Porous pavement has been around for over a century, but it’s only been in recent years that the versatility of the product has really been embraced. Renowned for its applicability to pathways or trees surrounds, most people don’t realise that porous paving can be also used for steps or access ramps.
Are you a school, hospital, commercial centre with a car park or paved area which is in need of an update? In that case you might want to install pavement that uses locally sourced recycled or reclaimed materials, and that is handicap accessible.
No matter how big your next project is, StoneSet porous paving can provide you with a durable, low maintenance system which not only looks great but is fully permeable! With increasing restrictions on hard to soft landscaping, this system will ensure your project is approved and negate the need for long term maintenance funds. The multi-layer system allows water to permeate the ground while retaining a high quality, professionally maintained appearance. The final top coat is a resin-based formulation that holds your aggregate firmly in place to reduce repairs and maintenance.
Home improvement is on people’s minds, and adding a patio tops the list of additions. People want something that acts as an extension of the living room to their backyard: a comfortable space for relaxing with friends and safe place for enjoying the garden. Now, there are many choices when it comes to patio materials, and you want to pick the best one to fulfill the functional and decorative purposes. A good one to choose is porous paving.
Many builders are using StoneSet materials to provide their customers with cost-effective paving solutions for everything from industrial campuses to residential driveways. The porous nature of our products encourages water absorption to reduce damages from erosion. This makes it easier and quicker to repair cracks and holes while using locally available materials to reduce costs.
Permeable paving sounds like a great idea. It has all the strength of traditional pavement, but it allows water to drain straight through it. This eliminates the need for overflow channels and gutters, which can make projects from driveways to streets significantly faster to install, and less costly in terms of time and materials. But what about contaminants in the water? After all, pavement is covered in substances you’d rather not have in your water table, from motor oil to antifreeze spills.
Pathways are a big part of a landscape. They are frequently the most visible part, and they reflect the care someone put into the garden. If you have a dull pathway that is cracking and prone to puddles, everything else will also look rundown. So when you are looking to put a pathway in your property, you want to pick your surfaces carefully. You might, for one thing, consider porous paving.
Looking to replace your cracked, stained or worn out paving? How about instead of replacing the paving, overlay it instead. By choosing to overlay your old pavement instead of replacing it, you are saving time, money, and reducing the amount of waste associated with the renovation.