Pavements play a vital role in any area of residential or commercial use, ensuring proper passage for pedestrians. These sidewalks come in different forms, sizes, types, and design patterns. Interlocking paving is a method in paving roads, wherein pavers or bricks are laid down on a bed of sand on top of concrete in the desired design. This approach has been used for thousands of years, dating back to the Roman times. Not only is this method structurally stable, but they are aesthetically pleasing as well.

Interlocking paving is a technique that has been used all over the world, from town plazas to simple driveways. They come in all shapes and sizes, in different colors made from various materials, but are installed the same way. Interlocking pavers are laid on a bed of sand that sits on top of poured concrete. The design of the pavers, or the bricks, vary from simple block patterns, pavers that are angled when coupled together, or even in radial patterns in some more intricate designs.

There are many reasons as to why interlocking pavers are used for pavement projects. One of which is their flexibility when it comes to repair and maintenance. Since the process of installing interlocking pavers do not require concrete or any form of adhesive to set them together. The concrete only acts as a base for the sand, in which the pavers are laid on. The sand allows the pavers to be flexible enough for areas that tend to have less stability, where when concrete as the main pavement would be used, would crack from movement. The interlocking pattern acts as the primary holder of the pavers. With the lack of a traditional adhesive for these bricks, it is easy for them to be pulled out when damaged and just replaced with the same brick design.

Interlocking pavers are also an excellent material for areas that experience a lot of rain or moisture, as the pavers can act as a sponge that can absorb the water, as to avoid having surface runoff that can be a hazard in driving. This also allows the pavers to be designed in a way that it can drain and collect the surface runoff and be harvested for irrigation purposes.

The wide selection of interlocking pavers allows designers to be more creative when it comes to design. Since these bricks come in an assortment of colors, sizes, shapes, and materials, designers are not just limited to a straightforward blocked design. Curves and different angles can create intricate pavement designs that could elevate the look of the city or area it is installed. In ancient Roman times, Interlocking pavers were designed as mosaics, which act more than just a walkway, but as a piece of art as well.

Interlocking pavers are a great way to make what would be an ordinary walkway, driveway, or town plaza, look and feel better. Not only will it be a better choice economically, but aesthetically as well. If you want to transform you sidewalk with our material, then click here to find out how.