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Interlock Driveway Extension

Pavement made out of stones is one of the oldest forms of paving. While modern-day concrete pavers have significantly changed from the stone that the Romans used for paving their roads hundreds of years ago, the concept remains the same, a gravel base with an interlocking stone that sits on top. Pavers are a great way to increase the curb appeal of your home. Whether you want to have a plain pattern made of one color and one type of stone or a complex design with multiple styles of pavers, we can do it all. Popular applications for interlock in Ontario include; driveways, patios, pool decks, and walkways. 

 

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Benefits of Installing Interlock Pavers

  • Increases property value and the curb appeal of your home

  • Durable surface that will last for decades

  • Can be constructed to be permeable and assist with stormwater management (permeable paving)

  • Creates an excellent environment for pets and kids to play on

  • Endless design and color possibilities 

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How are Interlock Pavers Installed in Ontario?

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1. Demolition existing surface and excavate 6”- 18” from grade (Soil conditions will determine require dept).  Haul materials for recycling.

 

2. Compact Native Soil . Add lime or portland cement if there are signs of cohesive soil.

 

3. Install Geo-Textile 

 

4. Install 3/4 Crushed Stone (Dense Grade) or Clear Stone (Open Grade) depending on the site's drainage need.  4”- 6” for Pedestrian areas or 8”- 12” for vehicular areas

 

5. Ensure a slope of 1% to 2%

 

6. Compact Base  Rock to 98% Standard Proctor Density 

 

7. Install 1” of high-Performance Bedding  (1/4 Clear Stone).

 

8. Align pavers using a string line. Lay pavers outward maintaining a consistent joint between each paver.

 

9. Install Polymeric Joint Sand if installed on dense grade. Install Romex for open grade installation.

10. Use a Plate compactor to compact the sand or Romex down into the paver joints. 

 

11. Apply a water mist onto pavers