We are one of the top companies offering Paver Block services. We at Ramans Construction ensure high-quality which is a durable substitute method of paving that is quite in vogue these days. These paver blocks are interlocked and not only impart good looks but are also quite high in strength which makes them a good choice.
The Durability of Concrete Pavers
The physical properties of the RCP Bella Vista interlocking pavers allow for nearly 4 times the load bearing weight of a standard concrete slab, (Approximately 8000psi compared to 2000psi of some concrete slabs). This high strength of the concrete pavers allows for heavier loads and longer life than that of standard concrete or asphalt. When looking at the durability of asphalt surfaces it must be noted that they have only moderate strength and will break down with traffic over time. With gravel, due to the fact that it is not permanent, it will require regular filling and therefore does not provide a durable, long-lasting surface for such applications as driveways, pathways, or patio areas.
The Flexibility of Concrete Pavers
The flexibility of an interlocking concrete paver system allows for adjust to the environment as well as avoiding seismic distortion and cracking. In the case of concrete slabs, there is a lack of flexibility which will lead to shrinkage and cracking over time. Although somewhat flexible, the same is true with asphalt as it will crack over time and soften with high temperatures. The flexibility of concrete pavers over other paving materials add to the longevity of the concrete paver system, providing you will a long-lasting paving
Repair and Maintenance of Concrete Pavers
Repair and maintenance of interlocking pavers is simple, easy and affordable. If for some reason a paver becomes damaged or stained, you simply need to remove the offending paver(s) and replace it with a new paver(s). Repair and maintenance of concrete slabs and asphalt are more complicated. Stains and cracks to concrete slabs and asphalt lead to expensive and time consuming resurfacing projects which will likely occur multiple times over the lifetime of the paved area. As far as gravel areas, they must be filled in frequently. Over time and with use, the surface will become uneven.