and into a sub-base of gravel before […]
If you’re building a walkway, patio, or anything that requires pavement, chances are you’ll be working with pavers. Pavers are used to construct a variety of different paved areas and are great for introducing a bit of permeability into your pavement as well. There are many different types of pavers, each with their own varying […]