It’s no secret that pavers can elevate the look of your driveway, walkways, patios and pool decking. While they’re an extremely durable choice that makes a high visual impact on your property, there may be times when a bit of routine maintenance or light repair of your paver patio, driveway, or pool decking is warranted. In such cases, a professional paving and landscaping contractor can restore your paved surfaces quickly and easily.
Water pooling, erosion, wash-boarding and bulging are most often caused by the subterranean growth of tree roots, exposure to extreme weather conditions or damage from high-pressure water application. Fortunately, repairing pavers is a far simpler task than completing the same manner of repairs on a poured concrete or asphalt surface. Rather than being forced to excavate the entire site, individual pavers can be removed and replaced to provide the same uniform, beautiful appearance you’re used to from your paved surfaces. When the affected pavers are removed and the problem is repaired, the same undamaged pavers can often be replaced. That means that you won’t be forced to purchase replacements or run the risk of slight color inconsistency from new pavers.
Should an oil leak or other event makes it impossible to salvage damaged pavers, an experienced professional can work with you to find replacements that are the closest possible match to the rest of your driveway or patio. Proper color matching and safe, correct installation will require you to work with a professional paver contractor who is experienced in these areas. Contact a paving and landscaping specialist in your area to set up an evaluation and estimate for repairs, and you’ll find that your paved surfaces are restored to all their former glory with minimal intrusion or fuss.
Posted on behalf of Troy Ogrin, Maxwell Hardscapes