Pavers are resistant to cracks, which are common with stamped concrete.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) July 09, 2014
Stone and brick masonry have been popular worldwide for centuries for their aesthetic appeal and high level of durability. Houston Pavers—renowned in the Houston metro area for its high-quality materials and highly experienced staff—is making it more affordable for homeowners to transform their homes. In order to achieve this effect, the company uses pieces of concrete called pavers, which can be customized and creates a unique style for any paveable surface. Houston Pavers has just announced that it is now offering more affordable paving solutions for homeowners using patio pavers.
Pavers are generally less costly to maintain than other hardscape materials. That's because they tend to last for a very long time; there's no need for costly patching or re-surfacing. Also, pavers are manufactured as standardized units that can be easily applied and arranged. So, if the need arises, customers can call on Houston Pavers to replace them.
Pavers are resistant to cracks, which are common with stamped concrete. That's because Houston Pavers make them small and of a high density. So, there will be no unsightly cracks that develop from a paving project.
With an absorption rate of less than 5 percent, pavers are less absorbent than other materials, such as asphalt and poured concrete. This quality makes pavers more resistant to oil and salt, which are two agents that are most commonly associated with aging or altering the appearance of paving surfaces.
Due to the manner in which they are manufactured, pavers are sturdy. Inch for inch, they can handle the daily weight stresses of cars and trucks much better than conventional surface materials.
Houston Pavers commonly uses pavers for exterior flooring. However, the company is available for numerous other applications. They include patios, walkways, pool decks, driveways, kitchens, walls, and fireplaces. Each paver is covered with polymeric sand, and its foundation combines bedding sand, four to six inches of stabilized sand or crushed granite, and a concrete edge restraint with rebar.
About Houston Pavers:
Houston Pavers enhance homes in the metropolitan area with pieces of concrete called pavers to apply virtually anywhere in the premises. A member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Houston Pavers is a Belgard authorized installer, certified wall systems retainer, and Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) certified. Houston Paver's headquarters is 1557 W Sam Houston Parkway N, Suite 140, Houston, Texas 77043. For inquiries or orders, customers can dial 713-984-0967.