Interlocking paving stones have been around for centuries and you can use them to upgrade and add value to your home. Traditionally they are used anywhere concrete can be used such as driveways, patios, courtyards, balconies, walkways and paths through your yard. Another good place is around the pool and in decking. They come in many colors and design options and crack far less than traditional concrete, as they are durable. They do tend to cost more than a cement choice and make shift over time and need some maintenance. The biggest drawback is there might be weeds to deal with.
- Interlocking pavers have been used for centuries and are a design feature that keeps the integrity of the path, or other stones.
- Some of the places that are good for interlocking pavers are, driveways, pathways, walkways, patios, decks and courtyards.
- Pavers come in a large selection of colors and crack less than concrete, they also increase a homes value.
“The pros definitely outweigh the cons when considering interlocking pavers, they are one of the best paving options out there and are guaranteed to add major curb appeal to your home.”