What Are Interlocking Paving Stones?
Interlocking paving stones are a luxurious option for homeowners looking to increase the value of their home or simply enhance their landscaping aesthetic.
Commonly made from cement or concrete, interlocking paving stones are reminiscent of of cobblestone walkways often found in older cities around the world, from New York City to Boston, to Rome and Paris. Interlocking paving stones give homeowners in Southern California the opportunity to enhance their landscape with this timeless look.
Whether you live in Beverly Hills, Malibu, or San Diego, interlocking concrete pavers will give your home the upscale touch you’ve been looking for.
Interlocking concrete pavers use special interlocking features that allows pavers to be installed without the use of mortar. These are most often used in patio pavers or driveway pavers, providing the landscaping around your home with a gorgeous upscale touch that will increase property value once it’s time to sell.
While interlocking concrete pavers are generally installed with relative ease, it is recommended that homeowners use ICPI certified installers and pavers contractors for their project. Visit www.icpi.org for a list of certified installers in your area. These men and women have been specially trained in interlocking concrete pavers installation and have extensive knowledge of all guidelines.
During installation, your ICPI certified installer uses a combination of joint sand, Polynermic sand, and other materials the allow the pavers to bind. Pavers must meet a minimum average compressive strength of 8,000 psi (pounds per square inch), per industry standards and specifications.
The end result is one unified, timeless addition to your patio, driveway, and general landscaping.
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