If you live on the coast in Australia or New Zealand, StoneSet’s porous paving products provide the pathway to a more environmentally responsible living arrangement. Concrete does not do so well in coastal areas and it’s not good for the environment. Concrete cracks, crumbles, and shifts on our sandy shores.
There’s something special about the rain. The gentle hush as it falls, the way everything seems to shrink down, and even that relaxing smell of flowing water. But if you have traditional pavement, there is also a slew of negative side effects that come with even an afternoon of rain. There’s the runoff, which can lead to erosion. There’s the slick surfaces, which can linger for hours after the rain has finally stopped. And there are puddles… puddles which can lead to water damage, safety hazards, and which can linger long after the skies have cleared.
Water is always a concern. It’s either slowly carving out holes where they aren’t wanted or slithering away before it can be put to use. Your clients have been dealing with this for years, and they may be looking for solutions.
A commercial facility with a professionally designed outdoor area creates confidence in the company’s customers. Tastefully designed hardscaping features added to the establishment’s exterior can improve the business presence. Not only does it increase the aesthetic appeal, but it serves a practical purpose for using the property.
A porous or permeable pavement system combines a series of forms that contain fill material to create a durable surface that allows moisture to soak into the ground naturally. It is used in place of concrete or asphalt. Why?
How does a homeowner know when it’s time to update the landscaping around their home? As a professional landscaper, you have a responsibility for educating your clients on the best management practices, design concepts and practical solutions for the exterior area surrounding their homes.Here are a few points you can share with your customers that indicate their landscaping is failing:
Porous paving has been growing in popularity for years now. A pavement with natural drainage holes in it, porous paving reduces (and in many cases eliminates) runoff, allows the water table to remain balanced, and it eliminates the need for additional drainage systems like gutters and overflow channels. However, there is another benefit that comes with investing in porous paving.