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FAQ

FAQ’s

Why use interlocking concrete pavers?

Why are they called “interlocking pavers?

What are the components of an interlocking concrete pavement?

How does the interlocking system work?

How do pavers compare with “Patterned” or “Stamped” concrete?

How long will my installation last?

How long will it take for my project to be installed?

After installation, will weeds grow from underneath my patio or driveway?

Will the colors fade from the pavers?

Can I add on to my project at a later time?

Should I seal my project?

What about stains on my installation or any areas that may become damaged?

Can I install pavers over an existing concrete walkway or patio?

How can I remove snow without damaging the installation?

What is the white film on my bricks and will it go away?

Is it okay to use fabric designed to prevent weed growth in plant beds instead of geotextile?

What is geotextile? What does it do? Is it necessary?

What is the base made of? What kind should be used?

What is permeable interlocking concrete pavement?

How is a PICP surface cleaned and how often?

Is there any benefit to using PICPs on low-infiltration soils such as some types of clays?

Does the surface conform to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements?

How well does the pavement perform in freeze and thaw conditions?

What intensity and duration of storms can be managed?

Should a dense-graded or open-graded aggregate base be used under PICPs?