Transform Your Driveway: Discover the Power of Interlocking
Your home's driveway is a prominent feature visible from the street, so it's essential to make it as visually appealing as possible. Interlocking driveways, a durable and long-lasting option, have been a popular choice for homeowners seeking to make a lasting impression. Here are five compelling reasons to consider an interlocking driveway for your next renovation project.
Interlocking driveways captivate homeowners with their sophisticated appearance. They provide an affordable alternative to flagstone or natural stone, adding a touch of luxury to your home's front yard.
With a vast array of stones, colors, and styles to choose from, you can create a unique design that complements your home's aesthetic, whether it's a natural slate texture or old-world charm. Moreover, an interlocking driveway can enhance your property's value when it's time to sell.
Interlocking driveways outlast other paved surfaces, with a potential lifespan of up to a century when installed correctly!
Unlike other surfaces, interlocking pavers don't require pressure joints and can support heavy loads immediately after installation, eliminating any waiting period.
As a busy homeowner, you want a low-maintenance driveway. Interlocking driveways fulfill this need with their ease of maintenance.
Individual paver installation allows for simple, cost-effective replacement of damaged stones without affecting the entire driveway. Additionally, the modular system of interlock pavers grants easy access for underground repairs, as you can remove the pieces instead of resorting to destructive methods like jack-hammering concrete.
Interlocking driveways are also designed to expand and contract with movement, preventing cracks.
While installing an interlocking driveway, consider enhancing your parking area. From widening your driveway for extra vehicles to creating a user-friendly turnaround, there are numerous possibilities to explore.
Interlocking driveways facilitate water drainage, preventing pooling. The live bacteria present between the stones and in the gravel bed help remove toxins through natural biological processes, resulting in a more environmentally-friendly runoff. Unlike asphalt driveways, interlocking driveways don't require toxic sealcoats.
To keep your interlocking driveway in top condition, perform maintenance approximately once every three years. Regular power washing helps remove stains, debris, and unwanted fragments between the joints. Afterward, use a broom to spread polymeric sand onto the pavers, filling the gaps. Finally, mist the pavers with water to settle the polymeric sand and secure the stones.
Our award-winning landscape design, build, and maintenance company in Burlington can help you craft a stunning interlocking driveway that remains stable and level for years to come. To begin planning your dream driveway, contact our office today.