What is Interlock Paving?
Interlock paving are often thought of as many stones that are fitted together to form a surface; in actuality, the pavers of the surface cannot move independently—they are interlocked, hence the name. The sand that is used for interlock paving is responsible for holding the pavers together. This system is optimized so that movement is accounted for—the flexibility than allows for greater longevity of the surface. An interlock paved surface is at least four times stronger than a concrete driveway, due to the lack of cracking that is a result of pressure or weather caused deterioration. This makes interlock paving a cost–effective, durable and aesthetically pleasing alternative to concrete and asphalt paving that will stand the test of the time.