Paver Driveway Myths
Paver driveways are very expensive
False–Historically, this may have been the case, but Pavire’s experience, process and direct relationships with our manufacturers enable us to offer a high quality driveway for just a small premium over a poured concrete driveway.
Snow removal is difficult with paver driveways
False–A correctly installed paver driveway, by it’s nature, has almost no height differentiation from one paver to the other. This results in a surface that’s as easily shovel-able as it’s concrete or asphalt counterparts. Additionally, a paver driveway can more than handle a snowblower or snowplow.
Paver driveways require regular weeding
False–Pavire’s unique system and jointing materials create an inhospitable environment for weed growth. All that’s needed to prevent potential weed growth from the surface is periodic sweeping to remove accumulation of soil/seeds.
Paver driveway surfaces become uneven over time
False–Pavire’s proprietary system creates extremely stable substrate–helping minimize this possibility. However, unlike other driveway surfaces, if any settling does occur–for whatever reason–it’s easy and inexpensive to fix. We simply pull up the affected area, add more bedding material and reset the pavers. Leaving no evidence of the repair.
It’s difficult to repair or replace part of a paver driveway in the event part of it gets damaged
False–Unlike other driveway surfaces, if any damage or settling does occur, for whatever reason, it’s an easy and inexpensive fix. We simply pull up the affected area, add bedding material and reset the pavers. Leaving no evidence of the repair.
Paver driveways are rough/uneven, so my kids won’t be able to play basketball, rollerblade, skateboard etc. on it
False–Our proprietary installation ensures that there’s virtually no height difference from one paver to the next. A paver driveway is just as well suited to these leisure activities as its asphalt or concrete counterparts. Though don’t expect it to improve your free throws from the line.