Interlocking pavers are known to be the most expensive paving and landscaping materials available to homeowners and landscaping contractors. Among other benefits, they are easy to install, replace, or maintain, which makes them very economical. And, the most important characteristics of these materials is their rigidity and sturdiness, and they can withstand constant freezing conditions and heavy loads.
Meanwhile, permeable interlocking concrete pavers assure significantly less stormwater runoff, which makes them eco-friendly. There are other benefits, such as a less requirement for drainage pipes, gutters, and curb systems. They also help stabilize loose soil and make areas such as driveways or parking lots attractive since vegetation can grow in their hollow center.
There are different paver patterns, textures, and colors and are ideal for those who want to achieve a personalized or custom look. By combining colors, patterns, and shapes, it is possible to come up with themes like Mediterranean, Old World, modern, or contemporary. All of these benefits ultimately make interlocking pavers popular among the builders, engineers, landscaping companies, and property owners.