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Permeable pavers are used to allow rainwater to be absorbed into the ground, rather than run-off into the storm drain system, where it can contaminate local water supplies and interrupt the natural water cycle. Using a permeable or porous paving system has many advantages over and above being environmentally conscious, including durability, stability, and ease of maintenance/repair.
There are many reasons to consider pavers for your home. They are a beautiful addition to your home that will increase curb appeal and value, they will never crack or break and dollar for dollar offer the most bang for the buck over any other hardscape system on the market.
How to Install a Permeable-Paver Driveway
- 1 How to Install a Permeable-Paver Driveway
- 2 Project details
- 3 Steps on How to Install a Permeable Paver Driveway
More eco friendly than asphalt or concrete, permeable driveway pavers minimize runoff that can pollute waterways.