Interlocking concrete pavements are a flexible pavement system. Flexible means that weight is distributed through the Class 2 Base layer below the surface of the brick -- in essence the base is the support layer not the brick, allowing the surface to move with the weight, thus, causing more flexibility within the product. This offers many benefits, including easier repair processes, longer pavement life, and reduced maintenance costs; which all lead to extending the replacement cycle of the paver product. In the long run, it also conserves the use of raw materials; making for a more sustainable product for our environment.
Interlocking concrete pavers have a minimum average strength of 8,000 psi. Interlocking concrete pavers make for a very durable system.
The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) offers education materials on Interlocking Concrete Pavement systems. Our team is ICPI Certified; we have installed over 100,000 square feet of pavers over the last five years. Contact us today to inquire about more education materials we have available.