More stories about Pavers

  • Vast Enterprises Composite Pavers

    Vast Composite Pavers are now available in a 4-inch-by-8-inch size, better suiting them for commercial hardscapes.

  • Pine Hall Brick StormPave Pavers Help Manage Stormwater

    Water passes through the large spaces between the pavers to help manage stormwater

  • Vast Permeable Composite Pavers From Vast Enterprises

    Vast Permeable Composite Pavers have an infiltration rate of 400 inches per hour when installed with an open-graded base, reducing stormwater runoff. The composite pavers are made with 95% scrap car tires and plastic containers, without sacrificing the strength, durability, or appearance to replace...

  • New + Notable Green Building Products

    New products for eco-friendly homes, including zero-VOC paint, solar roof tiles, and permeable composite pavers.

  • Pavers Are Rubber and Plastic

    VAST Enterprises LLC has introduced its VAST Permeable Composite Pavers, which consist of 95 percent post-consumer scrap automobile tires and gallon-size plastic containers.

  • Permapave Permeable Paver From Permapave Industries LLC

    Permapave Industries LLC’s Permapave Permeable Pavers are natural-stone pavers that eliminate 100 percent of gross pollutants from waterways.

  • Permeable Pavers From Boral Bricks

    The company’s new permeable pavers allow water to drain through the surface, reducing runoff. The 4-inch-by-8-inch pavers are notched every 3 inches around their perimeter to create six rectangular voids that mate together to form a 1-inch-by-7/8-inch opening and a 12% void area per square foot...

  • Permeable Brick Pavers by Pine Hall Brick

    The manufacturer’s permeable brick pavers enable storm water to filter into the soil instead of draining into streams and rivers, and satisfy state and local storm-water management requirements, the maker says. The company says its pavers are easier to install than some because there are only...

  • Permeable Pavers by Belgard

    The company’s permeable pavers are made of concrete and separated by joints filled with small stones. Water enters the joints between the pavers and filters through crushed stone layers; the water, minus the filtered-out pollutants, is absorbed into the soil. The pavers can be used for patios...

  • Smart Steps to Water-Conserving Landscaping

    Smart steps to water-conserving landscapes.