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Your home is probably your most prized long term investment, so whether you are renovating or putting in your first driveway it is important to make an informed decision when it comes to what type of driveway you will install. If you are trying to choose between a poured concrete driveway and a paver driveway there are some important things you should know. You may not be as familiar with pavers as you are with traditional poured concrete. If that’s the case, you will probably be excited to learn about some of the great benefits of pavers.

One of the first considerations when installing a driveway is often cost. The cost difference between pavers and poured concrete is not significant but you will probably find pavers to be a little bit pricier. This small difference in upfront cost is quickly offset by the fact that you will likely spend much less over the years to maintain or repair a paver driveway Vs. a driveway made of poured concrete.

Depending on your wants, needs, and budget, there are several types of driveway installations to consider. Keep in mind also, that different types of driveway installations require different amounts of maintenance. The types of driveways your neighbors have will also affect your choice. Let’s look at the top three types available and the benefits they provide: Gravel, Concrete, and Asphalt.



If you are operating with a tight budget, a gravel driveway installation will be the solution you are looking for. Gravel is the most durable and least expensive driveway material to work with. Thankfully, you are not limited to a gravel gray color. You can get gravel in several colorful varieties and types such as crushed stone, granite, or marble.

For a sturdy driveway that usually lasts for over 40 years, install a concrete driveway. The concrete must cure for 7 days before parking on it and 30 days will have to pass before heavy equipment can roll onto it; but the wait will be worth it. Many home and business owners will install an asphalt driveway because they are fast to install, are less expensive than concrete driveways, and have a smooth, seamless appearance.

Maintenance and Durability

Pavers are typically more durable and easier to maintain then poured concrete. They stand up better to severe or extreme weather and weather changes. Pavers are very resistant to cracking and other damage. In the rare circumstance that your pavers need repair, it is an easy and inexpensive process. The affected paver can simply be removed and replaced while concrete driveways are much more difficult to fix. When there is damage done to poured concrete you either have to dig the whole thing up and start over, which is very expensive, or you have to patch up the cracks, leaving unsightly scars.

Benefits of Paver Driveways

In addition to the maintenance, cost and durability benefits of pavers there is also the fact of aesthetics. With pavers you can really beef up your curb appeal and express your personal style. Pavers come in many colors, shapes, sizes, styles, patterns, textures and colors. Whatever your taste, pavers have something for you. With all their benefits you can see why you should consider pavers when you want to add strength, beauty and class to your home.


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