How do you interlock a driveway?
Interlocking pavers can add aesthetic appeal to driveways, patios and walkways. Pavers are also known to be stronger than poured concrete and are easy to maintain and repair. Now before you start that driveway interlocking project, you need to know some info about it. Follow these steps to properly lay interlocking pavers :
- Lay Bedding Sand.
- Install Edge Restraint.
- Lay the Pavers.
- Vibrate the Pavers.
- Sand the Pavers.
Your interlocking driveway will look absolutely unique and will stand out. Brick pavers will give a different look, with less assortment and a shorter life expectancy. Interlock driveways last somewhere in the range of 30-50 years, while block may last 30 years maximum. Interlock is by no means cost-effective to install, and asphalt requires far less labor and materials, but it is the most inexpensive long term. Interlock lasts the longest and it requires less maintenance and will never need to be replaced.