Made from concrete, is a durable material that can withstand both heavy loads, foot traffic and weather. Gaps in stone are usually filled with polymeric sand or even stone depending on the size of the gap.
Helps with a few different things such as
- Minimizes weeds
- Creates a seal that keeps the gravel foundation dry, prevents shifting.
-Water drains away more quickly than with non-porous asphalt or concrete.
-One of the biggest benefits of interlocking stone is impact.
Pathways, driveways, and sidewalks have traditionally used poured concrete because it is dense and durable.
Concrete will withstand
- Heavy loads and extreme weather.
- Concrete is easy to maintain and retain its just finished look for years.
- Even when the temperature rises and dips and the ground shifts.