The ground of outdoor areas like patios and driveways are crucial parts of the hardscape. They help to connect the natural world of garden foliage to the hard materials of your constructed home. One ideal substance to unite the two is earthy brick pavers. Consider the following additional benefits.
Durable and Low Maintenance
Using baked clay, brick pavers are extremely strong and able to withstand the continual assault of rain, hail, and sunshine. Because they're set on a bed of crushed stones and sand, each paver can shift slightly without degrading the entire surface. Thus, a paved surface, which can settle and adjust, doesn't need to crack like immovable concrete after tiny earth movements. Regardless, paver surfaces are easy to fix if any individual ones break, as you can replace those units only. Whether across a driveway and bearing the weight of vehicles, or around a patio and carrying foot traffic, they'll withstand the wear and tear.
Brick pavers come in various earthy hues, including reds, browns, yellows, and tans. Thus, you can pick the best shades to harmonise with your landscape and home's cladding to generate a cohesive effect and marry everything together. You can lay them in many gorgeous patterns, like herringbone, basketweave, and circular designs. For a charming, colourful effect, combine different hues. For example, mix red and blue-grey toned pavers for added interest.
Stable but Movable Cover
Brick pavers on a crushed base are the ideal compromise between set surfaces such as concrete or mortar-set tiles and dirt and grass. Pavers provide stable and secure surfaces to walk on, unlike grass which can become slippery and bogged in the rain. However, because interlocking pavers are not set in cement, you can remove them when needed. For example, you might require access to underground pipes right below your patio. You or contractors can remove the pavers and the underlying base to access the plumbing. Then, the same pavers can be relaid. If the surface were concrete, however, you'd need to ruin and smash it. Thus, pavers are flexible enough for you to transfer but solid enough to create safe flooring.
The front exterior of your home is the first thing people notice when visiting your home. Whether you're considering selling or want to impress guests, a brick paving driveway will add to your home's kerb appeal. More desirable than boring concrete, it will bring a dash of colour and interest.
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