Concrete Pavers. Beautiful. Durable. Affordable.

Care and Maintenance


Immediately after installation of your driveway, park your car on it, sit back and enjoy.

That's it. No curing, no waiting, no sealing, no seasonal maintenance. installers use high-density Anchor concrete pavers that resist cracking and damage from freeze/thaw cycles during the winter months. They meet the ASTM C 936-82 standard specification for solid interlocking pavement units and are denser and more durable than poured or stamped concrete and asphalt. They keep their color. They don't require any sealing or other annual maintenance.

Pavers don't crack from freezing and thawing. Damage from ice is virtually non-existent. The sand-filled joints between the pavers allow the pavers to move with the ground without cracking in freeze and thaw cycles.

We all know that accidents do happen. A car leaks oil. Somebody spills paint. The snowplow driver rides up too far.

The good news about pavers is that they are easier and far less expensive to repair. A damaged or stained paver can be removed and replaced. Depending on the style of your paving stone, you may be able to simply turn it over! If you need to have underground utility work done, no worries! Your installer can easily remove a section of pavers, set it aside while the work is being done, and replace it afterwards. You won't see any patch marks. Try doing that with asphalt or concrete - you can't!

Snow and Ice - we get a lot of questions about whether you can shovel, use a snow blower or snow plow on a paver driveway. Yes, you can! There are no issues with this on a properly installed paver driveway. A properly installed paver driveway offers a smooth surface that won't snag shovels, snow blowers or snow plows.