Brick Driveways: A Path to Beauty


The driveway may seem like an afterthought for most home builders, but it is the first impression visitors will have of your home so an attention to detail can pay off. Paver driveways are an excellent way to increase the curb appeal and value of your home while helping to maintain your lawn’s health and appearance.

A paver driveway is a great way to complement your home’s style. While concrete and asphalt only offer a limited color scheme, pavers come in a wide variety of colors and shapes that can pair with most any home. Aside from just looking better, pavers will outlast both asphalt and concrete driveways and repair is far easier. If your concrete driveway cracks, fixing it can be a lot of work and any patches will be discolored resulting in an eye sore. If pavers need repair, it is as simple as removing the broken piece and replacing it with a new one.

Cracks can appear on concrete and asphalt driveways as a result of your tree’s root system searching for water. Since paver driveways are permeable, water is seeped into the ground and to the roots, preventing them from breeching the surface and disrupting your pavers.
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