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Interlocking Driveways

Interlocking concrete pavers can be used in place of asphalt or concrete. They are much more durable than asphalt, and do not chip and crack like concrete.

Tired of sealing or completely replacing your driveway?

Are you unhappy with your stained, cracking concrete or asphalt driveway?

Scenario: Your neighbor stops by and wants to look at your new paver driveway. While there, his car leaks oil on your newly installed driveway. Yes you are mad as can be, but there is no need to worry. Our pavers can be easily cleaned using a paver cleaner which we leave with you upon completion of your driveway.

Since paver driveways never have to be replaced, it is actually less expensive than asphalt or concrete.

East Hartford Paver Driveway

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Proper Installation

Before installing a paver driveway, the existing concrete or asphalt driveway must be removed and the base must be reworked. Most conventional driveways have about 4 to 6 inches of processed base. All paver driveways should have at least 12 to 14 inches of crushed process for its base layer. This will insure a strong and durable foundation for the pavers to be built upon. Bedding sand is applied between the base and the pavers to allow for proper installation. This step is critical to solidifying the manufacturer’s warranty. After pavers are installed, TC Landscaping sweeps Polymeric sand into the joints of the pavers. This is another key step to guarantee the longevity of your driveway. Polymeric sand has a binder mixed in with the sand that when activated by water and fully dried, creates a hard pliable surface that will not allow weeds to grow or water to permeate to the base.

 Driveway Paver Types

Most pavers used in driveway installation are much thicker than conventional pavers. The conventional paver is approximately 2 3/8” thick, while driveway pavers are approximately 3 to 3 1/2” inches thick. Thicker pavers allows for heavier loads and higher traffic. Driveway pavers come in many different sizes, shapes, textures and colors to give your home curb appeal and make you the talk of the town.

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