How To Prolong The Lifespan of Interlocking Pavers

Renovating your house’s pavement and other outdoor areas with interlocking pavers may have a significant influence on the overall appearance of your property. In this blog, we will discuss some of the benefits of interlocking kõnniteekivide paigaldus. Without further ado, let’s start:

Interlocking pavers are naturally long-lasting

It is possible that they will last for several decades if properly cared for. Paving stones also have the option to be treated using a protective sealant, which serves to protect against the darkening and flaking of the stones over time. Several interlocking pavers have been there for more than 40 years and have not required any maintenance. 

How to make your interlocked pavers last longer

A top grade polymer paving gravel may also be used to interlocking pavers to improve their performance. This sets in between the small crevices and spaces between all of the slabs, providing protection against damage, growth of grass and weed, as well as preventing erosion from taking place. This is particularly suitable for climates with dramatic temperature swings throughout the year, as well as for locations that get a lot of rain and snow.

This sand should be reapplied once every two years to ensure that your pavers remain in excellent shape. All that is required is that you fill every one of the stones with sand and afterwards brush away any surplus sand. A leaf blower is not advised; instead, a hand broom should be used to ensure that just the upper surface of the sand is removed from the ground.

It is also possible to treat interlocking stone pavers using an epoxy-based sealer, which will assist in preserving the color of the stone. For places that will be subjected to lengthy periods of direct sunshine, which might degrade or stain the stone surface, this is an excellent choice.