What is a Paver?
Technically speaking the name is “interlocking pavers”. Interlocking pavers are considered flexible surfaces, meaning that the loads are distributed through the base by point-to-point contact and interlock between the aggregate. Pavers spread loads across the base. They can move with minor movements in the base without cracking. This gives them a distinct advantage over asphalt and poured concrete, which can crack more readily should the base move from loads to settlement or due to temperature and humidity changes.
Pavers come in different materials. Man made, such as concrete pavers, or from the nature, such as travertine/marble pavers, they all come in a myriad of colors, shapes and patterns. Given its flexibility, they can be utilized under many scenarios. Driveways, patios, pool decks overlays, walkways are just some of the typical applications.
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