Your choice of driveway materials includes: interlocking stone pavers, brick, asphalt, gravel and concrete.
Each has its advantages, but only interlocking pavers combine beauty, longevity and easy repairs and maintenance.
Urella’s Landscaping & Irrigation, LLC is your certified paver contractor in NH.
WHICH IS THE ATTRACTIVE DRIVEWAY CHOICE?
Concrete driveways are dull and industrial. Grass around gravel driveways always sprouts crabgrass. The rocks interrupt the soil’s surface where weeds then take hold.
Asphalt driveways promote water runoff and flooding. The solid black tar is very hot in the summer. Concrete, asphalt and brick driveways all will crack in freezing and hot temperatures.
Interlocking concrete paver driveways will not crack.
Permeable interlocking concrete pavers allow water to percolate to the water table, reducing or eliminating flooding. They are both beautiful and strong.
WHAT ABOUT DRIVEWAY MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR?
Concrete and asphalt driveways will stain and crack. Concrete is expensive to replace. The jackhammer makes a lot of noise. The new concrete will not match the original installation.
Asphalt driveway repair requires a crew, hot tar and time. It’s not cheap and it leaves a patch where the problem was.
Brick driveways are soft and tend to deteriorate quickly. New bricks will not have the same weather patterns as the original ones.
Gravel driveways deteriorate into your yard where the stones allow weeds to grow. New gravel must be trucked in, poured and raked.
Interlocking concrete paver driveways require no maintenance. It’s difficult to damage a concrete paver but if one does become damaged, it’s easy to pull it out and replace it with an exact copy. Pavers don’t weather like the other materials so the new paver will be unnoticeable.
HOW I GET A DRIVEWAY ESTIMATE?
When you contact Urella’s, Craig Urella will personally assess and estimate your new interlocking concrete paver driveway. There is no obligation. The estimate is free. Urella’s does not sub-contract out the work. The people you hire are the people who do the work.
To learn more, contact Craig Urella here or call (603) 497-9549.