Permeable Landscaping Pavers and Their Use

With urban sprawl reaching farther and farther, impervious surfaces are becoming more and more of an issue. Sometimes it seems like we are paving the world. Permeable pavers use larger voids and deep stone bases to allow water to percolate more readily into the earth below. Trying to reduce surface run-off, townships are passing more ordinances to limit the amount of impervious surfaces. Homeowners limited on yard space look to find a surface that is more diverse in its use, while also helping to save the environment. Below, we’ll look into the types of pervious pavers and their use. Continue reading Permeable Landscaping Pavers and Their Use →