At Greenville Pavers, we want to help you make the best choice for your home’s outdoor spaces, including necessities like your driveway. If your driveway is in need of an update, you may want to consider driveway pavers as an alternative to poured concrete.

Driveway pavers are available in a wide variety of colors, shapes, and textures, allowing you to customize your driveway to complement your home and landscaping. Most driveway pavers also have an interlocking design, which speeds installation and adds strength to your driveway. Some makers of driveway pavers can even create a stronger surface than poured concrete!

A poured concrete driveway requires a curing period under specific conditions for the material to harden to its full strength and durability, a process that can take as much as a month. Driveway pavers, on the other hand, require no curing, and you will be able to use your driveway immediately after installation.

In addition, while both poured concrete and driveway pavers are low-maintenance, pavers make it easier to deal with issues affecting your driveway from the ground below. A traditional driveway might buckle from an intruding tree root or from settling damage, but in a paved driveway, the pavers can be removed and then replaced when the underlying issue is resolved.

If you are considering paving your driveway, call us at Greenville Pavers to discuss your options.