By Lacyann Ruiz. block. Published at Thursday, January 24th, 2019 - 14:37:27 PM.
The golden rule to remember when it comes to maintaining paving is that prevention is better than cure. Concrete is porous and can absorb various substances. It is therefore best to try and avoid spilling oil, grease, cement powder, concrete, plaster, clay, paint or harsh chemicals like acid onto the paving. Do not use high pressure cleaning apparatus as this will damage the pavers and the grouting.
Another great application for concrete is in building driveways. Many people aren’t too happy with the idea of pavers, thinking that they are more expensive or less durable than a poured concrete driveway. In fact, quite the opposite is true because by using pavers and sand, not only is it easier to maintain your driveway, it is also more cost effective.
Now for a little about types of driveways to help homeowners and landlords decide on the best option for them. Driveways usually come in one of four types, these are Brick/Stone, Concrete, Asphalt (also called Tarmac) or Gravel, although they are most often constructed with block paving bricks or slabs.
This block building is highly resistant to extreme weather conditions. Thus, hurricanes, floods and high winds will have little impact on a building built using this kind of block. Yes, the interiors will be damaged, especially when it comes to flooding, but the structure of the building will remain intact and damage will be significantly reduced.
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