Materials used for driveways include interlocking pavers, brick, stone, paving block, gravel, and decomposed granite, accented by grass or other ground-cover and native plants.
Available in a range of patterns and textures for your driveway, walkways, patios and more, this sandy color coordinates with nearly any architectural aesthetic and allows the driveway to perfectly match the overall palette without custom manufacturing.
Artistic variations give this driveway the same values of light and dark that real stone provides at a fraction of the cost. Add this to the quality of long-term permeability, and this surface solution proves to be a natural match for this home architecture.
Interlocking pavers come in a wide selection of colors, shapes and textures, and can be laid in a variety of eye-catching patterns.
A properly installed and well-maintained concrete paver driveway can be expected to last beautifully for 25 to 50 years.