Project Description

This Pooler, GA, homeowner replaced her concrete driveway with pavers.  Pavers are also called “interlocking pavers” because of the way they interact with each other.  When installed correctly with joint sand and edge restraints, each paver interlocks with the pavers beside it so that the pavers move as a group when presented with stress or pressure.  The Romans built roads thousands of years ago using this type of paver, and these roads are still there today.  Another term for interlocking pavers is segmental pavers.

If you are interested in learning more about interlocking pavers for your driveway, check out our driveways page.

Manufacturer:  Lowcountry Pavers
Style: Two Piece Cobble
Color: Battery Grey