Paver Strength

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The more the slump, the weaker the concrete. Pavers are said to have zero slump. Pavers are made from a very dry mix of gravel, sand, cement and color. Since there is very little water, the mixture is moved on conveyor belts and then funneled into the paver mold. A press is inserted into the mold… Read more »

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Pavers Interlock For A More High-End Look Without Costing A Fortune

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Why We Love ‘Em – Interlocking pavers are appropriate for any paving application, including patios, pool decks, driveways and walkways. – Because pavers are individual units or “bricks,” the natural joints between each paver will “give” with pressure, expansion and contraction –so it won’t crack like asphalt and concrete pavement. – Installed over a base… Read more »

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